I06ponings of X00cal and Persoual
Born oi the 17th instant unto
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cox a son.
J. W. Johnson, of Williams
ton, was in Pickens Tuesday on
.-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Moon, on the 13th instant, twins
-a boy and a girl.
'Forest Keith and wife visited
the family of W. T. Griffin in
Pickens last week.
.,Our good friend, J. E. Hill, of
Dacusville, was in town Monday
oii business and paid this office
an appreciated call.
B. F. Parsons is being missed
from his accustomed place at
the Big Store. He is confined
tD his room with the grip.
Mrs. R. L. Davis visited the
family of her father, W. 0.
Richey, and other relatives on
the Easley side last week.
Mrs. A. J. Boggs spent a por
&A A A tof Major
J. J. Lewis last Truesday night.
The Poultry Association was
rained out last week, but will
meet to-morrow, Friday, nigbt,
the 20th, at. 7.30 o'clock. A
good atteh4/nce is urgcd.
Richard, Nettie and Vicie Hill,
children of J. E. Hill, of the Da
oeisville side, spent a portion of
la.st week in Pickens, the guests
of-. their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Griffin.
.Messrs. J. T. Richey and Guy
MFall are in attendance upon
the district meeting of the K. of
P's., now in session at Walhallo,
they being delegates from the
Senator A. C. Latimer, who
Was operated on for appendici
tie, in a hospital in Providence,
R.. I., last Sunday, died this
morni'ng at 9 o'clock as a resuilt
of the operation.
John Hlendersoni, from Liber
ty, S. C., visited Mass. Kuyken
dall last week..Claude Dunn
and wife, of Liberty, S. C.,
spent a few days in this section
last week.-Selica Cor. Brcy~ a1 di
The Ormand Stock' Co., de
lighted a large audience at the
Auditorium last Wednesday
night. Two gentlemen and two!2
lodies composed the company <
and their renditions were fine I
and were-well received.
Pickens has on foot a move-- f
ment for a $6,000 Methodist
church, a $10,000 Lodge build- 1
ing and a; $25,000 hardware I
company, three things that are i
very badly needed-may she get
them all and much'more.
Presiding Elder W. M. Duncan !
held quarterly conference at the F
Twelve Mile church last Satur
day and preached a fine sermon I
there on Sunday. That night
he occupied thd puli 15 of the
Pickens Methodist church and 1
delivered a splendid serm on to a f
large and appreciatiue congre
The "High Art" clothing man a
was here last week and carried'
away' 50-odd orders for clothing.i
Moore & Mauldin are back of
these or'1rs and guarantee fit,
and 1tib action. They are by 1
this clothing like they are by<
everything they sell-it must be i
"just right" before they offer it
400 samlpies a
One of the lar
If youri suit is
right and wvea
to $i0. on a s
better suit an<
Last Fall wvas
intend to dloul
Call and inspe
save you 25 P
S3oke gents' for M' tchell Wagns (Chse
WValkuor and Zeigier Shoos--all winuojr.
See ad. o' Ho'der & Taylor 'n Animal ste
his issue. They offer sonme kirs seem to 1
are chances to buy some good jWe have 1
~rqperty at (lose figures. aet" Th,
Ernest Folger, buyer for Fol- South," a b(
:er, Thornley & Co., is now in r od of 300
~ew York, picking up the Jamestown I
ream of the markets in spring' want a corr
~nd summer goods. country you
Mrs. J. L. Bolt attended the soarces and
uneral of Mr-s. Smith Bailey in is che bno
inderson this w~eek. Mrs. Bai
iey was the grand-mother of IRev. D. L.
irs. Bolt and Mrs. J. T. Part two excelleni
idge f ourtown.Pickens Pre
idgeof or ton. jlast Sabbath,
Next Monday is court. T1here ing and1 the
s considerable business to be non A ti
Lttended to during this ses- pointment, tI
Ion. Monday is salesday, and Murch. the ]
ne tract of land to go on the be( commemon(
lock. *We invite all of our tory SCVVIUeS
riends while in attendance nigh t 1.he wee
ipon court to come to see us and on Monday n
nake the SENTINEL-JoURNAL of-' Ond Sunday.
ice their headquarters.
J. T. Langston has just ire- To Ne, Eotn
urned from a week's -visit to his1l ~
ister-, Mi-s. J. E. Smith, of Oco- AXcounht Marn
ICe county, who has been cr-it- ransca Fl
cally ill, but was decidedly im. announces the v.
)r-oved when ho , left. John trip. TIickets o
ays he had a splendid tr-ip 2, 28~~sltfhIn2:
) mring i-ain and mud; says he Oleans returnin
mnly found one mudholo-on the aihtMro lo
'oad, and It started'at his house For rates, doti
nd emptied into the -Tugaloo Japply to ne e
f Clothing from The International Tailoi
test tailoring establishments in the world
mide by The International it is made r
rs right. What is the use of paying a t
.)it for taking your measure when you az
I a better fit by having your suit made b,
We take your measure and .guarantee a
the best season we have had on this line
>Ie it this spring.
:ct our samples and let us show you hom
er cent on your suit.
Shioes, H-ats and Gents Furnishing Goods a specia
C~ity linggies, Ironi King Stoves, New Home Sowing
ries of nature fa- p
)vQfn showii by the ~J
Old and New P~
>Ok covering a pe
years-up to the ________
'xposition. If you -___
act history of the
live in, its re-1
>k, which we think
t sermons in the!
ther in the after- Fresh twice a w<
s next regular ap
e third Sunday in Guaranteed to 1i
lord's Supper wvill Come in and let
'ated1 and prepara- your land and st;
will be held every We have studi(
k before, beginning yusmtig
ight after the see- yusmtig
M.i bile and Pensecola,
Ii Graus celebrations iLt
,a., Mobile, Ala., and1
the Southerni itailway
ary low~ rate of one f1 et
25 cenits for the round
ni sale February 2Jth,
Lh, inclusive; March 1st
v'e, goodl to leave New
g not later than mid
h, 19108. Stop-overs al..Pi k
ied information, etc.,J
Ticket Agent or address1
sk, Div. Pas. Agt.,
Ln get a
p the In
rt & CO.
Machineo, Hiawcs'63. 00 Hats--Boydeni
ens Druog Co.
for Cabbage Plants.t
~ek from now until the season closes.
us explain to you how.,,to prepare
irt your garden early.
cid this business carefully and can tell
mls Drug Co.
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