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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, April 09, 1908, Image 5

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BapPenings of a Local and Personal
Nature.
Mrs. P. H. Boggs is on a visit
to relatives in Easley.
Mts. W. L. Jenkins is visiting
relatives in Greenville.
C. E. Robinson made a busi
ness trip to Liberty, Saturday.
Candidates are beginning to
bud out along with the early
roses.
Miss Mattle Lebby, of Green
ville, visited in Pickens last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hagood
are visiting the latter's I arents
near Elberton, Ga.
Rev. B. E. Grandy is at home
after an absence of two weeks
in Bamberg.
A big crowd of the Pickens
people attended the all-day sing
ing at Enon last Sunday.
See the new ads this week;
our space is being gradually fill
ed up by those who realize that
advertising pays.
Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Lib
erty, spent a portion of this
week in Pickens at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Bowen.
The Wonien's Missionary So
ciety of the Baptist church will
meet with Mrs. Middleton Hes
ter, Sunday afternoon, at 3.30
o'clock.
Rev. N. G. Ballenger delivered
a fine sermon to a small but very
attentive congregation at the
Pickens Methodist Church last
Sabbath night.
The Pickens Chapter U. ). C.
will meet at the home of Miss
Maud Ashmore at 4 p. n. Fri
day. An interesting progranme
has been prepared for the occa
sion.
Bal. Gi veley, a prominent
citizen of Pickens county, has
recently been on a visit to his
brother, W. W. Graveley, of
this vicinity.-[East Fork Cor.
Brevard News.
At a recent meeting of the
Civic League Mrs. Gilreath and
Mrs. R. R. Roark were elected
delegates to the State Federa
tion of Clubs which meets in
Greenville, May 5-7.
A good crowd attended preach
ing at Secona Sunday, it being
communion day. In their pas
tor the church seems to have a
very consistent zealous, and con
secrated preacher.
Mrs. T. A. Allen, of Pickens,
who has been confined to her
bed for several months, is repor
ted worse, and will be carried to
a sanitarium in Greenville, as
soon as able to stand the trip.
R. L. Davis and wife spent a
portion of last week with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 0. Richey,of the Easley side.
While gone Mr. Davis purchas
ed a nice wagon for hauling his
bottled goods to his customers.
The board of county commis
sioners at their meeting last
Tuesday agreed to extend the.
time for the payment of com
mutation road tax to the first
day of May next, provided the
same is paid to the county
treasurer.
We are happy to state that
Miss Viola Gilstrap, Pickens
R. F. D. 1, who won the schol
arship prize in our late contest,
is now taking advantage of the
same at the famed Business
College and Shorthand Institute
in Atlanta.
Do Y
If you wili. leai
wantl, oinly on:!. . &
1 want to 'tuiud
on a fresh lot.' 1
k mw everv Oi 1,
Woufldyou buy 11
stocck food? Mv i
have n Jittle mr-re
niolva every suck.
ed T.co sl 3.d .
market. Do you
there Is a bettt'r %m
goed a 1411VWwitv' v
c'.e.r. nnd I J11 w
that me s a aiythi
" 1i1 t it A eti i i
P# as,'Bacon. etc.
uin -i ting. The
2 !-2c Ball Threi
Fish this tile.
Batk at. I
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And You W
By celling on us before bt
lisk Flour (and another sh
Tobacco, Molasses, etc.
Bring us your Corn, Peas
you the very top of the mar
If you haven't tried our Ei
Healing Powder, and Heav<
all size packages from the 2
Our personal guarantee g
We also want to sell you
Perfect" Fence. Prices fron
Our motto is Honest Wei
u Buy Oil?
P your 5 gallon can with me I will have it filled for 65c.-If
*I(; I will sell it for Lor 15c.
up it little better trade on Cottolene--will make you a close I
ki Sold a great many stoves in Pickens county and so far
ask g!v(-n satisfaction: A few on hand now at a very close p
) Ilas Salta for 25c. and-5 lbs copp5ras for 25c and make your
1. ad caught a govd many flour customers. Now I propos
iof your flour trade. For $5.50 I will sell you a barrel and p
Your moiey back and pay for hauling if you are not deli
ou a aide of bacon for about 7 8-4c. per pound on the pr,
want a gLo-l wagon? Well I sell the "Thornhill." I don't t
n.ion on the market; certainly none or- better ironed, and
i II a wagon. If I cAn make 5e. or $1.00 on a job that'
illifig to work chap. I will e'Ive more attention to prodiu
'ng you lisve- t' Nol. I will buy it, and pay the cash, it
ep'red to lindl y ur Chickeis, lggs. Butter, Hams,
A id I will buy (;imsenq. Star Graes, Beeswax, Tallow. Ho
-er.' best washing Soap, 7 for 25c. Ferry's Seeds, 5c papel
Ad. 2c for 30 halls, white or colors. I won't mention the
r. D. HARRIS.
lie old SaRd.
R GOO[
XRE RIGHTI!o
Prices are right
Weights are right
Treatment is right
ill Do RIGHT
ying your spring supplies. We have a nice'1
pment that will be here in a few days).,. Suga
e, Beans and in fact any kind of saleable prc
ket for everything.
>r. Hess Stock and Poultry Food, Louse Ki
Powder, you should do so at once. The Sti
5c. box to the 100o pound sacks.
oes with every package.
your wire fencing. We are agents for the ce
1 4oc. per rod up. Any height and weight y
shts and Good Goods." Come in .adse
- j
you
>rice
as I
rice.
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ght.
sent
Iink
that
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ce
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orn,
may,
s at
Salt
P44
tot of Ballard's Obe.
r.Coffee, Lard, Salt,
duce. We willigive
11er, Worm Powder, .
yck Food comes in '
lebrated "Pittsburgh
~ou want. 7
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