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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, August 15, 1907, Image 7

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AdditionaLOcai.
The home paper Is the mirror in
which those at a distance see us.,
Mrs. D. B. Tripp returned to
Greenville last week after a pleasant
visit to relatives and friends on Pick
ens, R. F. D. 8.
The Seneca correspondent of the
Keowee P-nwier says, "Miss Annie
aind hn i o uoy, visited Miss Car
t 'loier one (9)- last week."
Se, 1)! ? p'er 7, of Ezra, has
al the (ttera of the alphabet except
"J.' Just brush the dust off your
Bible and see if this is not true.
The Ebenezer correspondent of the
Keowee Uourier says, "Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Finley of Pickens, spent Sunday
with Mrs Annie Jones of this sec
tion."
It pays to read the advertisements
of enterprising home merchants.
They are the people who make it pos.
sible to have conveniences rigt t at
your door, so to speak.
We want to know when you have
friends in to eat "chicken dinner" or
to'visit you. It is such items of news
that makes the local page of your
home paper interesting.
Many more towns die for want of
confidence on the part of the business
me and lack of public spirit, than
fro opposition of neighboring towne
an3d adverse surroundings.
jThe pionic and mountain trip sea
son is upon us with the usual accom
paniments-fleas, mosquitoes, grass
chiggers and gnats But there is
bushels of fun in a day's outing, any
way.
Don't knock. Help yourself along
by becoming popular. and push your
iriends with you. It's very easy. Be
a ;good fellow and soon you'll have a
procession of followers. No man ever
helped himself knocking other people
down in character and business.
Each year the poultry business is
beCming nore lucretive and now as
umes proportion that will soon rival
any branch of farm industry. Farm.
era are forced to P(+,w - 'ge that
U *vweight
e farm.
ho are
..,og old
..-. ,IL AL ~weAj alleyways. Such peo
ple shonld be taught a little civic
pride by a modest line. It is impos.
sible for the aut'horities to keep places
clean if peoble will persist in such
practices.
The party who found a good s t
en the roadl between the Joab Maul
'din place ang Pickens a few Sundays
ago will please call at this office and
receive information whereby they can
also become the owner of the pants
and vest. No use to break a good
suit-have it all, or none of it.
The Jocassee correspondent to the
X )eowee Courier mentions the follow
ing: "Henry Elbertson of Liberty
returned home today after spending
a week with relatives here.-Joe
Crow of Liberty, spent a week among
relttives and friends at this place.
Wyman Chapman went to Easley
Wednesday to stay a few days with
his brother, who is very low with
fever.---Mrs. McGee of Easley ex
pects to visit her daughter Mrs. Ja
nie Powell of this place next week.
--Misses .Arie Stuart and Texas
Stance), of Eastatoe, visited at the
home of the former's brother, Robert
Stuart , Friday and Saturday of last
eek.-Will Willia'us and mother
orris, spent Tuesday night at tl:e
o of J. H. Whitmnire.
Singers Take Notice.
,ving to a mistake in the date the
'ty Township Singing Associa
will meet with the Tnimion
a. Bogge , P'res.
Seo'y.
IN THE
6 m
Business will push itse
Business. You are
No shop-worn good
fresh and going at pric
Men's or Bo]
That N
Going at $1,25, $1.51
Pair a trade winner.
Work shirts at your <
All plain and flowere
while the 6c grade goe:
Try our
Green Coffee
Granulated
Sugar
So it goes a
W. E.Fi
"A:T
Don't forget that we p,
produce, either cash or
OF
J. CARTERN,\
President.
LIBE]
Capital
rlofits
Deposits
F. B. MORGAN
J. N' MORGAN,
Accounts of Mecbauts, Fai
FI
buy ort/ we
M.. K is~
BUSY SEAON
f but in the dull season' we must pusl
after bargains and we want your trade
3 to work off. Everything new am
es that will catch you if you call on us
rs'Pants
ew Lot Just Received
), $1.65, $1.75 and $2.00. Every
)wn price.
I lawn 5c straight marked down to 4c
at 5c.
10 lbs
Jor
18. ls lb.
fo rT
long the line at
eeman Co,
PHE OLD STAND."
Ly highest market prices for countri
trade.
ICANIfED 1901.
T. O'Dnr,rb. H. C. SHimaEy,
Vice President, C.S hier.
ETY BANK,
LIBERTY, S. C.
- - - 5,000,c0
- - - 40,000,00
DIR ECTORS.
W. T. 0PE1, 1I. C. 19IJIRLW
J. CAir'FR,- J. P. SMIrrji.
mIers, Firms, and Iudividuals solicited.
IAURAL LEM'
TOBACCO
adofe very best leaaf that we can bu
n eshtat wh prye ay thnatural leaf tobacc
AYLOR'S N.ATURAL LEAF
t sel If yours <doi t n his gettin It for you.
E~RCH ANTS-Write us for our special prices,
ST AND LAST
$ made to all who
ar them: In style,
>ility, "Shield Brand Shoes
a mark of perfection.
.IntnbI ML5n(,tnmTs ONLY
EER CO. Manufacturers.
TLANTA. LA.
14O F
-etc.
It don't pay to neglect ;
season of the year. One
them now would probably
in cold weather.
Good shorts and bran
feed for growing hogs. V
bran, shorts and corn at r
International Stock Fo<
be successful with those w
to their hogs. We will c
the money to any one usir
Food without getting resi
CRAIG BI
O.NE-P-RICE CM/A
JUST ARI
As you can see they have just a
are the advance guard for Spring anc
We are showing some hundlson
he onuing.
L. Roths(
Clothier an~d Tailor,
EEiD
your hogs at this
dollar spent on
be worth two
make excellent
Ve have a lot of
ight prices.
Ad has proven to
'ho have fed it
heerfully refund
ig Interuational
ith from same.
ROS.
IL STORE.
tIYEDI
rrived irom the train and
I Summer styles.
1e and nobby effects at
zh ild,

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