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The Bentinel-Journal Company.
TuoMEN & RIBwxr. P801.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Bates Bessonable
Entered at Plokens Fuoff0O as Second olAs
PICKENS, S. U. 2
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908.
A great many of our readerE
may wonder why they missed
their papers last week. There
are several reasons. It used tc
be customary, and is yet to some
extent, for the weekly press tc
take holiday-skip an issue-on
Christmas week. Of late years
"legal" advertising prevented
THE SENTINEL-JOURNAL from in
dulging in this time-honored cus
tom, and the editor has it to his
credit that he has never failed
to get out the paper some way
and some how, ever since he has
been connected with it.
This offce is short on hands
and long on job work which had
to be done-contracted for be
fore our last printer decided to
listen to the siren voice of anoth
er publisher. Our presses and
machinery needed some repairs,
and a shipment of paper failed
to reach us on time for our reg
ular publication day. There
are 53 (Thursdays) publication
days in this year (and we only
give 52 papers for a dollar) and
as a ,consequence we had to cut
out one somewhere.
These are some of our reasons
for not issuing last week. Any
of them are good ones, so take
County Union Condemns Night Riders.
Whereas, some newspapers
and other enemies of the Union
have been placing this "night
riding" to the credit of the Far
mers Educational and 0o-opera
tive Union of America, be it
Resolved, That we, the mem
bers of theF. E . nd CU. of
A., of Pickens county place our
selves on record as condemning
the acts of night riders or any
other unlawful means to ad
vance the price of cotton.
E. M. BOLDING, Pres.
G. A. ELL~s, Sec'ry.
JOEL H.. MILLER,
Farmers' Union at Central.
The Farmers' Union at Cen
tral, S. C., in meeting, Sept. 25,
1908, unanimously adopted the
Resolved, That we are bitter
ly opposed to any so-callet
or lawlessness of any kind t<
raise the price of cotton.
Resolved, That each and al
of us will use every effort, t<
bring any guilty person or per
sons to justice for any of th<
Resolved,' That we as an or
ganized body of farmers are no
fighting any man, set of mer
or corporation unjustly, but w
-are working fpr the bettermien
of .our own interests.
.J. M. LAWRENCE,
J. W. NEAL,
C. G. ROWLAND,
Biggest Bargain of Season.
Cheap for quick sale--An $85
twelve-horse .power, two-sea
runabout,'one cylindel', with to:
and lamps complete. Just re
built and repainted. Just l k
.n~w pnd. good as..new. .ular
anteed topoiib~ any Ni bl
f $1,500 Al l take
part cash, and balance'1.trade.
* hat have you to offer? Write
quick. -If you are from Mis
sonri, come see for YOurself.
It's the biggest bargain ever
offered in a runabout. A dem
onstration for tJie asking. Ad
dress, JomN H. WLIANS,
Greenville, S. 0.
Mrs. I. M. Mauldin, of Pick
ens, spent the week-end with
her parents in Central. '
The fall term of the federal
court for the western district of
South Carolina convenes in
Greenville, Oct. 20. The docket
for this term embraces some in
teresting cases in addition to the
regular trials' for violations of
the "revenoo" laws. Among
the list of grand jurors is that
of B. E. Grandy of Pickens,
while the petit jury list contains
he name of J. E. Hagood of
To Chicago, Ill., and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 1st to 8th,
inclusive, limited Oct. 30, 1908'
New Orleans, La., and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 7-8-9, In
clusive, limited Oct. 24, 1908.
Birmingham, Ala., and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 18-19-20,
inclusive, limited Oct. 26, 1908.
Milwaukee, Wis., and return
Tickets on sale Oct. 8-14, in
clusive, limited Oct. 21, 1908.
Denver, Colo., and return
Tickets on sale daily until
Sept. 30, limited Oct. 31, 1908.
For rates, detailed informa
tion, etc., apply to Southern
Ry. ticket agents, or address
John L. Meek, A. G. P. A.,
Atlanta, Ga.; J. C. Lusk. D. P.
A., Charleston, S. C.
HIGH - GRADE CLOTHING
A houee consigned me a lot of highest
grade tailor-made clothing with orders
to sell. You will recognize it as from
one of the best tailor made clothing con
cerns in in the United States. I offer it
for a few days only at following prices:
$35.00 at $15.00. $25.00 suits at $12.00.
$20.00 suits at $10.00. $20.00 overcoats
at $10.00 and $10.00 overcoats at $5.00.
These goods are all bran new tailor
made, and right up to now in style and
A few more of those fine pants at less
than half the wholesale price.
I am not ready to quit selling oil at 15
cents; pepper at 10 cents; nutmegs at 20
for 5 cents, or good 10c. tobacco at 5c.
I want 100 bushels of pindars; 100 bu.
onions; 1,000 pounds of dried fruit, and
chiokens and eggs.
T. D. HARRIS
Notice of Sale by Executor.
By virtue of the power granted me by
the will of the late Durunda Waldrop, I
will sell to the highest bidder at the late
residence of the said deceased on the
29th day of 06tober, 1908, at 11 o'clock,
a. mn., one tract of lamnd containing thfr-.
ty-nine (89) acres; also one tract of land
containing one aore.
Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHN T. HITT,
HA B LSAI
. a innazan a.
N eraew Nf$ e~@pa
Notice of Partnership
The undersigned hereby gives
notice that on the 25th day of
July, 1908, they formed a part
nership as provided by Chapter
39, Code of Laws of 1902, for the
purosyo doing a general mer
caxitile buiesin the town of
LietPickens County, South
Carolina. Said partnership to
continue during the pleasure of
either or all, and to be conduct
ed under the name and sjyle of
R. C. Robinson & Company.
b , ,R. C. ROBINSON,
T. N. HUNTER,
30-6t J. F. WILLIAMS.
Valuable Lands for Sale
-By virtue of power invested in me as
trusteo of the Real Estate of John J.
Lewis, deceased. I will sell to the high
est bidder at Pickens court~ house on'
Saleday. Mdnday the 2d day of Novem.,
ber, 1008, during the legal hours of gale,
[) land as follows:
One tract of. 160 acres on Wolf Creek,
t within one mile 9f Pionens court house.
(;n e tract of 72 acres adjoining the
- One tract of 162 acres on Pickens Rail
Road two and one-half pilles from Pick-'
ens~ court house. ...,
The, above lands. ean.. treaited for
pri toale prev ons bo daeo
And You Will Do R
By celling on us before buying your spring E
lisk Flour (and another shipment that will bc
Tobacco, 'Molasses, etc.
Bring us your Corn, Pease, Beans and in fa
you the very top of the market for everything.
If you haven't tried our Dr. Hess Stock anc
Healing Powder, and Heave Powder, you shoi
11 size pacicages from.the 25c. box to the ioo
Our personal guarantee goes with every pac
We also want to sell you your wire fencing.
Perfect" Fence. Prices from 40c. per rod up.
Our motto is Honest Weights and Good Go
1. A. ii
SWHERE YOU G
ts are right
lent is right
upplies. We have a nice lot of Ballard's- Obe
here in a few- days), Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Salt,
ct any kind of saleable produce. We will give
I Poultrv Food, Louse Killer, Worm Powder,
ild do so at once. The Stock Food comes in
We are agents for the celebrate'd "Pittsburgh.
Any height and weight you want.
ods." Come in and see us.
Can be most readil
solved to you entir
satisfaction by getting
one ot our famous
Thes hats are rn
in all the lates '
Hats to suit any age
or build, the old and
the Young, the stout
and the thin man can
get the correct shape'
The awe $5 a.
LE, S. C.
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