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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, January 02, 1908, Image 7

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Walkover ~~andZile4h
sc.
Cohng, Hes a tif and vistin
alkovinAnerso and reernvie
HA.ig Bruc ancld esnalh
holdas th Mr. B. isarertdite i
LawrenceHDater and wife are visitn
nrelatives n nEsey i. 3renilae
sde, A. Norit, spent the olay
dayies with ies n reatlles.n
Wee hArue andurf, spent theoi
odays with Mr. famil ofahet une
O~ne visn wife areh vist
Eina reativson aosley were3 nda
happiey PareAh.JoeN .
Miss Maud Robinone an excelhent
pr.sin Picken hfis. &drltvs
-rsA..rf Nas oe'hi ofGamily
toe PChaten andf pe clnt thei
dansewt hel famild y h A.le
Bishey. Ovebihalffof the2peopleiof
EParons wecorn wele where
hapi. a.ieton,eeA agnes for P.
olaig book and bienousintPhil
adeSShad Aie anlents atya
inollwn thrvco of rCaoined
paies m' -ik.u i ncag
of the GSeori as moe hiwil g
to Pice-sandi ae or uing e
tI hey Onbhl fth.epeo
GOO
BETTE
E HEAR a lot of talk
has ever felt it, TI
pore everybody doe
Our October and Novei
years. The reason of this i
Goods bought right sell thi
Look out for Decembei
for this month. We are fbj
prices for December that %
We will not carry any of it
bargains we are offering in
ing Goods. Just received
Flannels, and Blankets. I
your winter goods now an
Big stock of Furniture
Wagons.
Don't forget that we a
will do it. YOURS T
CR)TI
:s' Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
es, The International Tailoring
Mrs T. W. Cochran,of Pickens,R. 2,
is reported quite sick.
Mr, and Mrs, Green C. McLeskey
viaited relatives in Pickens dur ing.
the holidays.
J. F. Banister and wife, of Liberty,
spent Christmas with the family of
R. A. Bowen, in Pickens.
Miss Addie Hiott, a most charm
ing young lady of Easley, spent a
portion of the holidays with friods
in Pietiens.
Mr0. Jule McWhorter, of Ensley,
is visiting at the home et Mr. and
Mrs. d. F. Singleton, on North Broad
street.-[rKeowee Courier.
J. F. IKown, who half been spemd
ing the lasttwo years in Piekenq,
reading law, is. on a visit to his sister
in Asndersoif. He is in bad lioalth
and will probably go from theme to
IFlorida before his r turn to Pickens.
Mies G3ussio Hubbard, local editor
of thme Pickens SE NNLdoUngas, is
visiting-in Anderson for a few weeks.
She will be missed by the readers of
THE SERNTINEL, as her 'columns are
always interesting.-[Seneca Far.(&
Factory..
|The many friende of Capt, Row
land in this vicinity will he~ ple.ased
to read the following freom the Ke,-.
wee Courier; "Capt. W. TVh'nutu
Rowland, 'condnetor on the Southern
llaulway between Charlotte and Tay
lorsville, N. C., was preren ted un
the 2t.st inst., at Statesville, N. C.,
with a set of solid silver in a teauti
ful case. The donors were the vol
untary firemen of Statesville, for
wvhom Capt, Rowland lias worked on -
tiringly far the success of their
"Everybody's Day." T1he gift was a
splen did one, and it was highly appre.
ciated by Capt. Rowland. ie is one
of the moat popular men in that sec
tion of the North Stato, and all who
know him share in his pleasure cn1
this interesting occasion."
R ACC
of hard times but we don't believe that
te farmer is too prosperous and when the
I.
nber trade has far exceeded any tra
Is, we buy the very best merchandise an
3mselfves.
We haven't had any cold weather yet
ed for it and can fix you for it, and we pi
ill close nearly ou~r entire stock of Wint
througli the winter If low prices will mo
Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats. Hats and Gi
another big shipment of Dress Goods, C
lon't put off shopping till our stook is br(
I avoid the rush.
,Stoves, Hardware, Turn Plows, Buggies
re going to make this month a hummer al
RULY,
10RN
Sole agents for Iron King St<
Co's line of Clothing, the best 1
Waltr r J Boggs, of Liberty, was
n town Saturday
Dr. T. W. Hunt, of 'rT.wnville, vis
ted relatives in Pickens ias week.
Mr. - Findley hus moved to the
[ason Gillespie. place 'in West.End,
which he has recently purchased.
H. A. Riehoy hah moved to his
bome which he lias recently remod
tIed on the corner of Cedar Rock
Lfnd Factory stres.
J. R.-Ash more and M. S Nimmouib
tre both confined to their rooms
'ith aggravated attacks of grip. It
a sincerely to be hoped that they will
oth soon be at their piosts again.
C. L. Cnreton, who has chargw of
hbe constabut ry-is Charleston, spent
~he holidays .withu his. family in Pick
mns. Mr. Curetoti hears the di's
inction of being Ik6e best man ever
mn the force. ife left Tuesday for
he "city by the sea," where he wiil
remain until spring..
W. M. Henry, register of deeds of
rransylvania county, N, C.. accona
panied by his wife, who was Mattie
Williams, of Easley, are on a visit to
relatives in tha& county. Mr. Henry
was in Pigekena f. r a fewv hours last
irriday and wa'. very rmuch~ surpused
it the strides this lowa de~ mraking.
We are not runing a conteqt, and
giving away valuitle premiums for
the funi of the thop; it' is a hua-ness
proposition withi usi, and is dlone to
Lcolect up our accounts. It wouldJ
cost us as much to enud out a col
ector and hound the people for ount
money, but we like to ke- p a friendly
feeling with the popl~e but cannot do
30 at the sacrifice of our money.
Now, friends, get busy, come on and
pay your bills, cast your votes and
make your c rrier and some contest
cant for township prize and scholarship
prize happy! Start the new yearI
right by paying for your paper up tof
Yannary. 1909.
VIES
)MING."
this country
farmer pros.
le of previous
I buy it right.
but look out
ropose making
er Goods out.
ve it. See the'
)pte' Furnish
luting, Jeans,
ken but buy
Surries and
id our prices
L6Y
ves, New Home Sewing Machin
:ailoring.concern in the world.
Be sure. and write it 1908.
Edwin Earle is quite. sick aud not a
much hopes are entertained for his 31
recovery.
J. W. Sheriff is getting his plant I
in good shape and is turning out h
some finely-dressed lumber.
G. P. Brown, of Greer, and Jarnes .k
Grogan, of Chick Springs, are visit- 3
ing the fatmily of J. M. Nealey, in h
Pickens.
Rev. N. (G. Ballinger preached an p
excellent sermon Sunday to a large b
atA *.ppreciative audience on the an.- a
niver2sary of Christ.
Miaces Mona Boggs and Bessie 1
Cochran, of Calhoun, spent a portion a
of the holidays in Pickens with their I
conin..fl Miss Meta Boggs. 1
Misse~s Pet and Mattie Findley and
M~r. -- Hall, of Andereon, visited at La
the home of J. T. Partridge last week. e
Miss Mattie will remain awhile with lt
Mrs Partridge, who is quite sick. I
Watch night, or Ne w Year'si ser-.
vices, were held in the Methodist
chuech cn Tuesday night. Appro- c
priate talks were made by Rev. N G. E
Balinger, J- E. Boggs, C. E. Robin- la
eon and J. T. Tavlor.
Clifford R. Parsonsi, of Flowery i
Branch,Ga.,accompanied by his sister,
Jessie Mae, of Liberty, visited the c
family of his father, B. F. Parsons, la
this week. Cliff. is looking well; the t
life of a Georgia cracker agrees with
him.
There will be a meeting of the ~
board of stewards for Pickens circuiit
at the office of Hon. T. J, Mauldin,
Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The a~
following gentlemen compose the I
board: T. J. Mauldin, Rufus Ash- i
more. J. M. Gillespie, J. F. Aber
crombie, W, J. Gravely, A. E. Kelly, a
R. B. Byars and Elisha Gilstrap. .t
All members of the board are respect- a
fully arged to attend. j
N. G. BALLIGmRn Pastor. Ii.
es; Hawes $3 Hats, Boyden,.
M'ss Alma Smith, of the W'
ide, spent the bolidavo -
i Pickens.
Hosea Allgood,
'exas, is on a visit t, .dzraity OW
is father, W. B. Allgood,,of, 'sIu.
Mjsses Christine 8tierfen an1
'lorence Bowen visited relativ a;
rorris and Cateechde duriig it
olidays.
Good bye, 1907; 'oty aro. o3 ?he
ast. Welcome, 19'08'-may yow.
ring plenty, peace, prosperity, jowy
id happiness to us all.
A dance at J. TI. Richey's t&us
hursday night and one in theiran
ser Folger, Thornley & Co,'s.. sae,.
'riday night. were greatIir ejoy&,
y all those who attended.
Dr. 3. L. Thornwell, a i?l'isyp~
*yterian divine and highPithiac- 341
i#, died at his hxme at Fbrt Yii.
ist Sunday, aged about 6O@ you*~rs
Hes life work was spent ia, the m~fr-~
ry of South Carolina.
Married, Dec. 25, at the resi~,nan.1
f Jenkins Hndeon, Miss BWb.s
pearman and Mr. Claude Hodem,,
'oth of Pickens county. M. E.. Mai'.
ar, N. P., performedi tlie ceremsny
a his usual happy mnannom
The Christmas holidy'1siuva' y~wsse
fr , very pleasantly and' quies-- .asd'
ave been greatly enjoyed--be' ewary.
ddy. Sociables, dances and'~r ,u:cy:V
arties have been the soureen membs,(~j
pleasure to our young peop ~.r.O >
howe hope, have been .yauy
enefitted by this social inter'.or4o
The Pickens Railroad ali-- e.4y ho
Y completed ta Easley and: f.w.*tVP
u~ilding one just L:elow 11 be e:1.iy
s P'ckens, and when donE, i ' on LL
uit running the engin "Ir,-.: m (
nd forward" between- u . two
>wne. The road is a's 4*:~ a
do track to SherifT'e plaut,. 'vhien
ill facilitate the hllt(1ing-4 '.: thee
imber shipmnents of hi il..

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