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Clthig, Shes Has and. Gent
Shes Ht and ent
Pur.e ew Orleants syrup 5t0c the
*gallon at D B. Cooper's.
A. B. Walker, of the Upper-End,
killed a male pig recently, weighing
*68 pounds. , . *
-J. L. Reeve, of Anderson. county,
~as in Pickens, Monday. He .in
forms us that he has purchased the
JV Griffin property, near Liber ty,
lid will locate there.
There will be a Bazar for the bdp
MIdt of the school in the store room
formerly occupied by J. F. Harsis on
the evening of December 18th. There
will be fancy work for sale, Ssh-pond
and other amusements for the' chil
dren and refreshments, consisting of
ters spper, dessert and coffee.
All are invited to come.
,Mrs. R. Callaway & Co,, of Liber
ty, have an ad in this issue that will
appeal to the lady readers of this pa.
per, They are selling out their en
ties stock at cost. Read the ad and
note the prices quoted. This stock
is a new one, all of -it this seasons
creations, and you miss the chance
of your lifetime If you do not take ad-'
vantage of this sale.
-J. V. Griflin, ef Liberty, R. 1, was~
in Piokens, Tuesday, paying taxes
and straightening up his affairs pre
Iparatory to moving to Sartanburg
ne-t ,week, where 1)e goes to educate
his children. He has been an hon
est and hardworking man and has
accumult~t d a competency, and
C -- that point
als that lhe
b c. aing and en
.a We wish
him well. The Sentinel will follow
him to his new home and keep him
ponted on Pinkenn county rd~hirs.
E HEAR a lot of ta
has ever felt it.
pers everybody d
Our October and No1
years. The reason ot thl
Goods bought right sell 1
Look out for Decemi
for this month. We are :
prices for December that
We will not carry any of
bargains we are offering
Flannels, and Blankets.
your winter goods now a
Big stock of Furnitu
Don't forget that we
will do it, YOURS
s' Furnishing Goods a Specialt:
:s, The International 'I ailorini
The County Farmer's U nion will
meet with Prater's Union on Tues
day the 10th inst. fAll Uninws' are
requeste4 to send delegatts.
N. D. Taylor was kept very busy
Saturday taking the pictures' of tie
little dorlings; the bigger dears and
i very few "bears"-at least they are
Siveet Mixed Pickles 25c per qt i
D. B. Cooper's.
Miss Irene Clark has closed her
term of music at Li berty, and will
leave for hier home in Etberton, Ga,
ah' the 14th instant. She will spenit
ber holidays there and at Oomer and
A~tlanta,. resuming her * duties as
teacher, iof music at. Liberty about
Holder & Taylor, real. estate deal
are and stock brokers come to our
solumns this week with an. advertise.
mnent soliciting your business They
have some good property to dispose
of and the price is not high. They
sut up the earth in the way that the
purchaser wants it and you cannot do
better than get a slice of Pickens
y. P. Wakefield, manager of t'ne
Pickens Delicatassen, appeals to you
throogh the columns of this paper for
a share oj ycur patronage Hie servesa
tirst class meals, lunches, and soft
dririks and handles fresh fish and
ovaters, sells fruits, cigars and tot no.
Dos and fancy grocerias. His place
of business is under the Sentinel
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Garrett, of
Oentral, R 2, was in ickkeris, ast
week, and while in town they enlieri
at the Sentinel-Journal and Mr. (G.,
who is a progressive merchant of thle
Six Mile section, placed an order
with us for stationery. We prevail
ed upon Mrs. G. to send the picture
f her baby over to place in our baby
k of hard timei but we don't believe I
1'he farmer is too prsperous And when
rember trade has far exoeeded any
a Is, we buy the very brat merchandise
er. We haven't had any cold weather
fixed for it and can fix you for It, and v
will close nearly our entire stock of V
it through the winter if low prices will
in Clothing, Shoes, Overcosts. Hats an(
d another big shipment -of Dress Good
Don't put off shopping tilt our stock is
nd avoid the rush.
*e, Stoves, Hardware. Turn Plows, Bug
are going to make this month a humiu
i. Sole agents for Iron King
r Co's line of Clothing, the be
Atmore's minoe imeat 1I lb th
25c at ). B. Cooper's.
Theodore Lewis,*f( Si. Mile. eel
brated ThinkagiiaR 'by =.in1gbte
og a porc'ne weighing, 451 pound
Cracker-Jack l4rand coffee 21 ]
tina 500. - Satistaciory or your non
back , .D. B Cooper.
Wmn. Reeuondj, ths U(ech anjit
bastasn ad in this paper' calling attei
tiona to his lineof wiork. .We c.-ui<
er him a good work man and thin
you will. fipd hiro-so.-.
.On account of rain the meeting<
the Twelve Mile Unaion to have bee
held on the 28th ult. was pos.tpone<
It is called to moet on the 21st insi
at 10 o'clock at Mounutain Giros
church. Everybody come as unfil
ished business of imeportance is to I
Straight Laguara Coffee 1 lb tii
25o at D. B. Cooper's.
Prof. .Tohn 0 N.'ield has sent in
very lengthy communication for pal
liention under the title of mutual vi
itation. It ii directly addressed I
teachers of Pickens county and who
stripped of its frills, flounces at
furbelows, andi - oil. d down, ti
wbole thing, In. a nusnetwil it' that I
is g->ing to pay ctat- iw cools ini tt
countyL a visit aand will p',t in ti
mouth of December ou the job. E
will advocate mutluaL aid and beWt
methods of teachi..g amon4 I bis clat
of workera and work up ftaamore A
cure feeling of frienadship among I]
teachers, pupils anid patrouns aand ii
fuse new ideas into the work
Lceaching--put it above the mero pii
of moneoy making. At each school L
will dlhcuss views antd plans oif schIOt
management, governinzg and discip
uniug, and the possibahlties of tb
bright minded school children of tb
Hersch's Pickles and Chili Sauca
all sizes at D. B. Cooner's.
hat this country
the farmer pros.
trade of previous
and buy It right.
yet but look out
le propose spaking
linter Goods out.
move it. dee the
I Gents' Furnish.
s, Outing, Jeans,
brolken but, buy
gies, Surries and
r and our prices
Stoves, New Home Sewing Machin
3t tailoring concern in the world.
is Durkee's Salad dressing 8 oz bot- -N
ties 35e at D. B. Cooper's. 01
P- Born t.a Edgar Alexander and wife w
I farm of his father-in-law, 0. P. Field
on Twelve Mile, and will have charge
of the homne place another year.,~
W. B. Jlones of the Oolenoy section
was in town, Saturday and reports d.
k that old Pumnpkintowvn is coming to p
thnA front$: Snys5 everybody has made u,
good cro'pa and are correspondingly y'
Q ilte a number of our subscribers
havo he'en mn recently and moved up er
the date's on their paper a notch, for se
wbieb we are thankful. 'Were you ci
amfuiong th's nnmber of the blessed of C
the earth? a
aOnr contest is creating no little in
tereit. Every subscr'ber who pays a
adollar grets a c-supon entitling him to
200 votes, whether he resides on any di
routs or r ot, and be is privileged to fr
cast it for any one of the carriers he m
chooses to --and the same roles apply M
dto the townehip aind scholarship m
econtestants. Pay up and start some Lh
ecarrier not yet. started; ho stands as at
egood chance to win out as those who pt
eare already entered.
eB. F. Parsons killed his fine 11. ~
r toontha-old pig Tuesday. It weighed
is 555 pounds andl from it was gotten F.
e- 135 pounds of lard and a'-washpct" co
w f sausago and spareribs and back of
,- bones are spead out all over his house. of
>f it was as fine a pig as will be killed er
a this season anywhere. Ben knows lai
e how to raise big hogs. This editor p
d and( family has been liboraily remem- th
.bored by Mr(a). Parsons and wve are p.
enow rendering thanks for backbones, no
e spareribs and sausage. Our thanks Al
are tendered Mr(s) P. for these cour- a
tesies and our only regret is that th
(sihn hasn't anothe no to kil ,o. a
as, Hawes $3 H ats, Boyden~,
[rs. .T.. H. Moore. and daughter.oe....
Liberty, are spending -the winter
ith their dauighter - and sister, Mew.
Don't fail to glance over our
rtising column~s..tLbis. week.
al newv faces appear and lots of -
es .are changed'- -It-will 1ee th
onotony- to r ad thein all.
Our country correspondents are
ing us proud and we are very e..
eciative of their efforts to furnish
with the news. Let us hear fr
u as often as possible--it is inter
ting stuff' to all of our readerp.
A. B. Taylor, surveyor, topograph~
,has located in Pickens ready to
rye you at any time. Ho is n ine
vil engineer, a graduate -of Clemeaic
lle~ge and all of his work is omde,
d true arid accur ate. When in
ed of lines run or established eE.
nm if you want the job doneringt.
o. P. Field was in Pickens, Sokju
sy, shaking honds with bis mawy
ends, He informs us that he hzas
ade excellent crope on bit r&ha
lie Rtiver Farm. Capt, Fidia III
3ve to Pickens in January to get
e benefit of our excellent schiooke
d will occupy the Youngloo
operty in West End, Hie wfl
obably buy in the Bruce 'Jtmenft.
Miss Alma Olayton, of LA erfy'R.]~
D. 8, who has been keeping our.
nteat lively in that sect in, winne
the prize for ladies at thut openirg
the contest, and leading for anoth
one, etcle a march on lher frieids
it Sunday and carried off' a unt re
ize" in the game of matiimny~ im~
B form of Mr. Henry N. wton, Iner.
F. Crawford was alccessoryi~ nud
w the office force is wond.;n . if
ma intends to capture every prizeo
a young couple its l'est nishe s f >r
ong, happy and prosperous like.