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Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents
Walkover and Zeigler Shoe
Call for Butterick Patterns.
Pickens Sentinel-Jouruali,
Happenings of a Local and Personal
Nature.
L Ib'
mney
Sweet Mixed Pickles 250 per qt at ?
D. B. Cooper's.
All gooda purchased from H1. Snider
will be engraved free of charge. I
Pare Newv Orleans svrup 50o b~e i
gallon at D. B. Cooper 's.
8 lbs good parched coffee for $1.00 .'t
D. B Cooper's.
'Cell and inspect H. Snider's line %f
new jewelry, cut glass, and silver, all of
which are, suitable for Christmus pres
ents. ...
18 lbs granulated sugar for $1.00 at
D. B. Cooper's. I
Durk'ee's Salad dressing 8 oz bt
tIes 85o at D. B. Coopera.
Toys, f eworks and fruits at Cooperts.
4*1 500 stock of Dry GoodsI
Am&dIttions for sale at cost at -the
T. D. Harris stand for the next 30
days. B. P. MARTIN. I
If holiday gifte express sentiment
jewelry is the thing to gite. I have.
a full line of qnality as well as quan
titv. In this lot you will find out
glass and silver for the bride and the
housewife. H. Snider.
-Bracelets, bracelets in styles and
sizes to suit every girl and lady and
prices to suit all purses at HI Snider's.
You will fipi lr'Ml and eh1 nl~9Pfl
beautiful desi :a ~ ,'*
odd patternse. i, .
net rings at F.
Fountain p. p.jI.~
and jewelry f' -*~
I will sell at i
Craig's place 1. '
horses and8 8 .
good weight ~
GOC
BETTE
E HEAR a lot of
has ever felt it.
pers everybody
Our October and N
years. The reasori of I
Goods bought right se
Look out for Decor
for this month. We ar
prices for December th
We will not carry any
bargains we are offerin
. ing Goods. Just recei
Flannels, and Blankets
your winter goods now
Big stock of Furnil
Wagons.
Don't forget that v
will do it. YOUR
eR,T
' Furnishing Goods a Special
s, The International Tailorit
We will take care of tlle poultr
how and fair next week, and publis
he winners.
The Gatherer columu this week i
ike the tucks. on underclothing-nc
ouch in sight.
List with and -buy from Holder un
['aylor-they are the medium in -thi
ountry between buyer and seller.
Miss Lida Thomnas, a mighty swee
ud charming little lady and a cor
estant for a township prize, wasi
o see us'Saturday.
Miss Pearl Da'iton, a very prett
and accomplished young lady of th
hlile Creek section of the county wa
ii to see us last week.
Ninety-one aores on the Bell Shoi
oad.. Holdei & Taylor will sell thi
>roperty dusing the holidays. Finee
arm land in Pickens county,
Note Holder & Taylor's ad this woelk
Chey offer for sale the Hughes farm. I
s a good investment for umiy one want
ng Sue farmieg land.
On the 18th instant county consti
>le Ailgood and town constable Rig
fin made a raid about. one and a ha
niles south of Pickfens aed seized fis
fallons of whiskey.
Darop Dr. Horton a postal and he wi
tall and do your chil~ren's dental wor
rhile they are at home for Christmas.
"Dreamer," a most excellent led
tud charming matron, a person who
t is a pleasure to know and a deiligh~
to convestse with, was visiting in~'tb
Rlub Saturday and called to see til
~ditor And "Uncle Zeke."
nt (E 1 itatement from the p01
-- - oet at Washington saa
o~' a1 a y 1st, 1908, the offic
I r-, '.i be raised from a fourt
h~~& the Presidential clas
a iorris will receive a salh
I' e r annum. The reaso
hbis . office is due to ti
n hs largely increased i(
is during the past yoe
h reached a point wher
i 92go in the Presiden tia
TiI
ER A CC
talk of hard time5 but we don't believe that
The farmer is too prosberous and when thi
does.
ovember trade has far exceeded any tra
,his is, we buy the very best merchandise an
1 themselves.
aber. We haven't had any cold weather yel
e fixed for it and can fix you for it. and we p
at will close nearly ot.r entire stock of Wini
of it through the winter it low prices will m<
g in Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats, Hats and G
'ed another big shipment of Dress Goods, 4
Don't put off shopping till our stock is bri
and avoid the rush,
ure, stoves, Hardware, Turn Plows, Buggief
re are going to make this month a hummer a
S TRULY,
HORN
ty. Sole agents for Iron King St<
ig Co's line of Clothing, the best 1
V W. A. Grebam, wife anrd children,
i of Atlanta, are spending the holidays
with the family of her father, M. F.
Hester.
t Take a peep at Holder & Taylor's
space. The Hughes farm Is at lust of
fired for sale. The price is low and
terms will be made to suit buyer.
-Misses Della and Nettle Gillespie,
two charming young ladies. of East
Fork, N. C., are viaiting relatives in
the county.
S. '. Brooks, who resided in Pick
ens t: .d year, left last Wveekfor his new
home in Greenuille He has bought
a farm nine miles belowv the city on
the Laurens railroad.
Miiss Josie Earle, who has charge
a of the Pickens Mill school gave' her
a ctollarS a Cbristnmas tree last Friday
evening which was greatly enjoyed
Sby all who were pessent.
'.'ere wilt be services at the Meth
odist church next Sunday at 11 a. mn.
-and 7 p. mn. There being no other
.services in town on this day a coirdial
Iinvitation is given to the (.ther con-.
e gregations of the 4town to attend.
From this date un'il yTnuuary 10th my
il -entire stock of Driy Goode, Millinery,
k Shjoes4, Hata, etc.., 'is for 7:In .at und be
dec 26t3 Noniu-, tH. C.
MisseH 1ora anld Emmiia Gillespie,
to'f the Twielvo Pile Lnotionj of this
e .countty, acoAmpa~nied by Emtum and
a Della Gillespie, of N~or h C)arolion, all
mighty pretty and swet~ youneg lad ie,
visited in Pickene Tues~day aned int
agrace and charm to this ohilce by
their presence.
h Pickens was full of a jolly, good
4. natured crowd of people last week
t- and they went home pieased with the,
n efforts our peoplo muade to give them
e a good time. Much complimentary
a rerparks was indulged in by them in
r. regard to the succes~s of the show and
B everybody wants another one next
1 fekll. It can be done-Pickens never
fails on any nndertaking.'
VIES
)MING.'
this country
3 farmer pros.
le of previous
d buy it right.
but look but
repose making
er Goods out.
Ove It. 8ee the
ents' Fdrnish
)uting, Jeans,
)ken but buy
l, Surries and
ud our prices
L6Y~
>ves, New Home Sewing Machi
ailoring concern in the world.
Miss Ola 'Richey is hel ping Ash
more & Nimmons through the holi.
iav rush.
C. T, Hughes has moved to town
and is occupying the Meares house
an Garvitn street.
The sports Saturday were well pat
l'onized and created considerable fun
and amusement.
Rev. P F. Crawford filled bis an
pointment at the Baptist ohnrch last
Sunday and delivered an excellent
aermon. .
All the youag ladies and gentlemen
whbo hove. been attending the various
sollegue have come home to spend
~he holidays.
T. .T. McDonald, who for the past
y'onr hans been an .employee of this of
gee, left Friday morning for his new
borne in Oconee county, where he will
eug~nge in farming for another y'ear.
Je-ff is a good, bandy, all-round man,
and we hate to give him np,
John I. Miller, who taught the
Pickense school last Pession, is now
professor of mathemnatios in Sterling
college at Greenville. John is a
splendid negro, one who knows his
place and has the welfare of his race
at heart, and a mant on whom you can
count on to make goud under all cir
cumstances. The, trustees of Ster
ling college did a good thing when
they added him to the faculty.
At the meeting of the County F.
E. and 0. Union held at Pickens in
the Masonic Hall last FI.riday the fol
lowing officers were elected; W. L.
Jenkins, president; A. J. Welborn,
vice president; G. A. Ellis, secretary;
W. C. Seaborn, chaplain. Melvin Ml.
Holder, Joel H. Miller and P. C. Car
tee were elected delegates to the
State Oonvention which meets in Co.
luimbia on January 221. 1908, and H.
D). Singleton was elected a delegate
to the National Convention to be held
in Nashville;amn
eeo
nes, Hawes $3 Hats, Boyden,
The fair, though small, was a grand
success. Theb agricultural and stock
exhibits were few but flue, and next
year these features will be all that
can be desired. it is the aim of the
fair associotion to oftfer cash prizes
for a lot of things, among which will
be . prizes for largest yield, by acrea,
of corn, cotton, wheat, oats, etc., as
wellI as for big hogs, fine stock, ettc.
There will be a good fair and chickers
sho V polled (ff in Pickens next fall
ndthat will "astonish the n'tives."
Notice
After Dec. 24th we wvill gin cotten on -
ly on Mondays of each week.
80t3 Pickens Oil Mill C.
Auditor's Notices
The Auditor will begin to take returna
for fsacal year 1908, on January 1st and
continue till February 20 without penal.
ty after which time 50 per cent will be
added as prescribed by Jaw,
Respectfully.
N. A, CHIRISTOPItER,
Cunty Auditor..
A. BRANDO N TAYLORL
Civil Engineer,
PICKENS, SOUTH CARiOLINA.
Surveying, Mapping, and Tiopograi .i
cal work a Specialty.
M. C. LONG,
Attornoy-at-Law,
Over Po
vePstofilce, Anltersoli, 8. (,
WILL-cJ
Practico In all Courts Ia Sonutil Carchina
FOR SALE
Will receive bids for saeof 5-rm
house and lot containing nite.IeaI 4)
an acro mo or less in the tov;gn of L a..
erty, S. C. until December, 1- I. Pur
chaser to pay for papers. Tes* 0, ie,
stated in bid. y. C. ty~
Bafinbridge, Ga. '
Notice.
All persons are forbidden to tY(a sa.s
my lands. N. 0. Cn i

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