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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, October 17, 1907, Image 7

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.For- 8 years we
spelaalty and weo
that we carry th<
up-to-date line ir
are buying the la
history of our busi
largest stock of 4
this town. It we
we have The- I
line of samples
measure For a sui
ing a fi' and sat
made by The In
every jodge of g
be the best tailor
Besides being se,
the suit the are
inake in style, fit
Clothing, Shoes,
Chase City buggies, I
andC7ting, Shoes,
Butterici
Happenings of a Local and Personal
Nature.
hir, and Mrs. S. I. Brooks are both
confined to their room with the grip
Johno Oistrap) is reported as being
seriously ill.
Miss Herd is quite ill with fever at
the homne of R. F. Herd.
Jeff Hiolder baa been quite ill 'for
several days with asthma.
Friday afternoon the U. D, C.
chapter had an important meeting at
Sthe residence of Mrs*. T. J. Mauldin.
Mrs. Vesta McFall was elected dele
gate to the state convention at Cam
den, with Mrs. T. J Mauldin as al
ternate. Refreshments were served,
and -the Daughters had a most pleas.
u afternoon.
-- Col. W. A. Fallows, a gallant old
Confederate, wvho has been stopping
with D, B. Finney for the past seven
or eight months, returned yesterday
*to his orange groves in Florida, wvhere
he will hibernate until gentle spring
will cause him to returJn to old Pick.
ens, where the grim old soldier will
6be warmly welcomed by hosts of ad
miring friends.
Piokens will have a lyceum course
this winter. The committee in
charge have traded with the New
Dixie company for five giood attrac
tions-all musical--and the first one,.
heti '*-~ - ill appear in
eh nVt<b Wedesday
- hi ne onLose who sub-.
at ib 1 tU:ni tC)ts to redeem
their pledges. The town and sur
rounding community can support
this course and they should liberally
patronize it.
H ING
TS' FI
have made this lin
Dan say without boast
A best, largest and m
i Pickens Couity.
rgest Fall stock in
ness. We will have
Clothing ever shown
can't fit you out of st
nternational Compai
and we can take y
t ot ovqr coat, guarani
isfaction. If your sui
Lernational it is righ
ood clothes knows it
ing concern in the wo
veral dollars cheaper
far superior to any ol
and quality.
GR, T
Hats and Gents' Fur
[ron Kin-g stoves, Ne)
All w inners.
Pattarns.
There will be an all.- day singing at
Golden's Creek the fourth Sunday
in October.
Mins Marie and Lucia Folger gave
a mard pn'rt.v Wednezdav evening in
honor of several young ladies who
were vsiting in town. Delicious re
freshmrents were served, and it was a
late hour when the guesta returned
to their several homes.
Late Friday, )eputyv Marahal J. (I.
Alexander and Deputv Collector
Merrick, necompanied by oflicera
Coolev nn Goldsmith, made a raid
in Douthit's cove, Greenville county,
and crtptuired one of the 'largest dis
t'lleries yet fennd in the mountaine
-a plant of 12 ferwenters, 1,200
gallone beer, 9 husbela meal, a 150
gallon steam boiler, 20l0-gallon wood
en beer still and a fine copper worm.
We give space to ':Dreamner" this
week; this article reachett us too lete
f~r the last issue, but it is an good
nfow as it wvould have been then. In
an addenda she says that ciraum
stances will force her to lay down
ber facile pen. We hope that
'Dreamer" will reconsider and ('on
tinua to send in snch stuff ns suits
her to write, and as often a-a it rui -
her-for we cannot afford to uive her
111. If we ever need ed her help, nasist
i'nce and good work and wor-is. v e
need it now. Dear "Dreamer,'' for
the good you can do with your pen I
to your fellow-creatures, pleaso con
tinue sending us your art~icles.
We have an interesting nfi'
from the six Mile side thiH weeol, t1,i
we cannot give space to from the i'n-t
the author failed to sign his ne' to
it, as an evidence of good fait~h We
must kcnowv the name of the author of
an article as a means of rectifying
mistakes and keeping the record
sntraight
SHI
:h a
INISII
ing
.ost I
We
the
i n
>)ck
1y's1 TH
our
Lee
t is f
as
to. Bop
rld.
to
her a
Wai
F
EISRN
nishing Goods a spe<,
v Hlome sewing macl
The Liberty Township Singing
Association will hold the lIst sceson
for the Noir at Carmel church on the
fourth Sauday in October. All sing
era and lovers of music are invited
to come. P. C. Carttee, Pres.
R. L. Hames has made some~
ehangesa ini his rnrarket anid has pr't
in a line of fancey grocaJriesi, having
muoved1 thre stock from the (iarev
building, ile now has all of his
business aind hlp co~mbined, Mr. W.
A. Thomas, who had charge of the
groceiry depanrtmentI, bering with him,
and the trading public can now get
meat om groceries at all times. Andy
BowenD, who had charge of the res
tauranut, has been molived( up town
into the Cary building, where Mr.
Hames has fitted him up in better
shape than ever to cater to the eat
ing public. Mr1. H is proud of the.
patronage accorded him and hopes
to have it increased.
Mile Creek.
Health good and people happy in
this vicinit.
All ii t'in ~ imersiy in thre cottioi
WV. E, Thnmas amil famrrily weore
t ie gueLsts of Mri. riad Mrsr. Smith
Bowen, Sunday.
It F M auldin and( wife visited
rrlti ve nd friends near Liberty,
Sat urdiay and1( Sunday.
An accident occnued in front of
L k Dalton's house last Sunday
evening. Claude CJurtiN and Misses
Essit, and I nez Liumpkinr were out
ul'ng in a bunrgy, and the mule
hitched to) the vehieb- be caime frighit
enedi~ at Mr. D.'s doug, aind rearing
and plunging, threw Mr. Curtis and
the two ladies to the ground, bris
ing thoem severely. The buggy was'
badly torn un. Pan&rza Onil
)ES, I
K GC
A SN
/ALKO
S H
LRE TAKING TI
E BEST SHO
05O, 4, 4.1
ien Shoes for $6
Ol 0IIOOS, for it, $2.50
:ch for our
RALL ANNOUIN
7LeY
alty. Sole age,,ts c
ines, Iawes $3 hat,
0 f Season
occasions th~
hand painted
Ours is ey
with prices
~Piken
Foley's K~idney Cure
'flakes kidneys and bladder right.
BRIDGE T O L.ET.
I will Jet th i nidinig of at now bridge
on Twelve Milo River known as the
"Maw Bridge," nt 11 o'clock oh the 15th
day of October niext.
Plans andt speOcificaltiolCns mde known
onthat (lay.bi<Rsight resot vedl to reject
E.* E. LOOPER,
Supervisior.
Hasy Fever au.nd umer Cold,.
great beefit by tn king 1 ley's i oney
and Tar, as it stops difficult breathin imn
mecdiately and he 'is the inflatued air
pasIsages, and even if it should fail to
cure you it wvill give in.stant relief." The
genuine is in yellow pa'ckage.
Sore Nipples and Qiapped Hands
IA)
)ODS
opecialty
VE R
OES!
[EDAY!
E MADE
o, 5.
and $6.50
3., 3.50 & 4
CEMENT.
SO.
r M itclhell wa oils,
Royden, Walkovrr
able Gifts.
no gift that is
ppropiate for all
an high gradle
china ware.
~cellent collection
ight. See them.
3 Drug Co.
Notie of Election.
Pickens, S. C., Oct. 3, 19o~.
Whoreas a petition from ink w~
obol dlisltrict No. :31 haa been)j fin.j wviu
hle county board of edluction of Pikn
ounrty asking for an election to detit r.
nino whether or not a high schaool ah;i
>0 Cetabllished inl anid d1istrict.
Thlerefore, it is hereby ordere 1 that n I
d1ection be held in salid scehtol district
>n3 Saturday Oct. 19th at the courthouo
md thed board of trustees are he,-o. .y tp.
>ointed managers.
Th~e election to be clonducted in jj) .>r
lance with the "High S---ho! AM'.
>roved Feb. 19 1907.
By order of couty btoard o ehca
~ation Pickens counlty.
R.II L L UI~L.h.
Sec. & ChI (. id. IE-f.
Carload of ObeI~sk Flour jus~t re~cve
it El. A. Richev's.

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