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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, July 30, 1908, Image 4

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raMMMa DYEar TRUBIDAr oMata.
-BY
The Uentlnol4our aawm@ny
TQMPsoN & RIonar. Pawr.&
J. L. 0. THOMPSON. Efses.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annutn.
Advertising Rate Reesonable.
Batered at Pickens Fustofmlce as Second Class
Hall Matter
PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1908.
Satisfactoril, Settled
The many readers of this paper
will be pleased to learn that all
differences between the mer
chants of Pickens and this paper
have been satisfactorily settled.
A committee has informed the
editor that a majority of the
merchants, in the best interests
of the town and county, and to
create a better feeling among all
concerned, have declared that
'the agreement between the mer
chants is no longer binding, and
the so-called boycott is called off.
J. E. BOGGS
Hon. Julius E. Boggs is an
aspirant for congressional hon
rs. His announcement appears
n.this paper-that is proof that
1"e is in the race-and his friends
are talking his candidacy, and
that is how we know. We
know another thing, that is that
he has pitched his campaign onj
a mighty high plane an(d is go
ing down after the office on his
merits-no mud slinging, no
abuse, no villification of his op
ponent, but a clean, clear-cut
statement of facts, and his rec
ord as a public officlal, which is
a hard :one to beat. Take his
recerd as solicitor, see how he
has fought single-handed and at
a great disadvantage on many
important cases and invariably
gained a conviction. There are
cases too numerous to mention,
but the court records are:full of
them.
Would you beat him if you
knew his election hinged on
your vote? Think well of the
position you are placed In. He
is your friend and your neigh
bor-a Pickens county man,
born and bred here-and pride
in your own county having rep
resentation should cause you to
cast your vote for 'your own
county man.
Mr.. Atken concedes Pickens
countyr to Mr. Boggs, just as
Mr. Boggs concedes Abbeville to
Mr. Aiken. Each county ought,
and will, give to her favored son
the best recommendation she
can--a solid vote.
You should not count either
man out of the race, but do the
best you can for the men of
your choice, but be loyal in your
choice, and let what Mr. Bogge
has done in his circuit, be of
great value to him in gaining
votes for the position to which
he now aspires.
j We feel tha* Pickens county,
C'and'especially the readers of this
paper, feel as we do, and we are
Sbut voicing an expression from
The effect of naa
You catch cold
4down bicaiuse of the
easthenku b yo e a
?,#I *RI00teTes
ulwe 00Y ti
not AtM.Aiken, bt hy
will not'vote against Mr. Bogs.
M etings of Candidates for Solloltor.
August 1-Easley;
4-Reedy Fork;
5-Li'ckville;
6-Fairview;
6" &-FountainInn,8pm
8-Liberty;
10-Williamston;
10-Piedmont, 8 p. m;
11-Pelzer, 8 p. m.;
14-Pendleton;
" 5-Ccntral;
17-Chick Springs;
" 18--Tigerville; ,
". 19-Westminster;
"4 20-Traveler's Rest;
" 4 21-Honea Path;
22-Anderson, 4 p. m.
We have agreed to the fore
going schedule, and respectfully
ask all papers to publish this.
P. A. BONHAM,
A. H. DAGNALL,
M. C. LONG,
J. J. MCSWAIN.
A pardon signed by President
Benjiamin Harrison turned up
the other day, after having been
lost by the postoffice for 18 years.
It is better late than never, but
the convict, who was serving a
sentence in the Ohio peniten
tiary and was released 17 years
ago, may be thankful that it
wasn't a hanging matter.
- Read and
Keep Posted
We will sell YOU 20 yards of
good Chambree for $r.oo.
20 yards of a good quality
of Apron and Bonnett Ging
hams for $r .oo.
A 'nice Dress Shoe for a
lady, worth $r.5o, for $1.25.
We will sell the remainder
ot our low cut shoes at a dis
count of 25 per cent.
We will sell you- a nice fig
ured Lawn worth r oc, at 8c yd.
Good Pants for men and
boys, going at a sacrifice.
Pants worth $r -50, going at
$1.25, and boys pants as low
as 25c a pair.
Come and see our goods
before you buy.
Don't forget to bring uzs
your .chickens and eggs.
Bring us yourr remnant of
cotton seed, we will pay 85c
per hundred pounds for them
anu want -500,00o pounds at
once if we can get them.
Yours for business,
J.lH. Brown & Son
LIBE~RTY, s. C.
Wofford College
H ENRY NELSON SNYDER, A, M., Lt. D.,
LL.D., Presleut
Nine Departments; Library and Libra
rian; Gymnasium undr competent Di
rectorj' A thleic Gro.unda. Next $ession
begin. Sept 16. F~or catalogue addregs
J. A. GA MEWELL, 8eoy.
tSpartanburg, S. C.
Wofford College Fitting School
Spartanburg, S.-C.
Hligh Grade Preparatory School
Well equipe plant. Two lare dor
mitories an4 one recitatio,. buidn, all
brick. LUmited school: small ces
otha~ ruaonable. 8eesion~ begma Sept.
'Spartahiburg, 8.' c.
aasts.aIong time.,
easly or become
aftbr effects of malagia.
w.elf with S.$cgf'
BOo. A1~ $1.,0.
N"
RE you going ai
on any over ni
need of replen
travel with? Are all
first clas order, or d4
We have some
and durable, for tmv
A full line c
Felt Hati
Some of the han
ever seen displayed
can be made up for,
To see them is t
CREE
WHERE Y
WHAT. THEY IV
SAY ABOUT thelot
HARRIS
- ba4
bei
Read This, ThC
The Great
InM
To close out quic kly we are
Another lot Soc shiri~s at 35
Men's undershirts ra~d draw
A big lot ladies' vests, the i
Heay to suit any one ati
lotwlthstanding we are right in
hemo. You should s e our 8
iad anting to equal tis.
EB BROIDERIES.--.We dc
cents up..
The prettiest waist fronting
vay for a vacation or on busines'
ght trip? Is any of your appare)
ishing? Is your4 Sit Case, B,
the hundred and one things nee
you need any of these necessar
iuits in the two and three-piece
ling, whether for business or ph
>f Negligee Shirts,
s and Summer Un
dsomest' Suit Cases, Grips and
-all at the lowest possible price:
o be convinced.
r HSC
m.NVILLE, S.
OU GET Tki
they say its a shame to butcher prices like
Just scooped in a lot of fine clothing, abot.
r alike. No matter to you how I did it, ti
price. $1.48 for $3.00 pauss, $2.98 for #4.00
of stuff -bron new and made up by the bee
rthilg fr'om a fence rail to a wash tub. (Xi
regal hundred bran new vests, mostly srnall
Muack Pepper 1o 1b., .10 nutmegs for 5c. ,(
unorl unt et ready to q it.
Bes. ured hams ge prices mine I
s, preservng 0owderp. I don't ask for 3
ney.
Bring me the produce and
Country Hams. T O i
IST EN
ink it Over and
*st Values Ye
Ien's Top Shi
.now offering a lot of Men's $.i,o
cents.
ers, good quality, at 25 cents and
5c goods, in seconds at .wo, 3 f
hie lowest prices that prevail,
mer Dress. Got
the midst-of the season, we have
'-3 cents ginghams, which we ar,
not handle the "trashy kind,'' be
Sto be seen any where.
K. PA R
? Are you going
I out of repair or.in
,g or Trunk fit to
led for traveling In
es?
kind, light weight
!asure.
Straw and
lerwear
Trunks you have
i that the materials
HILD
C.
E7VALL
he does it would be near the truth.
t 1000 air pants in the lot, no two
y are here and going like hot cakes
io $8.0O pants. This Is a -"swell"
t manufg-eturers. I can fit most
me quick while your 's:z is here.
numubers, so is the j.rict.
il 15cj and 20 plugs 4nn cured to
:o 20 lb-less Fruit jars, caps, rub
our trade unless I can save you
D). HARRIS
Come Quick.
t Offered
rts.
o shirts for 70 Cents each..
So cents a. garment
- put-the price-knife deep irn
selting for 5 cents. Never
t give you' good-goods fronm

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