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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, August 15, 1907, Image 5

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Pickens Sentinel-Journal
Happenings of a pocal and Personal
Nature.
utuu m rs. Arthur Gravley, a daughter.
See change of Craig Brothers' ad
in thig issue. Thuey sApeak about hog
feed and their talk is tinmely and well.
Road it and profit by the information
contained theremn,
There will be a picnic and dance
at Robinson shoal, oni Little River,
near Newry, on the 23d imnst. Let
everybody come and enjov the day,
as it will be last of the season.
Deputy Collector it. Q Merrick, J.
C. Alexander, J. T. MIcKinney and
E. P. Mc~ravey made ai raid Tuesday
morning on Big Eastatoe amid cap
tured W. K Stewart and son, Avery,
at werk in a still. They destroyed
the outfit, poured out 700 gallons of
beer and got the still, cap and worm.
The operators were bound over to
court.
TIhe little child of Mr. and M rs. D.
F. Pace, of Pickene, died last Sunday
evening, after an illness of some du
ration. The cause of its death was
teething and other diseases peculiar
to young childhood. It was laid to
rest in the Pickens cemetery on Mon.
day evening. The bereaved parontsa
have the- smipathy of their many
friends in this, their hour of extreme
sorrow.
The farmers' meeting at Bethlehem
last IFriday was wvell attended and
wvas all that could be desired. Messrs.
B3. Harris of Pendloton, (I. H. Car
penter 'of Easey, and George S. Le
are of Charleston, delivered excel..
ent addresses nd na e. - y
LJR Annual Clearance Salewi
for the imininse Fall Stock
Big reductions along all lir
nent in all c'lors for women miE
he same discount will apply to .
reight trousers. Our clothing tr
businnesss but we still have a f
Te are sole agents for the Interr
eir samples always at our store.
g housa in the world, and we g
here in a few days, and it wil I
We have just received a new 1<
a Lawus, Organdies, Linen Law
ir wear, at all prices,
on't forget that we have just re<
is, car of Chase City Buggies ai
s, will make prices that are righ
irniture when we can save you t
we appreciate your business and
)LGER, I
.hing, Shoes, Hat
cialty. Sole agent
rgies, Iron King St
we $3, Hats, Boy(
11 winners.
all for B6Atiticki
Messrs. Moore & Afauldin change
their ad this week; they talk about
tailor-made clothing and will have a
representative from the house hero
on the 29th and 30th instant to take
your measurement for your fall and
winter suit. If you want clothing to
fit now is your chance to get suited.
Don't forget that Keowee Lodge,
F. and A. M., No. 79, meets Satur
day night, 17th instant. Work in the
Third Degree. Hon. George S. Le
gare, if be is here, will assist in the
conferring of the degree. All Ma
sons in good standing, and all visit
ing brethren are cordially invited to
be present.
Tanks and towers, plenty of 'em in
Pickenis, now; nearly everybody has
tanked up, that is, have rout up water
tanks, and all of them are on towvers,
so that a tlow of water can be gotten
for fire protection and can be piped,
into the buildings, thus affording
water works system. Among the Ia
test tanke up are: J. E. Bogga, T.
L. Bivens and' T. D. Harris. Mr.
Harris has put up a wind mill and
pumps water all over the hotel, he
has put in bath tubs and a system of
sewerage. The addition to the court
house calls for water works and sew-'
erage. These are mighty handy con- I
veniences and those who have put
them in are very well pleased.
J. R. Ashmzore and M. S. Nimmons
have bought out the stock of goods
of John F. Harris. We ailso under--I
stand-that they have traded for tho
stock of goods of D. B. Cooper and
will occupy the new store build ing
being erected by C. E Robinson after
Sept. 1st. They are both god~ saleS-1
men and number one good fellows,f
and, no doubt, will do a good busi
ness. We bespeak for them a liberal
share of the trade that comes to this
town. Watch for their adertisement
announcing thab' ~pening, at the
proper time* m thM pper. T1hey are]
both hustlji y' cap.; men and deserve
bo succeed.
11 begin July 26th and last till S
we intend buying.
es. 25 per cent discount on 0
ses and children
ummer clothing such as two
ade for the Spring past has beel
ew light weight suits that you c
tational Tailoring Company's lir
They show the largest line 4
uarantee a fit and perfect satis
>ay you to inspect the line befoi
)t of waste goods, mercerized i
ns and Colored Organdies, all
:eived a car load of barbed wir<
id surries and the largest car o
t. What is the use in paying
hat, buying as we do in car lot
I will treat you right.
'HORNL[
s and Gents' Fui
,s for Mitchell Wa
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len, Walkovei ar
%Afterns. ;
Miss Esther Carey, of Seneca, is
the guest of Mist Floried Carey.
Mrs. L. L. liabinet, of Rembert.,
S. C., is on a visit to her parents, Mr.
und Mrs. A. E. Kelley, of Pickens, R.
F. 1). 3, and relatives and friends in
the county.
The Knights of Pytiias' District
Convention will meet at Pickens next
'Tueday, 10th inst. All Kn hs in
good standing are urged to be pres
ent By order of iR R. ioark, C. C.
N. R. Heedricns, of -Trenton, Tex.,
an 0o(d P'ikens county boy, is on a
visit to his parents, Mr and Mrs. J.
F- Hendricks, of Liberty. and rela
tives and friends inr this and adjin.
ing counties. Noah looks as if the
world was serving him wveil.
Hon. Wyatt Aiken and Mrs. Aiken
are in Pickens for a short time. They
are stopping at the hotel Hiawatha.
It is getting time Wyatt was coming
round to see his fri-mds in this "neck
o' woods." He better keep in close
touch with them for fear they forget
him next year at the polls..
An arrest, which, in a measure, is
a sensational one, happened in Pick
ens Sunday evening, when Chief of
Police Nealey nabbed a stranger,whbo
was dodging around on "Poplar
Hill," a suberb of Pickens, below the
jail arnd populated by those of African
dlescent, and the "scent" is there all
right enough. This wayfarer was in
and out amonrgst the dlUsky damsels
purp~orting to be a for tuno teller.
Mr. Nealy had ini his pocket a descrip
tion of a person wantted in California
for killing a deputys sheriff, who had
gonue to Misouri for the prisoner.
A~fter' comnparin I oh fatures of the
wayfgring man witih that of the pic
ture of tho man wanted, all agreed
they were one and the same. He
was at rested and con fined in jail and
Lhe California officers commaunicated
with. By the way, if he proves to be
the right person, Chicf Nealoy will
de $1,000 better, off, as this is the
mmount of the reward offored for the
:apturo o the murdenrer.
Balen
eptember ist to make room
xfords and we have a large
piece suits, odd coats and
i the heaviest in the history
an buy at a bargain.
e of clothing and you will
)f patterns and stylesof any
Faction- Our FALL samples
e having your measure taken
Vaistings, Batiste Noiusooks,
the latest satterns for, mid
* and nails, car of Mitchell
Furniture ever shiyped to
0 to 15 per cent more for
. See us for anything you
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nishing Goods a
gons, Chase City
ewing Machines,
d Zeigler Shoes.
Dandruff
cannot be
cured
Unless you first cleanse your s
good fine comb. We h:
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$1.oo. Hair bU
A nice line of Tooth Brushes
Call and evamine the abc
are so sure that you
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the price of wvhat you want ii you
Yours to give satisfactioi
PICKENS D
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SUCCESSO
W. H.Chi
DEALER
SAlWED OAK, PIN~E AgaI
Oct. 1 R. F. D). 3, PICK]
NOT1ICE 0OF COTTON WElGH1Ek'S mar
ELECTION, P'ICKElNS COUR eI ral
HLOU.SE SOUTH CAR. vote
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Notice is hereby giveni that an election son
will lbe held at Picke'ns courthouse, ens
S. C., on Saturday, August 17th, 1907, ens
the samnebeing the third Saturday in ens
August, 1907, for the purpose of choos- certi
:ng a cotton-weigheri for the said town of shall
Pickens, to serve for the ensuing year. Th
Polls will open at 10 o'cl9ek a. mn. and appi
close at 5 o'clock p. m. on said day. betui
In order to vote in this election. tall 14th,
male patrons of the Pickens cotton Tlb
narket who will procure from 1t. R. e
loark, Clerk.. of the Town Council of D. 13
the Town,of Pickens, a certificate that
he Is a patroni of the Pickens cotton 4
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ye lines and we
viii be pleased that
~y that we ~vi1l give yOL'J
Feel like going elscwlw..
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hum, Ph. G., ~flariager~
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IN
POPLAR LUI1~ER:,
?NS, S. C.
elections in l~zccens CoUnty
~~'ill not he neeexs~iry that the ~
aflering IA) Vote shall reside in Ple~-..
'OwnkilIij); hut if he Fe8ides in Picli -*
X)ulity, and is a patron of the P~c -*
market, an(1 procures the p rep '~
ficate froiii the Clerk afore~a~d., ~...
be entitled to vote.
eso certilicrtes may be obtaune~ ~~*z
i'ing to R. U, Roark i~t any cs~.
'ccii August 4th, 1907, azid Au~u;~
1907.
~ foilowing are appointed ma r~. -
3f the said election: J . E. Co~
Finney, J. L. Moon.
J~. U. Ro~uu~.
~lerk To wn Council Pieke~~, ~. ~

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