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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, September 26, 1907, Image 7

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For 8 years w<
specialty and we
that we carry th
up-to-date line i
are buying the h
history of our bus
largest stock of
this town. It w4
we have The I
line of samples
measure foir a su
ing a fi and sal
made by The In
every judge of
be the best tailor
Besides being se
the suit they are
make in style, fit
FOL@
Clothing, Shoes,
Chase City buggies, ]
and Zeigler Shoes.
Call For Butteric
Aona
Nature.
Married, Sept. 23, at the residence
of A. D. Chastain, Abner Masters to
Miss Olla Chiastain; A. L. Edens,
N, P., offiziating.
Lost, last week, between school
house and resiidence, on streets of
Pickene, a gold medal given for pro
ficiency in music. Name on pin bar.
Suitable reward for retern. Miss
Ellen Lewis.
Married, at Cateechee, on Sunday,
22d inst., Walter Pickens, oldest son
of Gordon Pickens, to Miss Lit
lie E~llenburg; J. Alonzo Brown,
N. P., at the throttle. Tbe bappy
young couple have the congratula
tuons of many friends, *
Craig Bros., the one-price cash
merchants, change their ad. this
wveek. T bis en torpis ing firm will
add several lines they have not here
tofore carried and will bid stout for
your trade. Road their ad., give
them a call, and rest assured that
wvhat you buy of them will be all
right, at the lowest price, and yours
money back if you are not suited.
There are lots of thoroughbred
chickens being raised in this county
and the interest is now great enough
that an association should be formed,
and with' this aim in view all raisers
of fine chickens are urged to meet at
Craig Bros.' store on Monday, the
30th inst,, at 4 p mn,, for the purpose
of organizing the Pickens County
country this fall.I
7HINC
TS' PU
- have made this lir
can say without boas
e best, largest and i
* Pickens County.
trgest Fall stock in
iness. We will have
Clothing ever showi
- can't fit you out of s1
Lnternational Con pti
and we can take
it o ovei coat, guarar
isfaction. If your st
ternational it is rig]
ood clothes knows i
'ing concern in the w<
veral dollars cheape
far superior to any c
and quality.
, T
Hats and Gents' Fui
[ron King stoves, Ne
All winners.
Pattgrns.
J. M. Hallum and wife, of Libeity
side, visited their sons, Prof. 1R. T.
and Dr. J. N. Hallunm, in Pickens,
last week.
-- Seaborn, of the Praters section
has sccepted a position with M oore
& Mauldin and bqgan clerking for
them Monday.
Nearly everybody su~'ers with somie
form of kidney trouble. Bolt & Co.
advertise this week a guaranteed
kidney remedy.
The Pickens Graded School has
seven teachers, ten grades, a music
department and nearly 200 students.
So far th~e school seems to be pro
gressing very nicely,
Mrs. B. C. Robinson~ is quite sick.
Her many friends hope t~hat her; iill
ness will prove to be nothing serious
and that ehe may soon be up again,
R. L. Davis, proprietor of the
Pickens Bottling Works, is confined
to his room with fever. His many
friends hope that lhe will not hav~e a
severe spell and that he may soon
be up again.
Thore was not a great deal of1 tbusi
aess in court, and what there was
ias been pushed with dispatch. Not
many people have attended -only
Mhose wvho were compelled to come
dl others stayed awvay, and the farm
3rs, ospecially, haying line W'ei h
or gathe ring crops9, have been c >n
ipicuouis by their absence.
Weo call attention to theo page ad
>f the H, B3. M. Co. It is mieasdhoe
or us to say anything abomt thii.
im, for the ad speaks for them,
IRead it, and attend their fall opeu
ing on October 4th and 5th. They
have bought heavily of the very latest
g ods which they are now arranging
in artistic display ready for your in,
spection and invite you to look
through their varied stock.
SH(
RNISIK
ie a I
ting
nost
We
the
the
rE in
tock
ny's T
your
Itee
lit is
it as
I to Bo'
t to
)rld.
r to ~i
ther
WE
rnishing Goods a spe
w lome sewing ma(
Rev. K V. Millard will preach a
Secoin Baptist church on Saturda
bef 're the first Sunday in O. s 'eI
at 3 p.* m.
IA short time ago Chief of Poliec
Nealev received a letter from the
Murphy Hardware Co,, stating thei.
store had been burglarized and sev
eral articles stolen, most of wvhici
had been recovered and asked hin
to look 3ut for one Victor Turnbil
who, they thought, was headed thiu
way. Chief Nealey qnietly went t<
work and( spotted his man and ar
rested him this (Thursday) morning
There wvas a reward ofi'ered for him
also $10 for a recovery of a S. & WV
hammerless blue steel revolve-r thal
is missing out of their stock. Yount
Turnhill did not have the pistol wher
arrested. The proper authoritief
were immediately communicated witl
and requisition papers wvill be ap
plied for.
Taherf, are lots of kick i'i, one wvy
and aaot her, on mail facmm t a~$I
thiese parts, A pmrty o: one of Ujae
routes states on two d.JYren. occa
.HIonsi mad1 intendeti f ,r this oline' and
ph iein th maii b)ox ouMmay
woutl d lnot, bettakeni outi by the carrier
uintiil Tuesday1'R or U W edneday. Ini
th west erni sect ion therc~e arke no~i mail
fa~cilIitie at all. SeveraI l l Pual iot
4 flices have been l t( disnt inui di andiim
I mril route. (do not rechl tis seq iis
(out mail facilities or comie to Picki n,
or X i u-trat. Th is is a rt ty th ,ickly.
Mo1 Ided section ad tmlIhev should1( bo
41upphed( by some Imen. Crtaini
sections supplied by the rural routesi
are kicking on t~he carelessness of the
carriers, anid if things don't change,
and that mighty sudden, said car
riers will hear something drop, and it
will fall pretty hard, tmo.
)ES, h
INGG9
N GA St
VALKO)
SH4
ARE TAKING THI
IE BEST SHOE
5O, 4, 4.5
(den Shoes for $6.
16' Shio f 2eO,
itch for our
FALL ANNOUNC
ILeY 8
cialty. Sole agents for
,hines, H--awes $3 hat, I
Are the best selling
the wvorld. T1here
for it. They arecg
prVices are not too 1
Only 60 C
Per pound. The
Ladies like.
~PICK ENS D]
-r., N. n i
REUMAlKA BLE RIESCUEJM
Th'lat tru th i st tanger Ih-inU fiction ii * whlo
Onco more heeni dlemon).-tralted in t ho lit- 8. 1
tie town Of F'edorai Tei. , the, residI~ern
of C. V. Pepper. fIn witF s- ":r was inaru
b~ed, entirely <hs1abled with hemorrhafg)s back
of the Ilungs4 and throat. D~octors failed the
to holy mne, and all hope haid fled wvhen I
began taking D)r. King,' Now D)iscovery.m e
Th~ edl in4tant relief camo. The coughing and
so0on c(asedI; the bloeding dimi iiished Bt~i~
rapidIly , and inl three weeks I was ablo.
to go to wvork."' Guaranteed cure for liineE
c''iouhs aed cold8. 50e. and1( $1.00, at wido'
I ickcu Drug Co., dIrug store, Trial bot- er
~-.. .. .. - - to Pe
The Jason Gillespie Ihome in West tory
End. 3 acres. See J. McD). Bruco. deat
*- ---- besid
Lion SAL--12 horso Eagle boiler to mfl
and 10--borse engi no, in good order,
not a bargain, if taken at once. C. G.F
Voight. 2 miles north of Eaalm,-t a
IATS
PODS
>ecialty
IER
DES!
J DAY!
MADE
op 5.
and $6.50
3., 3.50 &
:EMENT -
~eo0
Mitchell wa ons! ,
loyden, Walkover
candies in
is a reason
>od and the
igh
ents
kind the
R UG Co.
ALLUM~, Th. .
's. Barbara Hiurrhey, of Pelz:-.
recently visited her brother .
.Braziealo, and other relativer.L
id Piekens, w~hile ou hor wie'
to her home, was taken .sick at
someo of Smith Brazeal(e. si:e
six miles southeast of E49lev
dlied fromr inflammnatioot' ta
teh on the 18th inst., fter er.
a of only three days. She w u.
y of Jesse Hughey and was~ 'C
old. Her remains were c Irriu.
Izer and interredl ini the~ Ccns
thn re the (lay folloing' h .
.She leaves severail c'ic
es a host of relatives anmd finieni .
>urn her dleath.
fey's Kidney Cux.
es kidneys and bladder rigbau

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