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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, September 12, 1907, Image 5

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Business Locals.
Notices of Salo, VItants. Swaps, etc.
inserted in this Colurnn at 5 cents per
line for each inserttoni, Nothing taken
for Iens than 10 cents.
Ashmore & Nimmons are paving 221
for eggs, 1o for butter, and the be
price for chickens. It wilI pay you t(
sell to them at these prices.
It will pay you to see Ashmore A
Nimmons before you buy your winte
shoes. They have some good bargain
to offer.
lowt 1, oic . i*i i
. F. D., No. 4, Pickens, S. c.
You have not heard nothing from Ok
Moore in a long time, I am in Earle'k
old drug store on the corner. I am just
baitle-whanging along selling beef and
one thing and another. But now wc
come to facts: I want to bu your dr
hides, green hides, raw hides and a
other kinds of hides,also your seed cottor
and cotton seeds. I want some sheep, )
want some pork; I can't tell hardly
what I do want. The old market.
J. D. Moore.
When in Easley put up your stock
at B. P. Martin's feed and livery sta,
ble. He also handles all kinds of
teedetuff. 38-tf
A few first class sewing machines
slightly used to be sold at greatly re
duced prices. Also sewing machines re
paired. Call at Craig Bros.
0. P. Knight.
High Praise.
A story told by John Ross Dix in his
"Pulpit Portraits" shows how strong
a current of life ran in the veins of
Dr. Lyman Beecher when he had
passed the allotted threescore years
and ten.
When about seventy-five years of
age, he spent a fortnight in the easterr
part of Maine. A party of gentlemen
at Calais went with him sonme thirty
miles up a series of lakes to Indiar
territories.
When about to embark upon a chaih
of lakes in the birch canoes, the In
dian guide, Etienne, rather objected t<
so old a man attempting the adven
ture, fearing that he would give out.
The doctor paddled with the bes
of the youngsters; caught more trou
than all the party together and re
turned each day from the variou
tramips in the lead; ate his fish on i
rock, with a sea biscuit for a trenche
and fingers for knives and forks; slep
on the ground uinii ieulock bratnehe
under the tent, and at length the hn
dian guide weut from the extreme o
depreciation to the highest expressi
of admiration In his power, saying:
"Ah, old man, all Indian!"
-- VU %ou.
10ound( him rather blue this morning."
"Oh, that was for a plersonail reasol
Hie Is sensilive about turning gray s
roon.-lailti more Amerieani.
Strayed-One B3erkshire sow pi
with some white on tail and feei
Fmnder will please notify J. H. Whit<
Dalton, S. C, and get reward.
Stewart Reunion to be Held
October 17th 1907. All descendant
of Walter Stewart of county Antrini
l'reland, composed of seven house
descendants of Samuel, John, Waltei
Robert and James, from Mary Gos
and Rev. Clark B. and David B. fron
Isabella Bobo, that can will meet ii
a reunion at New Harmony church
three miles south of Fountain Inn, 6
C., on October, 17th. All the friendi
of thetse Stewarts are cordially invited
with baskets to enjoy a social day.
Exercises to begin at 10:30 a mn.
Program announced on day o
meeting. All families descending
from these houses are requested t<
send registers with their names writ
ten in full to R. Walter Stewart. See
retary, WV. S. C., Fountain Inn, S C
Come one and all, our friends an<
welcome. Hasting Dial Ste wart,
Robt. W alter Stewart,
.John Vist& Stewart,
WVesley Brooksi Stewart,
Com., on Invitation.
TH'JE MAGIO NO. 3.
Number three is a wvonderful mnasco
for Geo. H. PIerri', ofCedar Grove, Me,
according to a letter wvhich reads: "'Afte
suffering mneh with liver and kinnie:
troublo, and( becoinig rn~.av di15 -
iiver and kidney troubles by Pickens
Drt ng Co., druggist, 50o.
N EW
Are arriving daily. We a
which, with our low prices
a share.
Our line of shoes for
complete in every sense <
coarse or fine shoes, and r
and if they don't give satis
pair or refund the money.
Our line of dry goods a
as complete as possible.
liss Dora Hinkle, who
patterns, will have charge
Hinkle has had a great d
work and we feel confiden
Watch for our opening
We have some men's ar
follows:
$1.25 B<
%1.25 M
$1.50 <
$1.65 <
$1-75
$2.00 C
Come to see us when y(
Yot
W. E. Fri
"AT Tit
Don't forget that we pay
produce, either cash or tr:
iiaiwoo
FOR YOUNG MI
I the Garden
I ikattifi scenery. Iuvigoratiti
L Careful attention, to 1ted-i (f st
r colleges. Terms very reasOnable.
t
FALL TERM
For catalogue or information, i
W, H. WO
.II
Among them are the
. Clocks with weights,
And a new line of SI
Silver WATOIHES. A
glasses to fit eyes. All I
II. SNIDER,
J-T. .A..
GENERAL MERCHIANI]
WIRE FENC
HORSE
HIGH, 7
Bull Ti
Strong R
Chicken
Proof
Hog
Tight,
othing
anf run throi
jii. or climb rn
GOODS
re preparing for the fall trade, of
and fair dealings we expect to get
men, women and children will be
>f the word. We can fit You in
emember we guarantee every pair
faction we will replace with a new
nd notions, we are trying to make
is now in the markets selecting her
of our millinery department. Miss
eal of experience in the millinery
t that she will be able to please you.
announcement.
id boys' pants that we are selling as
)y' Suits at $ 90
en's Pants at 95
lo do $1.20
lo do $1.25
lo do $1-30
lo do 1.45
)u are in town.
rs, for a Square Deal,
UeiIun Ui 11(1 Col
E OLD STAND."
highest market prices for country
Lde.
Il st!-titute .
EN AND YOUNC WOMEN.
Spoi ol the hLand ol tie Sky."
ig climate. Coinpetutit Teachers,
udentv. Prepares for Sophonmore class in bes
OPENS UGUST 19.
ODALL, Principal.
ave a good line of
recommnenidable old Atyle Seth Thtomas
which I am selling at special bargains.
LVERWARE. Also solid Gold and
nice line of SpFetacles; I guarantee
inds of repair work in the jewe.lry line.
- - Eaisley, S. C.
RICH IE Y,
llSE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE,
[GLS T HE BEST
ING ON EARTH!
E WELDh
agh it, crawl under
rer it. and break it.
Good Cut
The Griffon (
ity has the rej
tion of being
best made, be it
The old rel
line, Every ai
Guaranteed.
You can find
you want in
Celebrated line
CRAIG BF
ONE-P[RICE CAS]
ALL KINDS
STRAW ..
At. Grreatly I
PRIoe
Now is your time to get
alnost your own
L. ROTHS(
The Clot]
Haberdasher.
Greeniavill1e,. .
Carolina Mutual
Insurance As
Chartered Under the Laws of 8
GA N, C. IRolemanii, President; J. J. Mc~wain, Vic
Gen. Tirea;sulrer, WI. P. Hick', (Gen. Secretary.
The Carolina 3iul is a51 Hlome Institution arnd all
men~t have heeni arrangedl with special reference to
t'on of its po)1Wlcy hlde'rP.
Chap11t~i5 er h~i een i <n'gan i in revll (i'(1 i C, Ande
burg and Cheoe (IOCQcoun)tie.1 Tfhe Aniderson ( thapteri
(Chalpters areO growing verly fast. One thiousand mi
All heal11thy white j'eople from 15 to 60) years of age
Entranice fee: 15lo :30 years of age 84, 3h0 to 410 $5, 41
S 'ssmnlt, at (deathl $1 .15;. A nyv applicant for memb~i
Cha~pter he or she desires to be placed in.
W. P.* HJicks , Secretar GvIreen~ville Chtpter: J. C.
Cha pter; Rt. J. ( an', Secretary Spa rtanbhurg Chaiptei
Cherokee Chapter.
Thisu is aIl ltely a I lo--ne Institution. Wh y insur,
hiave a better andi chleaper institution at your Ownf (do
. l he money to pay each death claimr is always on h,
in the county where the Chanti.s lo1t~. Coul..
ters.
ual
>uta
the
01 Rao.
iable
,ticle
what
this
at
~os.
I S TORE.
OF
HATS
{educel
Cs.
choice Hats at
price.
HILD,
11er,
Tailor.
- . ca.b
Life
sociation,~
outh Car~fina,
e-Presidenit; H. J. Southern,
the deotails of its rxanage.
he convenience and protee.
erZsonl, G reenwood, Svart an
is nrly full, and the othr
nbers constitute a Chapt.r.
are eligib~le to meer shI p.~d;
3J to 50 $Q, 50 to 00 :s ': r:..
Payne, Secretary A iih rs 9,
3 in other sta1tes wb
11nd and1( depolst(el in aio
nly place( I he saf~
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