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Happenings of a Local and Persona)
W. A. Thomas, who has been quite
sick for some time, is now able to be
at his place of business.
One of Congressman Legare's fine
pair of driving animals died Friday
night from colic.
Mr. C. V. Fowles, commonly known
in those "diggias" as "Uncle Zeke,"
who has been for several. moth sling
ing the paint brush at Calhoun, has
succumbed, at last, and is now dodg.
ing work. He hiked into Pickens
Tuesday morning and the first place
he made after putting up his horse
was the Sentinel..Tournal office, where
he immediately drew out a "segair,
cooked his legs on the editorial table,
pushed his hat on the back of his
head and proceeded to make himself
thoroughly at home. We are glad
to see him back.
It is a pleasure to enter at any and
all times as conveniently arranged1
and tastily kept store as that of the
Pickens Drug Co, dealers in drugE
and sundries. If there is any pro
fession in which it is necessary for r
man to thoroughly know his busi.
ness it is that of the druggist and ini
this particular this city is peculiarly
fortunate as Dr. Hallu n's compe~ten.
cy is acknowloedged. In addition tc
this character. TIhe promptness and
correctness with which every obrder
is filled is no of the pleasing fea
tures wie charerzem. this store
The best shoes r
X~e have on dis]
)t the Interriation
amples for suits,
. If you want styl
uit have it made
eed. New fall gc
othing, Shoes, E1
)ecialty. Sole age
awe $3 Hats, Bc
Call for Butteric1
1's Ethel Jenkins has resignt
as manacer of the Pickens telephot
exchange and Miss Louise Jones
now in charge.
Misses Annie and Emma Liao
two .charming and beautiful youa
ladies of the upper section 9f tl
county, accompanied by their fathe
)Col. T. J. Ligon, paid this office
very pleasant call Tuesday.
All the members of Secona churc
are especially requested to attend tI
niext church meeting on Saturday b
fore the first Sunday in September
3 o'clock. Business of importan<
will be attended to. By order of .1
Mrs. E. T. Hpinter, whose miod hi
been affected for some time, we
on last Friday again committe
tos hetate hospital for treatmen
Mr.Hunter has been an inmate
this institution before, but was pr<
n founced cured of her malady. TE
many friends of Mr. Hunter deep]
sympathise with him in his afflhictiot
An automobile party consisting c
W. H. Austin,W. W. Griffin and Ma
shall Moore~of the Evening Piedmon
Greenville, and .Joe Austin, of Tarrj
town. N. Y., spont Mondavy evenin
in PickenB. They m'du the ru
from Greenville in about one bouw
Mr. Austin came from New Yorki
his 'aiutomobile without mishao an<
made remarkably good time, fli
n'achizne is the Maxwell.
JHeath-Bruce- Morrow, L1, R ~othsi
child, Moore & Manldin, Craig B~ros
11vT~ aley & Co , liolt k C
* ~~ Drug Co. imll changm~
. Aweek, An ad. of th
nied School and the Cia
SLife Insurance Associe
I ion also appear in this issue. HunC
them up and read them, as the
contain information that is of valu
ge Fall Shipme
aade for $3.50, $4,
Mlay at our -store ov
al Tailoring Compt
>ver coats and extr
e, fit, quality and
by the Internatio
in the world. A p<
ods beginning to a
Iats and Gents' I
nts for Mitchell W
Stoves, New Home
yden, Walkover a
d Z. T. (Buddy) Kelley lits joined
te the-ranks of the automobilists.
s One of E. T. Hunter's children is
very ill with fever.
g rs. J. A. Hendricks, of Table
tMountain, visited hier sister, Mrs. W,
r, T.. Griffin, in Pickens, Sauday..
a We are sorry to know that Miss
Sadie Nealey is ill with fever,aind hope
b she may have a speedy recoy'ery,
10 Marshal Nealey is raping in the
-blind tigers and Mayor LaBon sure
Lt puts the fines on them.
.Mayor E. P. Mc~rarey, of Easley,
was in Pickens, Wednesday, getting
pointers how to run a first-class town,
.5 Miss Bertha Abercrombie accom.
d panied by Miss Glenn of Owens
t. station are lending charmi to the
i homes of friends and relatives in this
e F. E. Cox says that owing to cer
Y tainm mishaps in "da y",Pickens, he
'. will soon begin to .send o~ut cards
f like this: "Dear Sir-Your package
-of books has arrived, and you should
t, get thene at onco, as thev are leak
Enrfle Sreaborn, whlo is (raveling
. sube-sman for Hobbs-Hendersoni Co.,
'of Greenville, was iai Pickena,Monday,
on his way to spe-nd his vacation with
R. RE. Lewis, who recently gradii.
. ated ini pharmacy at CTharleston, will
heavo charge of the prescrip~tion do
partmient of a ne.w drug store that
ewill be opened 1)p in AndIerson abot
the 15th of Septemnber.
Dr. J. L, Valley is now located at
-Anithras, near Knioxvilla, '1'enn.,
t where lhe has succeeded a retiring
y physician \in a nice practice. His!
e many friendetifoughout the county
wish him alinsof good luck.
'4.50 and $5.
-er 400 patterns
mny's line of fall
L- finish to your
nal, the largest
)rfect fit guaran
Lrnishing Goods a
agons, Chase City
nd Zeigler Shoes.
Again we wi
of all kinds.
The best lin
to be found an
Our 25c. Bo:
The cptell Gr 9L , 17 ]nl pli
tal fee of fifty cents wheoi
folit:on rates for thwo who are neithier in
1 st anid 2d Grades,
3d anid 4th Urades,
5th and 6tli Grades,
7th and 8th Grades,
9th and( 1 0th Grades,
By i'(orde ofl'E
sh to call your attention to
S and School Supplies,
Talt, Penil0s and R,
Paper is excellent.
:Paper is a dream of beauty.
R UG Co.
Hession 194Q7-1908 on Monday,
cjir~ eto ly nu inciden
the district, no)r transferred ,aiue is
$1.00 per muoith.~
$1 .50 perI mionth.2
-$3.00) per mont11h