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Heppeniigs of Local and Persona
- .In spite of the short cOp fe"tmers
have bad difficulty in having pick. d
what cotton they have made.
V -Mrs. A, L Johnson, of Liberty,
S. C, is a guest of Mrs. T. A. Capp
and fauly.-Toccoa, Ga., Record
,%79aes Viola and Madone Moore
:. ' rtv, aret-v isit.ing their sister,
N. Gantt, in Pickens.
Norris Grammar School
opened November 12, with Prof. W.
T. Earle, of Centrul, as principal.
-C. B. Hagood and family, of
Eanley, moved to their new home in
Pickens, Monday. Mr. Hagood will
;ave charge of the Pickens mill.
--William Rosamond, colored, re
!ently killed a pig that weighed 425
ounds. Will is a good pork raise,,
s well as a good blacksmith.
-The crops in this county are poor
tis year, but they are far ahead of
00 in Sumter and Lee counties
om what we can learn.
-Subscribers are slower in settlin g
eir accounts this year than we like
see them. Don't always leave the
wspaper man to the last
-Mrs. J. B. Bruce, who has been
n(ing some days in Pickens with
r son, W. A. Bruce, returned to her
me in Greenville, last Saturday.
- Mr. Tom Hughes a former valued
zen of this county, but now
resident of Greenville, was a
itor in Pickens last w<ek.
-The store of Craig Bros is now
ly for the carpenters. They ex
t to occupy their new place of
ine-s by the 15th of next month.
-Mrs. R. A. Hester, who has been
.e sick for some time, has so far
vered as to be able to be up and
again. She spent Sunday with
son, M. H. Hester, of Pickens*
-Did you ever compare the adver
aent in the Sentinel Journal with
e in other papers? We believe
compare favorably with those in
of the dailies.
The railroads will sell round trip
ta to the Hampton unveiling
* uder 20th for one fare plus 25
i-tickets on sale 19th and 20th
Mrs. J. P. Carey has gone to
* herry, Ga., on a visit to rela
and to attend the marriage of
brother. Her little daughter,
ic,went with her.
Rev. P. P. Crawford preached -a
forceful sermon in the Pickens
ast church last Sunday night.
~so stated that he would remain
ustor of this charge for another
Try litle cottonl has been c.>ming
antly an account of the low price
seems to be no really good rca
~r the slump) in price and we
~he farmers will keep their nerve
ild their cotton.
:ead every page of this issue;
sting reading muatter, including]
.dvertisemecntr, ,vill be found
* ed throughout the~ eight pages,
- hey should all have your care
rs1'. James Spearman has been
fed by a court of inqjuiry a fit
for treatment att the State
l tor the Insano, and she waIs;
Ito Columbia yesterday by
yatt Jennings, son of sheriff
Jenniungs, is making great
* s in thue Southern Shorthand
Isiness College, if Atlanita, G-.
* rds high in' his classes; is a
r. one boy, anid will make a
o are in receipt a[ a booklet
utivo of Sainford, Fla., fromi Mr
~k Arial, who is a formor Pick.
* , but who is DOW residi g there
a thriving townu of some 00
nid it a hustling lace(~, for the
seekinig al new location.
ust Fridany while Mr. H-. U.
was having a corn shedder
k at his barn, near. Liberty,
t outiln his roughness, from
gine, and the barn and all of
nfts~ were dlestro'yed. Thiose
,ere present, and( those wvho
4 : ~d ini, manalged te save the
For all such wvork gasoline
* ~ ae fo uerior to steam.
This is the month v
start. You ever hear
hangs on all winser? ]
thing to think of a No%
along until March. It is
Grippe Tablets will br
very few doses and lea
ever.' We recommend
customers for we have r
any other cold remedy w
IS YOUR Ni
A Few of Dr. [
Greenville:- J #,: Fitzgeraid, W V
Lorgess. J P Goodlwin, A A Gates, V
V Keys, J Ii Allen, V S Pack, Mlrs
S E Rush, Mrs w 'I' Barr, Mrs George
Putman, G K Wihis. J J Cawart.
Greers?-Mrs Frank Iurgews, F L Gos
sett. J E Brook man, Mrs N cannon, Mrs
E Wnam, Mrs L R Smith, Mrs J S Bur
nett, Mrs John Brockman, Miss Bula
Pelzer:-Mrs M c Stone, W R Dendy.
J P Trowbridge, W A Sherard. Mrs C T
Moss, Mrs V E Thonpson W W Griffin.
W I Hudgene, J B Bonner.
Simpsonville:--B M Moore Mrs B M
Moore, S '' Moore, Miss Carrie Gresham,
Miss Luia Richardson, Miss waud Rich
ardson Miss Anna Maore, T'1 T odd. nrs
T T Todi, W T Burdett, J M Ashmore
trs D A Fowler, Mrs Thad Stewart. Mrs
B W Burdett.
Pickens:-A J Bogs, F M Hester. H
W Farr Mrs H W Farr Mrrs H B Hen
rix, F E cox, B F McDaniel J P Atta
iny J M Stewart, B Fi Parson.
Dr. F. H. Aewton, G
ight Specialist will 'r
F-iday Ivov. 23d, .ON
~ingj at the Hiawatha i
This s to A CardI
Thsi ocertify that all druggista ie
thorized to refund your money if Fo
y's Honey and Tar fails to cure your
moghi or cold. It stops the cough,
baIs the lungs and prevents serious 1e
tlts from a cold. Cures Ia grippe cough
d prevents pnumooni ad consuimp
on. Contains no opiates. The Genii
n is in a yel'ow package. Refnse sub
itutes. Pa. sins Pharmacy, Liborty,
ud T'ickeini Drug Co.
This is the season of de cay and wveak;
ed vitality. Natunro is being shorn or
a beauty anid biloom. If you would re
in ours, fortit'y your systemi with
lolitr's RLoeky M ountain TVea. 35
miat, TIea or TJ.able ts. Pickens drug
for chuldren- cafe. cure. Alo opiates
Foley's Honey and Tar enrea the
ost obstenato uougThs and expels the
old from the system as it is mildly
axative. It is gnaranlteed(. Do not risk
iking .any bnt the genulino in the yel
w packago. Parkcins Pharmacy, Liber
y, and Piokens D)rug Co.
Then tell him. about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how ft cured your hard cough.
Tell him why you always keep
it in the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about it. Doc
tors use a great deal of it for
throat nd lung troubles.
The at kind of a testimonial
" Sol for over sixty years."
* byJ. 0u nye uo. Lel Ma m
We ve no neoretn! We puhullh
the f mulas or all our mediolnos.
One of A er's Pills at bedtime wIll
haen r cavar". nnntiv lawnation.~
then most of the colds
people say their cold
t would be a terrible
'ember cold extending
useless, for our La
eak up a cold with a
ie no bad effects what
it continually to our
tore faith in it than in
hich is at onr disposal.
. a box.
2. H.. Newton's
Travelers Rest:-3rs 1- J W\Tilliams, G
W Nicol, Ers U W Nicol, S J tlaoud,
Mars S J Stronl. J E Watson. J M Whit
m11irt, Airs G W Pool.
Taylor S. C,:-Mrs cnrrie R Howell
Mrs E P Hammett, E J Roberts, Mis W
M Shokley, Mrs L A crowder.
Easley S. c.:-Mrs M E Boggs. Mrs M a
Willimsn, Miss Ellr Kay, Mrs J M Jane
son, A R Hamilton, Mis A R Hamilton
Miss Jessie Hamilton, Mrs A J Reev. 8, W
W Latoem, Robt Stewart Miss Eunice
Fountain Inn:-A S Ppden. G P Wood
B E Thompson, J L Lcruggs, Mrs D W
Pollard, Miss Carie Sprouce, Mrs R J
Hopkins Miss Kate culbertson.
Willianiston, S. c.:-A c McGee, R
Ferguson, J F Mcalister, A G Wood. Mrs
W D Hutto, Mis3 Noriue Prince, Mrs M P
Wilis. Mrs L C cooley.
Piedmont, S C:-W M Grier A C cul
b)ertson, Mrs C A Rhodes, Mrs L C Hen
son, J B Richey.
reenville's Expert Eye
risit Pickens, S. C., on
E DAY ONLY, stop
Glasses as low as $1.
Notico of Final Settlement and Discharge,
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In the Court of Probate.
James R. Vandiver, Exeutor
T1ho estate of D. K. No)rris, deceased.
Petition for Final Settlement and( Dis
On hearing the petition for a Final
Settlement and D)ischargo in the above
ease, it is ordered, thatd the 24th day of
Novembor, 1906, be fixed as a day for the
final settlement of the estate of D. K.
It. if further ordered that a notice of
said Final'settlemuent51( andapplication for
discharge by Jlan'es R. Vandiver as exeo
uitor of said estate be' puIbblShed in the
Picke..s SenItinOl-Journa)l onIce a week
for one mnonsth, anid that a notice of said
1final settlteoi t and( appl icat.ion for dis
charge be served upon the parties men
tioned in the petition as interested ini
J. B. NEWBERIY, J. P. P. C.
Pickens, S. C., October '20th 1906.
Josep)h N. Brown, Att'y for Petitioner.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All p)ersonIs holdiing claims against the
estate of the lato TV. W. HI ill n,ust pros
ent the same duily, proven1 on or before
t he 1st day of January 1907, 01r be barred
payment and( all persomns iindebted to said
estate must make p)aylment on or before
the above (late,3 to thes underl(signied.
R. M. HILL,
Oct. 27th 4t Administruators,
Fasrm Fror Sate.
A 110 acre farm for sale, joining lands
of Rev. W. C. Seaborn A. B. Riggins and
Philip Robinar,n 75 acres in cuiltivationi.
28 acres in high statte of cultivat.ion, 25
acr*es well timbereWd, two sp)lend(id1 dwell
ing honses and necessary outbuilings.
two good wire pasteres, contains somie
bottomt land and is wvell w atered, four
mies froam Norris Cott.on M Ill, six milb M
from Libe rty and1( live miles P'ickens (.
HT. in Praters section, a good outlet,
Price $30.00 por' acre. Add Iress Jutlim s
M%. floldinig, R. F'. 1). No. 2. Pimckens S.
C. 26 Nov.
Sor Nipples and Chapped Hands
Acquickiy curecd by aply))3inlg Chatumberlait
Sato. Tfry it;* it is n sulcccs. P'riCC 24 Celts.
LARGEST and most com
plete line of General Mer- I
chandise ever shown in Pickens.
For the past month we have
been receiving almost daily car
load shipments of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Hard
ware, Groceries, Furiiture,
Buggies and Wagons 'till we
are now prepared to show you
the largest, best selected and
arranged stock of General
Merchandise in the up-country.
Lvery floor in each department
is packed almost to the ceiling
with goods bought at the right
prices. Goods bought right
sell themselves and we buy
nothing but the best goods atI
Our Dry Goods department
is complete in every detail.
Everything in Domestics, Out
ings from 6c to 12 2 c. Flan
nels, Jeans, Kerseys, Percals,
Ginghams, Plaids and Drills.
Largest lot of Blankets ever
shown in Pickens, at 50c to
$7.oo per pair.
Dress Goods! Dress Goods!!
Worsteds, Cassemiers, Pan
amas, Serges, Broad Cloths,
Henriettas, Brilliantines. Em
broidered Mohairs, Dress
Flannels, all colors with silks
and trimmings to match. The
leading colors for this season
are Black and White and Gray
Plaids. We have a full line of
Cloaks, Jackets and Skirts.
A full and complete line in
all the latest styles and colors
for Children, Misses and
Ladies. Jackets and Cloaks
from $1-50 to $12.50. Skirts
from $1.25 to $6.oo.
We also carry the Kenyon
. Rain Coat for ladies and men.
. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Ge
Walkover Shoes, Stetson Hats, Ken:
J. 1. Harris is still in business at the same old st
self. Come around and get some bargain:s ing
chandise, but dlon't all come at once. I will s<
24 pound sack of good flour for 50 cents.
other things according, minus Meat and D)rit
which is as high as H laman was hung. Irish
seed, Bliss, Early Rose, Burbanks and Beat
Hebron, by the peck at any old pri
J. F. HARRIS, av
A RARE BARGA
204 acre well impjroved farm for sale. Ini f
Pickens. Six acres river bottom; eight in brancia
acres upland in high state of cultivatIon: 25 acre
About ioo of fmne original forest well timbered.
and plenty of it. Good 1 0-room, 2-story dw~elli
ings and two tenant houses. T[he J. L. Stephe
wvell worth 1 ,0,oo-our price, 6,500. Titles g
one-half cash and the balance in one year.
The Pickens Land Age
Lock, Rox. No. 2. PIC0K1
Jlothing! Clothing! Clothing! f
On this line we have no tl
:ompetition. There are three 5
essential things to make a suit
f clothes what it should be and ti
these are fit, style and quality. o
Buying clothes as we do in large \
:luantities from five of the r
largest clothing concerns in the
:ountry, enables us to give you d
all of these qualifications at a I
very reasonable price. Suits c
for children 3 to i 7 years from I
75c to $6.00; suits for youths \
13 to 20 years from $2.50 to e
$12.50; suits for men, stouts, i
slims and regulars, $3.50 to t
$25.o; overcoats for boys 6
to 20 years from $3.00 to
$i o.oo; overcoats for men
$4.00 to $25.co. Extra pants
for boys and men, all sizes and <
a!l prices. Among the different
lines o clothing we handle is
the celebrated J ane Hopkins 1
make for boys and the Horse 1
Shoe brand for men.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
The increase of our shoe
trade has been phenomenal.
The reason of it is we sell good
shoes. We can hardly supply
the demand. Shoes have ad
vanced from i o to 40 per cent,
but we are holding to old
prices as much as possible.
The old renowned Battle Axei
still leads them all. The best
shoe made for the money.
Baa,le Axe Shoes are worn by
e-verybody. They come in all
sizes, all styles and all prices.
We are sole agents for the
Walkover Shoes for men,
$3-50, $40oo and $5-oo.
The Stetson Shoe for men:
$5.oo and $6.oo, and the
Zeigler Shoe for ladies, $3-00
Big stock of Flats and Caps
~nt's Furnishing Goods a Special
~an Rain Coats, Iron King Stove
and by him
me e- R EADY I
11l your a
And all OUR Storc
d F-ruit price rSIig:
p)otato have charge of
ce. )IS anxious to s
ive miles of
bottom, 75 od
ns p)lace. Is
NS. S. C. I( i,r.detise
or men and boys. If you
rould wear tie best hat buy
ie Bomar Hat at $3.00, or the
tetson Hat at $5.00 or $6.oo.
Hardware of every descrip
on. Just received a solid car
f Stoves and a car of Barbed
Vire and Nails, with prices*
Big stock of Harness, Sad
les, Bridles, Robes and Horse
Ulankets. Large Assortment
f Trunks. Art Squares and
.ugs, Furniture, Buggies
Vagons and Surreys. The
ntire second floor of our build
n1g, 70 x 120 is devoted en
irely to Buggies and Furniture.
Ne buy both in solid car lots
mnd can give you rock bottom
>rices. We carry the largest
;tock of Furniture in Pickens
:ounty. A look will convince
'oi! we speak the truth.
Everything needed for the
mouse. Oak Suits from $15.00
o $65.o0, Oak Beds from $2.00
:0 $19.00; Dressers $5.0o to
pi 5.oo. Hall Rockers, Centre
Fables, Dining Tables, Kitchen
l'ables, Sideboards, Safes and
Bed Lounges. We can save
you at least 10 per cent on
mnything you may need in
Furniture, Stoves or the House
Just received a solid car of
Chase City Buggies and a car
of Mitchell Wagons. If you
are looking for the wagon that
carries the load, runs the
lightest and runs the longest,
buy the Mitchell, you won't
have to carry it to the shop
every time the moon changes.
Bring your cotton to Pickens
For this is the best market in
he county, and while here call
n us for anything you need.
We appreciate your busi
iess and will treat yon right'
ty. Sole Agents for Stetson and
s, New Home Sewing Machines,
:OR FALL BUSINESS.
s full of Fall and Winter Goods with
ht to everybody. Mrs. Freeman will
our D)ress Goods D)epartment, and she
elI every lady in the county.
le nothing but the best Ilour at close
the chickens and eggs while prices are
ONE-PRIcE CASH STORE.
ing-the tasty kind--.we (10
ig in this paper bringsesults.