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We want kvery one in this lo
id magnificent line of Christn
for them. It will be only a
I buying Christmas Presents I
hy we are telling you now of
r you. It's no easy thing to I
good thing to know in advan
verything can be had.
Oolls, Jewelry, Watches,
Toilet Sets, Fancy Coo
fumes, and many, r
. things too nunel
It will be only a few days bef
-ill be displayed---will be all of
will be so large and so attraci
uyers right up to Christmas t
arly you get first choice. If y
oiget what is left.
pp3 nings of Local and Persona
-Miss Josie Earle spent a portion
last week with relatives in Wiliam
-Miss Nannie Hinekle, of Hazel,
visiting her sister Mrs. W. H.
-The Cedar Rock school opened
mnday morning with Miss Carrie
iy as teacher.
-Sunday hours was observed a'.
.. post office and telephone exchange
Thankegivin 2 day.
-Mr. and Mrs. William Harper of
atral R F. D. 2. are going soon to
derson to spend the winter.
--Wolf Creek School, District num.
- 29 wil open Monday, December
t, with Miss Josie Earle as teacher.
-Miss Julia Griffli, of Greenville
nt a portion cf this week with her
er, Mrs. H. Ml. Hester, in Pickens.
-Miss Essie Farmer returned
e last week after a visit to friends
*relatives in Gireenville and Ander
-The young folks of the town had
try enjoyable dance at the resi.
se of Ernest Folger last Wednes.
-All persons wishing to transact
ness with this office, and not find
the editor in, will please state
e business to Mr. R. E. Goodwin,
manager of The Sentinel Journal
and be will take pleasure in at
*ding to your wants.
V Mr. F. V. O'Dell of the Easley
e, was in Pickens Tuesday to pay
* es and attend to other business.
nile in town he made an apprecia.
.e call at this office and stated that
*was forling better than If lie had
en elected CJounty Auditor.
FanRcy WVork liazaahr.
A Fanucy work Bam'zaar, for the bon.
*t of the school, will be held in
-aig's new store room oin the iigt. t
December the foiut.Uoth. Trler
il be11 fancy work for- the iadies, a~
h pond for the( chilrencl, ami refesh
- ants for evreybody.
The proceeds will be Iued to) p13y
r iun ch1 nee<laed furnishin gs ini theA
* hool. Ever.ybodly is urge(d to cm
1(d help at worthIy cu
folIliny htae, Over .Souathern Ilanlway
The Sout herna Rail way will sol
*Xcursion tickets tetween all points
Hast of the Mississiyi and South of
10 OlhiC) andm Potomacfl Rivers to and
4 omf St. Louis anad interme.diate
oints. Rate onei faie andI( one thirdi
ius twenty five cents for round trip.
'ickats sold DecemberOi 20th to 25th.
a.clusive, December 30,h- 3 tst. 1906
nd Janugary 1st. 19(t7, with limit
ood to leave destination returning
ot later than midnight Januiary 7t1 .
*For full information, apply to any
"icket Agent of the Southern Rail
ny,-or write R. WV. Hunt, Div.si>u
assenager Agent, Charleston1, S. 0.
(G. B3. Allen. Aest. General Pass.
oger Agent. Atlanta, Ga.
cality to know or this immens(
ias Goods that we have order
few weeks when every on- wil
)y the wagon load and that is
the big line we will have read3
)uy Christmas Presents and it's
ce of a place where practically
, books, Bibles, Afbums,
ds, Fancy China, Per
nany other beautiful
-ous to mention.
ore our big HOLIDAY Stock
,er the store, then look out, for
ive that the store will be full of
ime. Retnen,ber, if you come
u wait: until the last minute,
ince at th 1 awaitla.
A. very enj)yable daneo wis given:
Lt the "Hfiiawatha Hotel" on Friday
night in honor of the Misses
Smith and 11111 of Washngton, Ga.
The dancing hall was very artistically
arranged to suit the occasion and the
hospitality of 1re. 'T'. D. Harris is
unexcelled in trying to make the
young people enjoy ilremselves to the
greatest extent. About the mid-night
hour the jolly crowd dipersed every
one declaring to have had one of the
best times of their lire. Those who
attended were: Misses Rosa Hill of
Washington, Ga., Annie Shanklin and
Eloise Jones of Easley, Miss Eliza
both Wych, of Ga. and Lucia Folger,
Marie Folger; Bessie Ashmore, Ola
Richey of Pickens. Messrs. B.. E.
Bruce, Ernest Folger, Wayne Mauldi
Bruce Boggs, Christie Robinson
James P. Carey. Chaperoncs: Mr,
and Mrs. J. MoD. Bruce, Mr. an;
Mrs Bruce Hagood, and Mr. and Mrs
J. 'r. Richey, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H.
Alexander, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Jameh
Hagood. Mrs. Morrison.
Corrected weekly by Heath Bruce Morrow
fheae quotations are given every Fri
day at noon and the price of cotton is
for that day only. Two hours after the
price is given the market may be up or
down ten points,
Spot Cotton.-- . ----.. --. -............ ..0
Seed.--------....---............. ..... .6
Meal........ ......... ........... .. ...
Hulls---.. ---.---. ...... ............ 3
Hoe............. .............. ...25to3
Chickens --...... ........ ..........8 to 21
Butter.. ......... ........ ......... .....
hggs......... ............. ... ......... .
Pens.----------.----....--..........80c to $1.0(
Irish Potatoes.---... -. ..............1.0(
Sweet Potatoes.-................ ....50 to 0(
Notice is hlereb)y given that we will
sell on Saturday, the 8th day of De
cember, 190G, at the late residence of
T. WV. Hill, defcontsed, all of the pt r
sonl)pr perIty of the salid:decealsed,
to wit: Croj's, Stock. Catt,le, Lumber
Faring If, Shop ~ and Carpente) rr TFools
A lhuiisLt ratt,ors.
For over sixty years doctors
have endorsed Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral for coughs, colds,
weak lungs, bronchitis, con
sumption. You can trust a
medicine the best doctors ap
prove. Then trust this the next
time you have a hard cough.
The beat kind of a testimnonial
"Sold for over sixty yeaLrs."
Mado b3.n a. fAo uo Lofell. Mass.
We have no secrets I Wo publish~
the formula. or all our inodiiolO.
Ayer's Pills keep the bowels regular
All vngntable and gently laxative
LARGESI' and most cor
plete line of General Me
chandise ever shown in Picker
For the past month we hai
been receiving almost daily c
load shipments of Dry Good
Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Har
ware, Groceries, Furnitur
Buggies and Wagons 'till vv
are now prepared to show yc
the largest, best selected ar
arranged stock of Gener
Mlerchandise in the l)-.ountr
Lvery Iloor in each deeartmeI
is ,acked.; alnost to tie ceililn
with goods l)ot ht at the ri.'l
pnrce s. (GOOds b;oughdt r. '
s(-ll thelcmselvces andlc wec bti
no(thling; b.Ut the( l,e-t goodls;
c: )ur Dry Goods dlep artmic
is conplete in every detai
Everything in I )ome(stics, Ou
ings crom (C to 1 2C. Hla
nels, Jeans, Kerseys, Percal
Ginghams, Plaids and )rill
Largest lot of Blankets ev(
shown in Pickens, at 5oc 1
$7.00 per pair.
Dress Goods! Dress Goods!!
Worsteds, Cassemiers, Pa
amas, Serges, Broad Cloth
Henriettas, Brilliantines. Er
broidered Mohairs, Dre:
Flannels, all colors- with sill
and trimmings to match. Ti
leading colors for this seasc
are Black and White and Gra
Plaids. We have a full line
Cloaks, Jackets and Skirts.
A full and complete line
all the latest styles and colo
for Children, Misses ar
Ladies. Jackets and Cloal
from $1.50 to $1 2.50. Skir
from $1.25 to $6.oo.
We also carry the Kenyc
Rain Coat for ladies and me
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and
Walkover Shoes, Stetson Hats, 1<
-:-NOTICE T H
J. F". H arris is still in business at the s.ame ok
self. Come around and get some11 barins~li il
chandise, but don't all come at once. I wvil
24 pound sack of good flour for 50 c:entJ
other things according, minus M eat and I
which is as high as Hlaman vA as hung. Ir
seed, Bliss, Early Rose, Burbanks and E
Ilebron, by the peck at any old
I J. F. HAkRIS,[
A RARE BARGI
204 acre well improved farm ror sale.I
Pickens. Six acres river bottom; e:ht in brat
acres upland in high state of cultivatIon: 25 at
About ioo of fine original foresl well timbered
and plenty of it. Good Jo-room, 2-story dwe
ings and two tenant houses. The J. L. Step
well worth io,ooo-our price, 6.5'00. Titles
one-half cash and the balance in one year.
The Pickens Land Ag
Lock Box. No. 2.P
n, Clothing! Clothing! Clothini
s. On this line we have r
re competition. There are thr<
ar essential things to make a su
s, of clothes what it should be an
I- these are fit, style and qualitj
e, Buying clothes as we do in Iarg
e quantities from five of th
u1 largest clothing concerns inl th
d country, enables us to give yo
ti all of these qualifications at
y. very reasonable price. Suit
it for chil(ren 3 to 17 years froi
S7 5c to $6.0o; suits for youth
t 13 to 20 years from -5 0 t
it ,I 2-50; suits for men, stout
y' sliims an d i( gulars, S3.5 go.4
Il 52.oo; overcoats fir 1)os
to 20 years froln ;:3.oo t
it SIo.oo; overcoats' fotr mc
1. $4.00 to $25.00. EIxtra pant
t- for boys and men, all sizes an
i- a!l prices. Among the dif1ererl
, lines of clothing we handle i
s. the celebrated Jane Hopkin
r make for boys and the Hors
0 Shoe brand for men.
Shoes. Shoes, Shoes.
The increase of our sho
1- trade has been phenomenal
s, The reason of it is we sell goo
1- shoes. We can hardly suppl
is the demand. Shoes have ad
s vanced from io to 40 per cen
1e but we are holding to o
n prices as much as possible
y The old renowned Battle Ax
)f still leads them all. The bes
shoe made for the mone)
Battle Axe Shoes are worn b:
everybody. They come in a
sizes, all styles and all price
We are sole agents for th
Walkover Shoes for met
s $3.50, $4 0o and $5.oo.
The Stetson Shoe for mer
ts $5.oo and $6.oo, and th
m Zeigler Shoe for ladies, $3.0
*Big stock of Hats and Cap
Gent's Furnishing Goods a Spe,
enyan Rain Coats, Iron King St
stand byV him-Afl
I sell y'our aRE .
-And all O0UK
)riedl Fruit pices '
ish potato have charg<
eaut of 9)is anxious t
!y Himself. 1
n five miles of )good.
ch bottom; 75
res in pasture. C R
hiens place. Is(
ES S. C. OTA dvertis
for men and boys. If you
would wear the best hat buy
o the Bomar Hat at $3.00, or the
e Stetson Hat at $5.00 or $6.oo.
it Hardware of every descrip
d tion. Just received a solid car
. of Stoves and a car of Barbed
e Wire and Nails, with prices
e Big stock of Harness, Sad
ii dies, Bridles, Robes and Horse
a Blankets. Lare Assortment
s of Trunks. Art Squares and
R R ugs, Furniture. I;igies
s \agons and I Slrreys. Ihe
entire second illOor of Oulr bu1ild
Ig, 'o N 1 20 IS ('\oted en
tirely to 1uggics and Furniture.
\VWe 1u)y both inl solld car lots
> and can give you rock bottoim
1pric( s. \\Te carry the laigest
s stock of Furniture in Pickens
.11 county. A look will convince
t you we speak the truth.
s Everything needed for the
s house. Oak Suits from $15.00
e to $65.00, Oak Beds from $2.00
to $19.0o; Dressers $5.oo to
$15.oo. Hall Rockers, Centre
Tables, Dining Tables, Kitchen
Tables, Sideboards, Safes and
e Bed Lounges. We can save
j you at least 10 per cent on
anything you may need in
Furniture, Stoves or the House
Just received a solid car of
Chase City Buggies and a car
e 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
e every time the moon changes.
Bring your cottcn to Pickens
' for this is the best market in
the county, and while hdre call
eon us for anything you need.
We apIrec!ate your busi
ness and will treat yon right
s every time.
:ialty. Sole Agents for Stetson and
ves, Newv Home Sewing Machines,
FOR FALL BUSINESS.
re is full of IFall and WVinter Goods with
righlt to everybody. M rs. F reemnan wvill
of our I )ress GIoods D epartment, and she
o sell every lady in the county.
ndle nothing but the b)est flour at close
n the chickens and eggs while prices are
A IGC B R OS.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
ting.--the tasty kinld--.we do.
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