All committeemen connected
with the Pickens County Fair
Association are requested- to
meet at Pickens, in the Court
House, on Friday, Augugt '28,
at 4 o'clock p. m., A full attend
ance is desired, in order tht t
nothing may be left unfinished
that might contribute to the
success of the Fair.
T. J. MAULDIN, Pres.
Miss Carrie Hutchins, of Lib
erty, Is visiting Miss Lillian
Irene Clark in Elberton, Ga.
The infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Baker, of Pickens,
died last Wednesday and was
buried Thursday at the family
Ruth Rebecca, the 8-months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Holder, of Pickens, died
on the 24th inst., and was buried
the day following.
Miss Lillian Irene Clark, of
Elberton, Ga., will arrive in
Liberty, Saturday, to resume
her class in music. Mi is Clark
is a splendid teacher and has a
number of scholars who can
attest as to her efficiency.
We are requested to announce
that any church wishing the
fall meeting of the Pickens Co.
Singing Convention can write
to either one of the committee,
John F. Lesley, J. Frank Alex
der. R. M. Baker, at Easley.
p. m. Officers of the Grand
Lodke'will be present All Ma
sons in good standing -cordially
A. . Weib6i' requests us to
thank the people of the county
for the very flattering vote given I
him, and to state that his rec
ord is before them, and should
they see fit to re-elect him his
best efforts will be 'expended in
Among the amusement fea
tures at the .county fair will be
a moving picture show. The
Electrice Theater will be here
with its marvelous movig pic
tures and magnificently illus
trated songs. This is the great
est marvel of the age.
THE SENTINEL-JOURNAL has
received notice from the Boggs
candidates, in the county to ex
.tend their thanks totheir friends
throughout Pickens comity for
the very flattering vote given
them, and to assure all that
their support is highly appre
Latest reports from over the
/state indicate that Ansel is
elected. governor; Boyd is re
elected; Mellichamp and Swear
engen run over for superintend
ent .of education; Cansler and
Caughman run over for railroad
commissioner; Smith and Evans
run over for the Senate; Jones
was re-elected state treasurer.
In t'he county race, Mauldin
and Hinton run over for the
House; Moore and Welborn run
over for county commissioner;
Jennings and Roark run oyer
.for sheriff. In the solicitor race,
McSwain and Bonham run
over. As we go to press retu~rns
indicate that Aiken is re-elected
- to congress from this (3d) con
gressional district by a Very
Select the beo
fin your farm and fields t
s tow.. Come and see wha
your neighbor brings-it wil
help you to show the best yoi
have; it will help you to sw
what your neighbor brings
It will do you and you:
neighbor both good to ge
together and exchange ideas
give him your methods and gel
the best of his. Then the faih
will be as a school. All wil
be benefitted. Be a booster
Don't be a knocker.
All together for. the Pickene
Co. Fair. A. M. MORRIS,
Chn Farm and Field Com.
Mr. J. A. Peek, manager of
the Pickens Hardware Co., has
finished up his soreroom jusi
like he wants it and is daily re.
ceiving his stock of goods, con
sisting of shelf hardware, agri
Cultural implements, t:-ves,
guns, etc.; in fact, any hng
found in this line anywhere else
will now be found right here.
Mr. Peek was raiscd in a hard
ware stora and knows the hard
ware line frm A to Z. We
cominend him to our reides
and ask for him a liberal patron
age. Th's store will be oper
for business with a full line of
new go ds next week, and an
invitation is extended the peo.
ple of the county to inspect this
store during fair week. Watch
For his ad. in this paper; in the
meantime give him a call if you
are looking for right prices.
The Bethlehem congreg tion
is to build a commodious church
in the near future. The con
gregations have so far outgrown
fhe present building that a
t rter church is a necessity.
Rev. N. G. Ballinger gave no
bice at his last regular Sunday
norning mecting that he would
rneet the congregation on Mon
:ay afternoon to consider the
dvisability of building at once.
U this rference a proposition
was made to move the church
to a location on the Easley road,
but this was lost, and then the
vote was. made unanimous fo:
bhe present location. And. now
i now and better building will
go up here, where the Method
lsts hayve worshiped for more
bhan one hundred yeara, ani
making the fourth one et'ectei
within that time. R. B. Byars
T. Hi McWhorter and L. R
Durham..were selected a build
ing-committee, and Elleha Gil
strap chairman of. finance comn
mnittee. About $500 were sub
scribed by those present, an<
the committee will proceed a
oace to the, building. The pas
tor and people 'are shappy ove:
the prospect of beihig in thei:
new church by the 'end of th4
Set Good Example.
.llvery parent is like a looking-glasi
for Children to dress themselves by
Therefore parent. should keep th4
glass bright and clear, not dull anl4
spotted, as thqir example is a rich iti
beritance for the rising generation.
The Genial Host.
"So that you may all have a goo
time," exclaimed the genial host,
am not having soup served. fier
will be no e*try anid no water bli
cults with the cheese. I guess all th
other stuff can be eaten quietly."
A Wife's Position. /
In England the wife is the queer
in France the companion, in German
the housekeeper, and in Italy th
slave, is the burden of an old sayinj
ia America she seems to be a litti
of all the others.
Itaians of the poorer class are note
for their geigeral good health. Thi
Is to some 4xtent attributed to th
fact that the working people of Ital
eat less meat than those of any othe
RE you goil
on any o%
need of r(
travel with? Ar
first class order,
We have so
and durable, for
A full lin
Some of the
ever seen displa]
can be made up
To see then
West End. r<
ig away for a vacation or on business?,
er night trip? Is any of your apparel oul
p1enishing? Is your St:it Case, Bag <
e all the hundred and one things needed
or do you need any of these necessaries?
me Suits in the two -and three-piece kin
travelling, whether for business or pleasu
.e of Negligee Shirts, St
Eats and Summer Undei
handsomest Suit Cases, Grips and Trl
red-all at the lowest possible prices tha
i is to be convinced.
YOU GET THE
P they say its a shame to butcher prices like he d
Just scooped in a lot of fine clothing, about, 100
pair alike. No matter to you how I did it, they ar
the price, $1.48 for $8.00 pants. $2.98 for $4.00 to $
lot of stuff, bran new and made up by the best ni
anything from a fence.rail to a wash tub. Come <
Several hundred bran new veets, mostly small nue
Black PepPer 10o lb., 20 nutmegs for be., Oil 1t
bacco for $1.00, until I get Nady to quit it.
Best sugar cured hame get prices, mine I to 2c
bers, preserving powders. I don't ek for your
Bring me the produce-id t1
CountryHams, T D
A special pre-inventory or give away sa
to close out SUMMER GOODS, to win,
make room for FALL and WINTER G'
Beginnlng August 1st we put the knife
All of our printed wash goods that we
are now offered at 7 cts. Short ends ai
price. Men's and ladies Underwear ha
goods share the same cut. Men's and
will be sold at cost.
I have the reputation of saying what we
Are you going
6f repair or in
>r Trunk fit to
for traveling in
I, light weight
inks you have
.t the materials
oes it would be near the truth.
) air pants in the lot, no two
here and going like hot cakes
3.00 pants. This is a "swell"
anufrcturers. I can fit most
tuick while your size is here.
Libers, so is the price.
c, and 20 plugs Bun o'red to
lb less. Frult jars, caps, rub
trade unless I can save you
le, but the time has come
:1 up Summer business and
DEEP in the price of all
sold at 1o and i2y; cts.
id Remnants at one-halI
ye been reduced. White
women's low cut shoes
mean, and doing what
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