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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, July 11, 1907, Image 7

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'Aappenings of a Local and Personal
Nature.
J. McD. Bruce and wife are spend
e H m & Cm&Head.
i T ''lb I !vivheR and Stella
heI 1r'd .'y foir a stay at
Miss Helen Boggs, who has been
':Riiing Mrs. Lee Carpenter in Green
.iLle, has teturned to her. home in
Pjikens.
L. A. Hagood, whoi has beetn spend
ing a time with his family at his
muu~mer borne in -Pickens, returned
Monday to Charleston.
There will be an all-day singing at
dix Mile Baptist church the first Sun.
da~y in August.. Everybodiy invited
tA) come and-bring their song books
4tid dinner.
There will be an al-day singing at:
Corncord Baptist church the fourth
Sunday in July. Everybody come
wad bting song books and well-Illed,
baskets. Prof. Buebush is expected:
to be present.
Mrs. J P. Smith, of Birmingham,'
Ala.. who is spending the summer In,
Pickens, the guest of Mrs. B. A. Ha
good, spent' Monday in Greenvinle,
accompanied by her don and daugh
ter and M'aster Jas. Hagood.
Prof J. H. Ruebush, of Dayton,
Va., will conduct a 12,day normal
school at Concord Bay'eist church,
thjee miles northwest of Pickebs,
eginnilng July 22. Everybady in.
erested in music should attend this
ebool.
J. L. Stansoll passed through
ockens, Monday, on his way to Hur
cane township to take charge of one
the county scrapers now located
that township. It is needless to
that when Mr. Stansell leaves up
i ,;:T--~~ blessed
UST I
A Solid Car of C]
A Solid Carof M
rited nicest finish(
g Vehicle mad e
.e before buying.
-Iso just received a
1 a car of furnitur
0 LG ER,1
thing, Shoes, Ia
,cialty. Sole agen
ggies, Iron King St
we $3 Hats, Boy
1l winners.
all for Butterick I
Miss Vesta Ashmore is visiting in
Atlanta.
Miss Florence 'Bowen Is visiting
Mrs. T. M. Norris at Cateechee.
Miss Florence Davis has been
elected to teach the summer term of
the Ruhamah school.
Misses Nora Jones and Dora
Mitchell, of Greenville, are visiting
Mrs. J. L Mon, in Pickens.
W. A. Gilreath and wife, of Green
ville, are on a visit to Mr. .'s mother,
Mrs. E. A. Gireath, h( Pickees.
Mrs. A. R. N. -Fol~er and, little
daughter,'of Gaffney, are visiting the
family of Judge Newbery uii town.
Messrs. Ernest Folger and Bruce
iBoggs are spending sotin time rue
ticatinig in the mountains of North
Carolina.
Arthur S. Porter, of Piedmont, was
in Pickens, Monday, shaking hands
with his many friends, who were glad
to see hm. [He was on his way to
visit his parents above Picken.
B. W. Dock worth, who lived be.
twen Pickens and Easley, on the
railroad, at Parsons station, died last
Thursday, after an illness of some
duration. Hie was fortnerly from
Williamston, hut had been a resi
dent of this county for many yeara,
He leaves a wife and several chil
dren, besides a host of relatives and
friends to mourn his death. His re
mains were interred the day follow
ing his death at Enon.
Miss Nettie Chastain, who has
chr~rge of the dry goode department
at Craig Bros., .Is developing into a
splendid saleslady, but she is consid
erably flustrated by being addressed
as "Miss Chapman." This was an
unintentional error on the part, of
the proof-reader of this passer in al
1owing the transposition of the name
to appear. We hope our readers will
's itch" on to the proper name and
105. change it again until she con
sents to change it herself by accept
Ing that of some good and truem.
:IECE
iase City Buggies
itchell Wagons. '
4d most Idurahle a
tor the money.. T
t solid car of barb,
J, with prices riglh
rHORNLI
ts and Gents' Fu
ts for Mitchell WAE
oves, New Home e
den, Walkover ai
Patterns.
Mrs Mattie Floyd and little
daughter, are visiting the family of
Hon. J. P. Carey.
Lost, on the 8d inst., one Berk
shire pig. Finder please notify Alice
Jackson, at. J. McD. Bruce's.
Mrs. Maud Cor with her little
daughter, of Washington. Oity, is
visiting her siater-in-law, Mrs. V. E.
Robinson, in Pickens.
Lewis C. Powell, formerly- of this
ounty, but of late years,.,.a.resident
pJ Piehmont, died at his hqp I ithat
pl~oe, -Sunday eVeding,- from pnu
monia, after a week's Fisq M
the past two years I(4&% ''&Iii i
constable at the mill and was h'eld
in high esteem by all who knew him.
He was about 88 years old and leaves
a wife and two. children to lameni
his death.
In a very fast game of amateut
base-ball the local players of Uentral
suffered defest at the hands of the
younger boys from Olemson College.
The game was full of interest fromi
the beginning, arnd the result was
uncertain until the end. Werner for
Central gave up 9 bits, Clemson
making 7 runa; Goodman for Clem
son gave up 8 bits, Central making
6 runs. Batteries--Centra1.-Werner
and Madden; Clemson -Goodman
and Dillard; umpie-e, Morgan. Good.
man, pitchings from the 7th to the
9th inning, won the game for Clem.
SOD.
Prof W. H. Woodall, Prin. Hay
wvood Insti tute, Clyde, N. 0., was toi
Pickens, Wednesday, ini the interest
of this fine co educational institution.
He is a mighty fine teacher, from the
words of praise we hear spoken of
him, and is conducting one of the
best institutionms of letarniIg any where
in the South. Young men or ladies
desiring to -attend a school where
thorough training 'in all of the
branches is the motto,should look into
Ihe merits of this colleg 3. Address
as above for prospcetus. See ad. of
school ekn wh, re in to paper
IVED
L hey are the best
nd lightest run
ake a look at our
3d wire and nails
.t.
Y&, co
rnishing Goods a
ugons, Chase City
sewing Machines,
id Zeigler Shoes.
Dandrufi
cannot b
cured
Unless you first cleanse y,
good fine comb. W
z oc to 50c. Oth<
$r.oo. Hai
Apnice line of Tooth Brus
'Call and evamine th(
are so sure that
we will aim<
teprice of what you want ii
Yours to give satishi
PICKENS
J. N.
Mrs. W. H. Prince is quite ill -vith
typhoid fever.
An inf(ant child of Ernest Lewis
died last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Power, of North
Carolina, are vie itin~g Mrs. Bielle Atto
w ay, of Pickens.
Marion Gray. a white man, was
shiot at Old P'ickens on. the 4th by an
unknown negro and was so seriously
injured as to nowv be at tlbo point of
death. The deed was commnitted as
Gray was passing a negro picnic at
that place while a riot was mn prog
ress. He is a highly respected citi
zen and was in no wise interfering
with the negroes. It is thought that
the firing upon huim was a malicious
attempt'to take his life A dozen or
more suspects have been orrosted and
are in jail at WValhalla where they
will be detained till after the termin
Iation of Grey's wounds are learned,
NC
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yu sclp wbe plasdta
es have the wflr gveyo
y ombse alie gine elsewhe
alm, and we angr
Mo ill Ea palesd a i t
tinsa inWthat ell gv o
HaTum J. h.auGdi Maehr.ui
ness titoBrevard, N. C., last week.
W. P. Stewart, of the Crow Creek
section, repot te cotton blooms on the
7th inst., as does also Jere Looper
and W. H. Stewart.
Mrs. Stokeley Farr, of Birming.
ham, Ala., and Miss Janie Grif~n, of
Atlanta, are visiting their sister,
Mrs. H. M. Hester, in Piocens.
For Sale--Gjod mnilch cow with
young calf. Mrs. Naomi Moseley,
Pickens, R. F. D. No. 3. 1it
WVanted-500 cords pine wood, de.
livered at oil mill.
6-4 T. C. Robinson.
No-crai.-We will do all detective
work in this county in first-class or
der. Offers of rewards will have
prompt attention. For any inform.
ation write or call on WV. F. Hfaynes,
Supt.. Libertyv. C. II -) n3.n

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