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Uappeuings of a Local, and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bov, n are
both confined' to their roollis
with la grippe.
Capt. F. G. Mauldin, of tbe
U. S. army, was on a visit to
home folks last week.
We understand that Dr. J. A.
Cannon was cut .last Thursday
by Amos Sutherland at Pump
kintown. Very little particu
lars can be learned about the
B. P. Kelly gives notic o that
he has sweet potatoes for sale
te "Queen of the South." He
ii also some ol swine, having
two pigs, 3 months old, that
weigh 70 pounds each.
- All members of the Pickens
Poultry, Pigeon & Pet Stock
Asssociation are requested to
meet in SENTINEL-JOURNAL Office
Friday, March 13, at 4 p. m.
E. H. CRAIG, Pres.
Elliott Batson, formerly of
Pickens, S. C., has returned
home for awhile......Frank Bag
well and Furman Cison made a
flying visit to Pickens county,
S. C., Thursday last horse
trading.-Reba Cor. Sylvan Val
"The Enchanted Apple," an
operetta, will be given in the
High School auditorium, Friday
evening, March 13th, inptead of
the 6th, as lid been expected.
The proceedh to be equally di
vided between the piano fund
and the Town Improvement So
Miss Knight's nmsic class will
present "The Enchanted A p
ple," a. 3-act operetta, in the
High School auditorium, Friday
evaniug, March 13th. A ,mall
admission fee will be charged,
and the proceeds used on' the
To-day is moving day in Pick
ens. Three fa nilies change
places of abode. J. F. Hariis,
vho has bought the Mrs. M. J.
Harris property, now occupies
it, while R. L. Davis, who for.
merly lived there, has bought
and moIAved to the Ambler house
on the corner of Main and Gar
yin streets, while W. J. Bolt
now occupies the J. F. Har iis
Mr'. Andrew G. Wyatt, a pro
minent citizen of the county and
wxell-known merchant, died at
his home in Easley, last Tues
(lay morning, after a short ill
ness. He had been in ba~d health
for sonme time, but had been
able to be up and at his business
until last week, but a fatal ter
mination of this attack was not!
expected. The deceased, who
was 61 years old, leaves a wife
and nine children, besides a host'
of relatives and friends to mourn
his death. He was laid to rest
in West View cemetery, the (day
following his death, a large coni
cour'se of relatives andl friends
witnessing the obsequies.
Layii m's Miss'o-iary Mnmme it.
The committee in charge of'
the Layman's Missionary Move
ment in the Pickens Association
have arranged for meetings at
thie churches as follows:
Cross Roads-Third Sunday
in March, to be conducted b~y
the pastor and J. T. Traylor.
Mile Creek--Fourth Sunday
in Ma!1 to be conducted by
the r "4 0. E. Robinson.
C and Sunday in
Apri. -conducted by the
pastor, T 1. Hallum and W. J.
We buy nea
purchase you n
we carry the la
this part of the
Big stock c
thing needed ii
Call on us fc
goits for M rtchell Wo~gns. Chinse C
Waulkover and Zeiger Shoes-all winoetr..
Pleas'ant Grovec-Second Sun- HeI was almosi
day in April, to be conducted by and much la
the pastor and C. E. Robinson. knew him.
Mountain Grove--Fourth Sun- We would <
day in April, to be conducted by ents to Him
the pastor and R. T. Hallum . jgrace is sui
Mt. Tabor-Fourth Sunday in Endure your e
April, to be conducted by the i children. "'X
pastor and C. E. Robinson. I loveth He ei
Nine Forks--First Sunday in joice that you
May, to be conducted by the' in heaven.
pastor, J. T. Taylor and others. IThe intermi
Peters Creek-Second Sunday I Mountain (ro
in May, to be conducted by the' followinig his
pastor and C. E. Robinson. . (lI'wee
Cedar Rock-Second Sunday.~
in May, to be conducted by the* I1
pastor and J. T. Taylor. But some1' day
Cateechee-Third Sunday in In that. somi
May, to b:e conducted by the Blessedl JUeans.
pastor, J. C. Garrett andl others. InI your lovr
Until 1e he:mu
If this prograninue does not "The1( loved
suit any church, notify C. E.N llf
Robinson and it wvi'l he changed. Non tw* G
Death of Little Cartee Cantrell obei.1
Cartee, the 3-year-child of Mr. Tis hard t~o Pi
andMrs J.L. antrell, getting1 And ytwe
too close to the fire, the flames TIhey're( fr'ee
ignited his clothing and he wasi troubles
burned so severely that death IAnd are at
CiIone a fe~w hours later. His
mother, who was milking, hear- I To
ing his screamis, ran to his res- Thle Board of
(cue, b)ut lie was beyond all hu- gie notice that
nor pay aniy cli
man aid. . or not contrac
Little Cartee was a very bright1 before the work s
child and of grentle dispositon. '
rly every piece of Furniture in car load lots
us to save you at least 15 per cent on every
ake. A look at our line will prove to you that
.rgest line of Furniture, Stoves, Chairs, etc., in
Chairs, all sizes, styles, price;
Stovs from $ 7.0 to $35-0
Beds 2.00 to 15-00
Springs 2.00 to 15-00
Mattresses 2.00 to 15.00
Kitchen Tables 2.00 to 5.00
Dining Tables 6.oo to 12.50
Centre Tables -75 to 5-oo
Sideboards 1 2.50 to 40.00
Kitchen Safes 3-00 to 8.co
Washstand.3 2.00 to 10.oo
Dressers 5.oo to 25-CO
Suites 15.oo to 6o.oo
H dl Racks 3.00 to 17.50
Bed Lounges 8.oo to 17-50
Iron Beds 3.00 to 15.00
f Machines, Trunks, Mattings, Rugs, Art
Curtains ond Window Shades, in fact every
1 the house at prices thot can't be matched.
Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods a specialty.
ity Buggies, Iron King Stoves, Now Home Sewing Machuines, Hlan
idolized at hon-e
ved by all wI 0
who says, NyTPi k n
cient for thee."
hastening as wise - -____
Whomi the Lord
have a treasure
o~nt took place at
ye church the day
:onducted by Rev.
we wvill miss thee Seu o a
yT circle hecrc;
wve will caress thee Fehticawe rmn
iy land so fairGurnedtlic
mai~y you keep him~ oei n ltu xli
ig armfs so dear,
the sentence, yu adadsatyu a
)ines are ailt here." Wchvstie tisbi
(1 could give us yosoctig
grief in this sad
irt from those w
know 'tis hest;
Free Publiwekc.o n
tCome in and not us explai
LcfoWey nhav1~ ektuidtis buI
vrati n g i rest.l
Don -ommsine rs
E, F. LOOPER,
es' $3J.00 H1at-Boyden,
iW until the season closes.
to you how to prepare
iess carefully and can tell