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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, September 17, 1908, Image 3

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Bolt & Co., adve t1 trussos
and clahn to fitany ce of rp.
ture.
Mrs. Tecoa Earle, of Central,
Is Visiting Mrs. G. W. Earle In
Pickens.
E. B. Lathem, of Easley 1.
F. D. 2, has moved his family to
Greenville.
Miss Cathleen Wyatt, of
Brushy Creek, is visiting rela
tives In Pickens.
ZVErybody is at the fair and
there is very little localbhappen.
ings to chronicle.
Mrs. Aaron Boggs, of Cal.
houn, is visiting the family of
her soni, A J. Boggs. in Pick
ens.
A full account of the Pickens
County Fair, including commit
tee reports will be published
next week.
N. B. Moore requests us to
thank the good people of the
county for again electing him
commissioner.
The smiling face of Jas. .X
Gantt, of Charlottesville, Va.,
is to be seen on the streets of
Pickens this week.
W. T. Jeanes and wife and
Frank McFall and wife, of Pick
ens, spent a few days at Table
Rock hotel recently.
Messrs. G. W. Dorr, J. W.
Thomas and M. F. Hester have
been' appointed commissioners
for Federal elections for Pickens
county.
The Piedmont Band, compos
ed of 22 pieces, are rendering
stirring music at the Pickens
County Fair. This is a good
band - and it makes splendid
music.
The agricultural and stock ex
hibits at the Pickens County
Fair, it Is claimed by those who
know, will compare most favor
ably -with any state exhibits
yet made. .
FOR SALE-79 acres of farm
ing land, one mile from Catee
chee cotton mill; two-thirds of
the land open; all cultivatable.
Write for terms. T. H. POSEY,
Columbus, N. C.
Rev. L. D. Gillespie and wife,
of Edgefid, are on a visit to
relatives In the county. Leo
preached an excellent sermon In
the Pickens Methodist church
last Sabbath morning.
People from all over the state
have come to the Pickens Coun
ty Fair, and conservative esti
maters place the attendance for
the three days at between fif
teen and twenty thousand
people.
So far, only one accident at
the fair, and that an unavoid
able one. Tuesday, as the ox
race was being arrenged, one of
the oxen became frightened and
tore'loose from the buggy, caus
- ing a horse to also break loose,
and both ran a neck-a-nd-neck
race up to Main street, where
the horse swerved and struck
Capt. J. W. Bramlett In the
back, khocking him some dis
tanco. Capt. B.. who Is ad
vancing in years, was stunned
-and severely hurt, but was later
able to be moved to the home of
his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Hutch
- ins, at the Pickens mill. While
he is still quite Ill from the im
pact and the shock, the physi
clans are of the opinion that he
will recover In a short time.
His friends hope he will soon be
out again and deeply sympa
thIze with him.
em l be an aidslng
cfg amp Creek ghtueithe
fourth Sunday in September.
All lovers of music are cordially
invited to come and bring seng
books and well-Oilled baskets.
Married, on Sunday evening,
18th inst., at the residence of
B. H. Williams, Was Loul E.
Fendley and Furman l. Looper,
both of Pickens. county; Rev.
,W. 0. Seaborn officiating. Their
many friends extend 'to then'a
congratulations.
The baptizing at Griffin church
last Sabbath was well attended
and the largest crowd ever on
the ground was present. Nine
hundred vehicles was counted
and the crowd, cobservatively
estimate4, was 8,000. There
were 80 cahdidates for immer.
sion.
The Pickens Railroad will
operate a special train to Easley,
Saturday, the 19th instant, on
account of the John Sparks
shows. Leave Pickens at 7 p.
m., sharp. Round trip is 50c.
Get tickets at the ticket office as
soon Saturday as you can."This
is a good chance for everybody
to go to the show and the rail
road should have a good crowd.
The whistle will blow five min
utes before leaving time.
The whole family and the dog
are in. Pickens this week.
"Scenes at a County Fair" are
greatly in edidence and all are
having the time of their lives.
On all sides are heard words of
commendation of the great suc
cess of the Pickens County Fair
and the hope that it may be a
permanent organization, and
the promise that next year the
exhibits WILL BE worth a
week's trip to come and see.
The ladies of the Methodist
church at Pickens gave an en
tertainment last Friday even
ing, which was liberally patron
ized. The entertainment was
held at the residence of Mrs. B.
A. Hagood, and an entertain
ing and interesting programme
was rendered. Refreshments
were served, and quite a hand
some sum was realized, which
goes to the Parsonage Aid society
of the Methodist church. In the
programme, the ladies of the
other denominations responded
most helpfully and freely, and
their assistance added material
ly to the success of the evening's
pleasure. It was altogether a
most enjoyable experience to all
who participated, and all went
away charmed with Mrs. Ha
good's hospitality.
We are requested by the Presi
dent, E. H. Craig, to state that
a meeting of the Pickens Coun
ty Poultry, 'Pigeon and Pet
Stock Association will hold a
meeting in the Court house on
next Thursday, the 24th inst.,
at 3:30 o'clock, sharp, railroad
time. All members are urged
to be present and to bring the
naies of prospective members.
There Is lots of business to be at
tended to and if the show on
the 2d, 3d and 4th of December
is a success all members will
have to work hard from now
until that time. Let there be
a full attendance at this meet
ing as all committees must be
appointed and work arranged
for them and plans formulated
at this meeting to make the
poultry show as much of a suc
cess as was the County Fair.
All members come enthused and
prepared to help make the next
show as much of a success as
was our first one.
vas atmedy over sixty
61d--Aror's Cherry
eyou hae
Ne~fdt~eeused
.We# faays es p s ;
cIae r S atoutIt.
Sunmum for Rehef.
(Compla1nt not Served).
State of South:Carolna,
Pickens County.
Uourpf ommon Plea.
J. D. M. Keith, ;a Executor of the las
will and testameutof M.D. Keith, de
ceased, Plaintiff,
against
E. F. Keith, W. C. Keith, J. R. Keith
Lula Jones, Nano Ferguson, Mary
Tall enphr Kelth, Jaret M. Keith
J. L.K=th. Margset Ferguson, San
dacy Burgess, M1itba'Evatt, Angelini
Rice, Joe. A. Keth, Mary Clark
Wwdy - Woda ,.N. A. Keith, W, Cal
via Kith, S. C. Keith, G. W. Keith
Maty Roper, Bliss Edens, Sarah T
Jones, Rebecoa Roper. John S. Hen
dricks and Lula Roper, Defendants.
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in thii
action, wh ch was fled in the office o
the Olerk of Court at Pickens, S. C., the
5th day of August, 1908, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscriber at his office a
Pickens, 8. C., within twenty days afte
the service hereof, exclusive of the da,
of such service; and If you fail to answei
the complaint within the time aforenaid
the' Pli.ff in W4.'ction will apply t<
the court fi n,. ..demanded in th
complaint.
Dated Auvust 5th, A. D., 1908.
C. E. OBINsoN, Plaintiff's Atty.
A. J. BOGGs, C. C. P.
Here is Relief for Women.
If %ou have pains in the back, Urina
ry, Bladder or Kidney trouble, and wan
a certain, pleasant herb cure for wow
an's ills. try Mother Gray's AusTRALIAI
LEAF. It 1s a safe and never-failiri
regulator. At Druggists or by mail 50(
Sample package FREE. Addres, Tl
Mother Gray Co., LeRoy, N. Y. f2O
Norris
W HU A Tr
That we have bongi
can save you money
We haven 't space t<
right here to famili
thing in our line: V
Come and get yovr
We want to say to 1
bought 75,000 shells
- Our
Ladies Jnekets and
Boys Suit s at $1.25
Dry Goods at a pric
Our line of Ladies I
We want to say to
you to comie to the P
[ wat to thank the
given me and assure
to nmerit ii continuaun
Come to see me t
goods for less mnoney
Propriet
H. ~ iR L.
Farner.
SAFE, SO@Ukb NE
OPENDD BUS"fl0
capital stool
Farmers Bank ol
Has ever facility of handli
solicits the accounts of F
Manufacturers, in fact, the 1
PEOPLE;,
Savings Dei
Call now and let's make
you have an idle dollar,
have you entrust it to our c
Intereat paid on time dep<
$i .oo starts an account.
HERE TO DO
If at any time you should
an accomodation of us, youi
careful consideration-.
CENTRAL ROLI
Has on hand several cars of Hull
Cotton Seed Meal $1.50 -per sa
Cotton Seed Hulls @ 50c. per
Seventy-five barrels of GOOD
Every sack guaranteed.
CENTRAL ROLLEl
9 ~ J. T,
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Bargain
WE BEI
t our Fall Goods right
on all of your purdhase
say much about prices
es who want a bill of a
Vc are in shape to mak<
flour.
he boys who want to 11
and are selling them at
' Stock is Full I
Cloaks from $2 up.
and on up.
e that will move them.
iats are all in.
>arties living at a distai
Jorris Bargain House te
goodl people for the libe
them it is appreciated
cc of same.
better goods for the san
. Respec
'RU
or Norris Bargairl
NORRIS. S. C.
0.
8 NOV. 6 19 $
ng your bsinoess adt.9
irmers, Merchai n
lusiness of ALL
niewdenltbetn
we shall be please4ti
are. Five per eent,
)sits.
BUSINESS
find it necessary to ask
needs will receive our
,ER MILL Co.
s and Cotton Seed Meal.
ck.
hundred pounds.
FLOUR at $4.90 per bartel.
Come at once.
R MILL COMPANY,
ASSAWAY. President.
[louse.
I.EVE!
and know that we
but we wvant to say
ilhoes, cloth, or anly
Syou a rice.
tunt that we have
75c. for 2 boxes.
Jp.
ice that it will pay
buy your goods.
ral trade they have
ndwe will strive
ie money and more
tfully,
House

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