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T SEN EU JORNA.
Entered April 23, 1908 at Pickeus, 8. 0.. as seoond oe as Mtter,. nuder act of Congress of btarob 8, 1879.
VOL. XXXVIIII ?ICz~i, OUTH CMOLINA,I ?IDAY ARIL, HQ 1909 NA, 3.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
Miss:Maud Ashmore is nurs
ing at the bed side of Mrs. T.J
Miauldin who is quite ill.
Miss - Whitmire, of Green.
ville, .is visiting her sister, Mrs.
F. A, Finley, in Pickens.
Quite a largi crowd from Pick
attended divine worship at Six
Xile chui-ch Sunday. A large
crowd was present.
. Rev. Ballinger is meeting
with breakers in his effort tc
conduct his religious servicee
this week. On Monday night,
the show, on Tuesday night, the
lecture under the Lyceum com
mittee, and Thursday night the
lecture under the auspices of the
Baptist Women's Missionary So
ciety. We have not heard what
will be the attractions for Friday
and Saturday nights to deflect
the crowd from the church.
~Verily, it seems that his lines
have been cast in hard places.
Office of Lyles & McMahan,
Attorneys at Law, 1215 Wash
ington St., Columbia, S. C.,
April 13.-Business Manager of
Journal, Pickens, S. C.-Dear
-ir.-I owe your p-per a bill
fhm 1.("02; I forget the exa t
amount. Please let me know,
as I wish to pay it. I never in
tended to neglect it so long. It
was for printing an article. I
have seen by the papers t1 at
you have been boycotted, and I
suppose collections of indebted
nie.ss would come in well.
Yours, JonN J. McMAn1oN.
The following announcement
has found its way to this office:
"Mrs. William Stokes requests
the honor of your presence at
t'he marriage of her daughter,
Anna Moss, and Reverend Len
Darby Gillespie, on the after
noon of Thursday, the thir
tieth of Airil, at four o'clock
at home, Early Branch, South
Caroline." The many. friends,
ini Pickens, andl the county, the
1:ome of his birth, will read the
above anouncement with gen
iiine pleasure and rejoice that
Leo will take unto himself a
rih. A pastor is not a good
shepherd to his flock until he
has an helpmeet. Here's hop
ing that peace, plenty and pros
perity may shower blessings
upon the h tppy couple. Hi6
many friends send congratula
tions.
The Scott, Silverlake & Con
nor Show Co., under canvas,
and traveling in their owvn pri
v~ate car, hit the town Thursday
and stayed until Trusday morn
ino.., giving four performnances
-which were fairly well patron
i ed, but they should have had
b ter audiences. Their songs
and1 dances were good as wert
i heir specialties. Their contor
tion work, especially by one o1
tae lady performers, was fine,
as was also her "flip-flop" and
high-kicking work. Taking 11
all in all it was a good show
well worth the money and onm
which the ladies and childrer
could enjoy. Good crowd:
should greet them wherevel
they stake down. This aggrega
tion ye all jolly good people wh<
made themselves pleasant t<
everybody, both on and off thi
stage, while here, and the:
would play to much bigger audi
ences should they ever drive peg
in this town again.
Miss Helen Boggs, of Pickens,
is on a visit to friends in Wash
ington, D. C.
Rev. P. F. Crawford filled
his appointments at the Baptist
church Sunday niorning and
night.
Mrs. R. E. Oliv. r, and children
of Knoxville, Tenn., are on a
visit to her mother, Mrs. N. E.
Thornley, in Pickens.
Rev. Sam P. McCarty re
quests us to announce that he
will preach at Fairview, Sun
day morning next, at 11 a. i.,
and Gap Hill, at 3 p. in.
Dr. A. C. Spain, a well-known
dentist, of Greenville, will arrive
in Pickens on April 21st, for a
few days' stay. He conies
highly recommended. He can
be found in Dr. Bolt's office.
A good lot of communications
have reached us too late for this
issue; they will appear next
w aek. We appreciate the ef
forts of our correspondents to
I help us make this a good paper.
At a meeting of the Pickens
U. D. C. last Friday it was d( -
cided to celebrate the third of
June by a reunion of the old
soldiers and speaking in the
court house etc. A good orator
will be invited and one moie
happy day for all is anticipated.
"Every little bit helps" and
those of our present subscribers
and the new ones, who have
come forward with their money
have our thanks. We will try
to "deliver the goods" to them,
and on time at that, from our
office in Pickens.
J. L. Moon, who was stricken
with paralysis last week, is
much better, being so far im
proved as to be able to go to the
table to cat, with a little help,
and is getting so that he can
talk fairly plain, again. His
many friends will read this good
news of him with joy.
This paper absorbed The Jour
nal, a. Farmer's alliance organ,
and assumed, as far as was
consistent, the policy of th e
Journal. Its columns have al
ways been open to the farmers
for discussion of measures, and
is more than ever, standing up
for the agricultural interests of
our South land. We use, each
week, all of the stuff furnished
by the Farmer's Union Publicity
Bureau and if our readers .care
to write anything for this col
umn they are at liberty to do so
-we will find room for it.
The many friends of J. Wal
ter Langston and Miss -Dora
Hinckle will- learn with pleas
ure of their marriage last Sun
day morning, 12th inst., by Rev.
D. W. Hiott, at his residence
in Easley. Miss Hinckle is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas
Hinckle, of Pickens, and Is a
very charming lady, who, by
her sweet disposition, has made
many friends, who wish her
*much joy in wedded blies. As
for Walter Langston, every
body knows him, and know
'there is nothia~g bad to say of
hica and nothing too good lut
what it could be e aid. The ha p
Spy 'young couple are now at the
a home of the groom's pa'ei. s
r and are receivin : the congratu
.. lations of their many friendsfo
Sa long, happy and i prosperous'
voyage through life.
New Crisp
In Full
Some pe ple say " thes
"Hard times"y are thle be.
a little more than her n
timies ill the World for 1's
more than your monvy's
to select from--bought
C ASH at the lowest casi
offer you
Very
on all puichases in R1
We have everythitig 11
Notions%._, Ho..siery and Um
a Panama r Voilh Dre
My prices are all spc
You will find e11c inl V
for EIG1TEEN YEAi11
A. K
WVest End. .Ci
Norra.Is B 4
To the Readers of
The merchants of Pickens can b(
we wish to say to the trading public t]
buys goods to sell and not to lie on tl
No old goods on hand.
Low Prices, Honest Weights and
Ballard's Obelisk Flour at $53
Two boxes of Shells for 75c.
Everything else in proportion.
-Our Millinery Department is con
Satisfaction guaranteed or mnone)
A 1 kinds of country produce taken.
It will pay'those living at a dista
Come one, come all,
NORAIS. SC
Spring Dry I
Blast He
e are hard times." su
it times in the world to
io(n'b s worth; and th<
to )rIve that We are
worth. We have a big
since the fall in prici
i price, therefore we ai
Low Price
0ODS and SHOE
at a Lady will need
Ierwe"a r, from a 5c. [I,
al: "Onc Price TO A
est End, where I have
. PAK
'een-Frille. - -
The Sentinel-our
>ycott their own town paper if the'
.bat the NORRIS B3ARGAIN HO
ie shelves of the store.
Fair Dealing is our Motto.4
per barrel.
~pete Ladies cordially invited tc
back it you want it.
ce to come here for what they wa
Yours for business,
.RICE,
UTH CAROL
oodsI
re.
ppose they are.
offer a woman
y.are the best
giving a little
stock for you
As-bought for
-e prepared to
S
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in Dry Goods,
indkerchief to
L Lo."
(lone business
.use.
nal
r wish, but-right here
USE, at Norris, S. C.,
Prices move goods.
inspect our stock.
Near Norris depot.
.nt.
,IN A.

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