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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, August 13, 1908, Image 5

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-.W. White and family, ol
Anderson, are on a visit to Mrs
N. F. Thornley in Pickens.
J. %. A,hnire and family, of
Pckensu. art sijting relatives ir
T rc:ai I vani' county, 1. C.
Mr. J. M. Nimmo. 4is on a
fii 1'o the family of her son,
Ma r. Nimmons, in Pickens.
Th coun IIy campaign Is warm
iag tip a hotle and occasionally
you can hear a political discus
sion.
Miss Alice Finney, after a few
days visit at the home of her
father, returned to Atlanta Sat
urday.
McD. Baker will open a music
school at Concord church, be
ginning August 24 and continu
ing twelve days.
FOR SALE - Several thor
oughbred Rhode Island Red
Cockerals at $1.00 each. E. H.
CRAIG, Pickens, S. C. it
Mrs. W. H. Johnson is again
in Pickens, to the delight of her
many friends. She is stopping
at Mrs. E. A. Gilreath's.
Miss Irene L. Clark will open
her nusic class on September 1,
1908, at Liberty S. C. Studio at
the residence of Mr. J. C. Foster.
Lost .on the streets of Pickens,
one gold bracelet with engrav
ing on it. Reward if returned
to Monte K. Hyatt at Hiawatha
Hotel.
Full line of bicycle repairs,
such as spokes, rims, tubes, ce
ment, etc., and "solarine" for
polishing all metals.
H. A. RICHEY.
MA- T. B. R. Freeman, who
pending some time at
r of Western North
- eeturned to her home
in Pickens Tuesday.
The protracted meeting. re,
cently conducted at Mile Creek
church by the patstor, Rev. J. E.
Foster, is said to have been the
best ever held there.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Edwards
of Summerville, S. C., who have
been visiting Capt. and Mrs.. T.
3. Mauldin in Pickens, returned
to their home Tuesday.
Rev. N. 0. Ballenger is con
ducting a series of meetings at
Bethlehem this week. No doubt
much good will be accomplished
under his able preaching.
The candidates for county of
fices will speak in the hall at
. Cateechee, Saturday, 15th inst.,
beginning at 4 o'clock p. m.
Everybody Is invited to go out
and hear them.
* "Uncle Jerre" Looper, who
has been quite sick at the home
of his son-in-law,.-A. J. Boggs,
in Plckens, Is so far recovered as
to be out agair, to the delight of
his many friends.
FOR SALEr-50,000 good sap
shingles. Will deliver them in
Pickens for $1.85 per 1,000.
- Shingles clear of scraps. Apply
to JAs. 'WINCHESTER, Nine
Times, S. C.
Capt. R. A. Fisher has dis
carded the hand-car for the au
tomobile, and is now touring
through Anderson, Laurens and
Oconee counties, having the
time of his life.
*Brown & Smith, of Liberty,
passed through Pickens Tues
day with a fine drove (25 in
number) of beef cattle bought i
Jackson counity, N. C. 'lhey
were a nice lot and will be
shipped.
n and surrounding coun
tr_ Mfr. -Carman 18 postmaster
at Aiken.
Miss Grace Prince and brother,
Master George, who have been
on vs delightful visit to friends
and relatives hl Spartanbnrg,
returned to their home in Pick
ens last Satuiday.
Mrs. Mattie McLeskey, of Ab
beville, who has been on a visit
to her .mother, Mrs. Thomas
Bolt, In Pickens, for some time,
is now on a visit to relatives and
friends at Piedmont.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Baker and
family visited Warren D. Edens
on the 5th inst. and helped to
celelrate his 80th birthday. He
is hale and h'earty and does not
seem to be over 60 years old.
Mrs. Fannie Cannon, sister of
Mrs. D. B. Finney and Capt. R.
A. Fisher, died last Saturday at
Anderson. She was a noble
woman and had hosts of friends
who sincerely mourn her death.
Mrs. J. N. Morgan and child
ren, of Central, are visiting her
sisters; Mesdames Florence Gi if
fin and R. A. Bowen, in Pickens.
"Miss Minnie's" friends are al
ways glad to welcome her to
Pickens.
For up-to-date jewelry of all
kinds and for first-class repair
work of watches or jewelry, see
H. Snider at Easley. He carries
a nice line of goods, sells them
cheap, does first-class repair
work, and will treat you right.
Walter H. Griffin one of the
leading young business men of
Greenville, is spending a few
days in Pickens, the guest of
his mother, Mrs. Florence Grif
fin. Walter's many friends are
always glad to see him in Pick
ens. I
Large crowds from Pickens
and elsewhere are constantly go
ing and coming from Table Rock
Hotel...: E. F. Keith Is, treating
his guests fine and Js getting a
lot of patronage. He has a nice
place and it is a pleasure to go
there on an outing.
Mr. Sam Weiner, the optician,
is still in Pickens, and if you are
troubled with your eye-sight in
any way he would be glad to
have ye call on him at IWolt &
Co.'s drug stose. He fits the
genuine bifocal glasses and
guarantees satisfaction, and his~
charges are reasonable.
Pickens' up-to-date barber
shop, Messrs. Porter and Chris
topher, proprietors, have moved
their shop into the store room
recently vacated by the Pickens
Drug .Co., and have fitted up a
nice place. The rear end'will be
used by the Pickens Pressing
Club and a bath room for the
patrons of the barbe, shop.
There will be preaching at
Secona Baptist church Friday
night at early candle light, Sat
urday morning at' 11 o'clock,
Satur-day night, and Sunday
morning at 1L o'clock, the same
being Friday and Saturday be
Tore the fourth Runday in Au
gust. Everybody come. Rev.
Orr, from Greenville, will con
duct the services. Don't forget
the date. W. M. MURPHREE.
W. G. Hunter, wife and five
children, of Oconee county, vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrp. J.
3. Hunter, of the Liberty side
last week. While over, he was
the recipient of a-birthday din
,ner on Tuesday, August 4, given
by his mother, at which were
1many relatives and friends and
an enjoyable time was had by
those present.
paper.
Hon. Geo. $. Legare is :m.
proving his property in Pickens.
Carpenters have torn, down the
side veranda to his house and
have erected in its stead a large
p*a 22X86- feet., The lower
floor will be used for a dancing
pavilion as ocsion demands,
ortor other purposes as the exi
gencAO arise, While the upstairs
portion will be fitted up for a
play ground for the children.
The reports of the examina
tion for scholarships in Win
throp College are all in and ex
amined. The successful con
testants for Pickens county's
scholarships are Misses Laura
Rigdon and Beryl Martin. Pres
ident Johnson will as soon as
possible send out notices to all
students informing them wheth
er they will be admitted to the
dormitories and certificates and
trunk tag tothose students ad
mitted. \ 11
ElectricLights for Pickens;
In this issue appears a notice
of opening of books of subscrip
tion to the Ivy Light, Water
and Power Co. A. careful read
ing shows that this. company is
composed of progressive citizens
and business people of the town
of Pickens, and the.object of the
company is to build an electric
lighting system and to furnish
lights and power to the town of
Pickens - something that has
been needed for some time, and
something that the people have
been wanting, lo, these many
days.
The arrangements have been
made for the installing of a dy
namo and the poles will be put
up and wired as soon as possible
and the company expects to b
furnishing lights on the streets
and in the residences ofPickens
inside of ninety days. - Pickens
will soon be one of -the most np.
to-date cities in the country
eleci-,ic lights, water-works and
sewerage-and you just can't
keep her from it. Other towns
in the county will soon be fol
lowing her example.
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West .Ehd. cr.-enc
night near Greenvilleg fyphold
fever.~ He had just,. feturied
from the military enompieit
at .hattanooga, having been
I there as a -member of l3lythe's
Rifles.I
His remains were Interred In
Ebenezer churchyard last Sun
day. The burial was by the
Order of Odd Fellows of Mono.,
ghan and the military honors
of the Blythe Rifles, your cor
respondent reading the funeral
rites.
This young man was one full
of promise for a long, useful life,
and his decease seems to us very
sad. The parents and relatives
have the sympathy of many
friends in their sorrow, and
they also have a sweet comfort t
In his dying testimony, which
was an assurance of rest and I
peace with his Savior. We can- I
not understand the mysteries of I
Providence, but we know His !
ways are always right, and In
meek submission say, "Thy will
be done." J. E. FOSTER.
Stock Committoe Meets.
We are requested to announce
that the stock committee of the
Fair Association met on the 7th
instant at 4 p. in. and the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, To ask the finance '
committee to give us an expert
judge on stock. All persons
wishing to exhibit stock in the
coming fair will please notify 4
the committee on stock of
such as they may wish to enter
not later than 1st of September
so the committee will know who
will exhibit and what will be ex
hibited.
Adjourned to meet on 1st day
of September at 10 a. m., at
which time every member of
this committee is urged to be
present. W. L. JENKINS,
Chairman.
Bildge to Let.
I will let to the lowest responsible bid
der the building of a new bridge over
Twelve Mile River, known as the Secona
bridge, Saturday. August 29th, at 10
o'clock a. m.
Plans made known that day.
E. F. LOOPER.
td County Superv'sor.
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NC
special pre-inventory 'or give awa
close out SUMMER GOODS, to
ake room for FALL and WINTEl
aginning August r st we put the k
immer goods,
Li of'our prirhbed wash goods that
e now offered at 7 cts. Short en<
-ice. Men's and ladies Underwea
>ods share the same cut. .Men's
ill be sold at cost.
iave the reputation of saying wha
e say.
~ARK;'
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When1 thn
Theo it tisme to act
to study, to read, to exp
meti You wantto sav
heir,a*nd save it quickly
So naker up your mlild thi
very minute that if yourAhal
ever Comes out you will use
Ayer's Hair Vigor. It qiakea
the scalp healthy. Tho' hair
stays in. It cannot do. SOy
thing else. It's nature's way
The betia ofta testimedal1.
''sold for over sity yas
Ayers.. M..
It is said that a woman in the
WIiddle West dropped 14,000 feet
n a parachute the other day and
anded uninjured.
Ja L VALLEY,
1hysiia and Srgeon.
flhlce Hours 10 to 12--2 to 4
J J McSWAIN
L AWYER,
Cireenville, S. C.
M. C. LONG,
Attorney-at-Law.
)er Postofce, Anderson, S. C.
ractice in all Courts In SonUth Carolina
I. P. OAR EY, JR.
Attorney-at-Law
Pickens, S. C.
Practice in all Courts.
y sale, but the time has come
wind up Summer business and.
R~ GOODS
nife DEEP in the price of all
we sold at-o and 1254 ets.
cls and Rtespants at one-half
r have been reduced. White
and women's low cut shoes
t we mean, and doing- what

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