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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, January 14, 1909, Image 4

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His Services in Great enbndu..
There shall be marriages and
-giving in marriage. -
This axiom seems te have been
exemplified and fulfilled in the
superlative degree during the
past few weeks, as a glance on
Rev. N. G. Ballenger's record
book will show.
Since the 20th of December
Rev. Ballinger has been called
on to perform a lot of marriages
-six of which we were able to
get-and, if we fall to mention
all this week will - give them
publicity later.
On Sunday, the 20th of Dec.,
at the parsonage, he united E.
W. Lusk and Miss Daisy Ad
ams, a daughter of J. J. Adams,
of the Crow Creek section.
On Wednesday, the 23d of De
-cember, at the home of J. F.
Abercrombie, the fatlier of-the
bride, he united Miss Belle
Abercrombie and Walter Nally.
On the 25th of December, at
the parsonage, he united W. H.
Miller and Miss Ella Porter. -
On the 30th ult., at the par
sonage, he united Clyde L. Rags!
..dale and Miss Pauline Adams,
'oa ughter of D. B. Adams.
On the 31st uIt., at 7:30 p. m.,
-at Twelve Mile churci
Beattie Wilson ss
)renMe1hr av.-gsdale.I
On the night ei , '
the hour of midnight arri
the old year was ushered 1
and the niv year welcomed i -
by the marriage of E. W, Picl i
ens and Miss Lizzie Alexande -
.a daughter of Alfred Alexande
This marriage was also perferi e
-ed by Rev. Ballenger at Twel
Mile church. 1e a
The happy couples have for,
best wishes of many friends Us
a long, happy and prosper
_Voyage -donvl life's strean
e
f 'itplrvisors' Report. ent
-The following is a state a
of expenditures for all pur C
during the year 1908: it
Sal'y Sup't Educa'n...$ ")0 00
Supervisor ...-.-- 0 00
Sheriff ......... .. 2 50
Treasurer. 2 50a
Auditor ........... 2)0 00
2 Co. Com's...... 00,
Clerk-Att'y...... 0 00
Clerk of Court...
Co. Bd. Equal......
Co. 1B(. Education. .
*Coroner..............
~Court expenses......
Ex.acy4u 3 scrap 11
ssand bridgest-..
of c. g. and scrapers 1
Books stat'ry, print
Tepairs pub. building
Contngenlt and incid
Interest..------.---..''
Insurance......------.
Prob. 'judge, ex. lun
Physicians, ex. lunat,
inquests, etc.......
-P. H-. supplies, etc..
Sal. steward P. H..
Aid to poor out. P. H.
Sheriff, conv'g lunat.
dliet, etc........-.
Magistrates, consta'.
dis. :onlstab)les..
Total..........
E. F. L
'There are quite
our people who
Barton, of Easley
resident of the"
of this counfty, wh
her of years he
Mr. Irvin Hend
Creek Roller Mig
be shockedl to hea
which occurred(,i
Easley last Thu
instant, af ter ,an
weeks' duration,
nia, having cont ..
George's Creek ,
uor
ro
es
lav
Ha
making a s ecia
th facto y ca
ange, ow
Pi ej
ding, a Christma tree. He
as bettei, but on jinday was
Iken vorse and ne er regained
insciousness.
Mr. 'Barton was public-spir
ed man and wa. universally
ked and in his d( ath the com
iunity at large su tains a great
)SS. He was a m nl-or of, and
eacon in the -irst Baptist
burch of Easle. , and was al
Tays a lead n 'unday School
ld chu, w
Mr. B rton I been a resi
ent of . or five years,
nd at the >f his death was
rmnected witi the Easley Fur
iture and Und rtaking Co., be
ig a graduatt of a Cincinnati
ollege of emb: iming.
Mr. Barton was 42 years of
go and leav as a wife and five
bildren, a fa her and mother,
bree sisters nd two brothers,
esides other i elatives andfriends
mourn his kqath. The funer
1 service ai d burial took place
t Ge&ge's Creek church on the
ay followi g his death, Rev.
). W. Hio t conducting. The
uri ce of the K. of P.
hich he was a val
r, being used.
pathy of our people
he bereaved fanily in
tour of sorrow.
From Ltberty.
oggs and wife, of PeI
d relatives and frienils
y durinbg the holiciays.
rat'ulate him oni getting
elpmate.
7oung folks of Liberty
~en having (unte a lively
ttending parties, but I
iost of the good times are
r a while. It is time to
(vork again.
niking you for space.
SWEETHIEART.
Liberiy--R 0 3.
alth very good in this vi
at this wr.iting.
E. Brown and family have
ed to Liberty. Mr. Brown
takei) a part in the ner
ndise business with R. L.
ss.
osef'fr' ,h ad the pleasuire
vi heto\vn of Liberty
'Friday.
J. E. Brow~ an d family, of
Alberty, visited gh family of
.D. Nations last Satuaday and
~unday.
E. H. Powell lost a fine nijich
ow on the :3d inst.
The0 commifunity surrounding
six Mile mountain greatly en
oyed the fireworks exhibited on
ts summit Christmas nig-ht, by
trewell. elcome 1909
. want to thank our friends and pa
ns for their liberal patronage during
- short career in Pickens and it is our
ire to merit a continuance ot your
ors. We carry a complete Line of
rdware and can fill your wants at all
LeK.,fe have for the past 10 days been
1 run on Ranges. We are selling them about as fast
,n turn them out. If you, contemplate the purchase
s your opportunity. Start the New Year right.
Is Hardware Company
Newest Styesi FineClothing
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
Our New Fall Suits and Overcoats are
so unusually attractive that no
printed description can
do them justice.
The man who gives the matter of the selection of his Clothes careful
consideration will do well to pay us a .isit and see the Wonder ful array
of handsome garments that we have had made by the Best Clothes '
Makers in the world. K
THE YOUNG CIAP3 THAT WANTS TO BE ORIGINAL-better
see the showing-the world loves winners-And you'll loolk every
inch a "Winner" with on:. of our Superb Rex D.-signed At t)Suils.
FasTnimous DREssi-\s who are AAUu.:X uT TUIIElk CI.<Es Will ap .
preciate our oxtraordinary collection of Ready-to-Wear-hand-tai
lored clothes-priced so reasonably that it is within the reach of
every gentleman to dress becomingly at little cost
EconCmicui, too, for our prices are as low as otliers; OUR CLOTHES
ARE BE'TTER.
RAIN-COATS --The sensible garment for mid-season or for any time
--made of Priestly and other cloths. Worsreds and Clieviots in
numerous styles, shapes and lengths-a light weight Overcoat
suitable for wet or dry weather---water-proof, yet dressy. In fact,
very handy the year round for theatre or other occasions.
Men's and Young Men's Furnishings in new shades.Greens, Olives, Greys, Lon on Smoke
every hue that Fashion dictates.
-- GR-N Lc s c.
Handlers of the Famous Scentoss Biaos, & Co,, L. Ala1:I< Biuos., M.Ax B. BRu' xx;:n and )ikwni..
iss MJ"'G Co's line of hiigh-gradle wares.
Garrett, Bolding, et al. >f their aunt, Mrs. L. C. (as- J. E. Nations visited his sister
The young people spent a dle- saay at Liberty, Mrs. ,J. E. Browun,
Iightful evening at~ the home of Miss N. C. C1layt.on, of Pra- one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillard, on ters, is visiting her nephew, B. F^Ane hE C ua.
the 28th uIt., at a pound supper. F. Robertson, of Clemnson-. Send to us for nice job work.
Rosemnond Edens and Man- Misses Codat Reid mid( Ada II' UAY' -''~
1101 R o )er ~ Ti itC 1 I ~ iZ tlg G o d el c k, t W') (' lal nli i' 0l1 ~ I A ft.er w ading througjh the (hi istm as
dming th <o iays. ladies, spe'nt the week end at tur'key- backbnns .ad suage calls for
Died, of pnenmniail 8, onl the Table Ro(k. l 1Tey' reort a de- 2 I idfIlLM c We 'itav tem
17th uilt., the belovedi wif'e of lightfuli t.ime. wh-i t ischfr akee n
Roland C.~hastain. She leaves a Mr's. Elizalbeth WVilljiams, of' a big wholdesale hos i Newv York con
heai DIrtbrke hiushmul, seven Ciateechee, spenit the hlolidays igined to iaw a lot of andie underwear.
c'hildren-thr'ee boys and four visiting r'elat ives in anid around te regular way. - akon r mal
girls-to miouirn her dbeat h. We Prater's. prot adle themji go The lo cab
heartly smpatize wth te lisha. Alexander, of Oconee garonlt. l~Some are most, elaborately
SOrOwig f mil. lerrem ins ,. . 'trimmneti ini lbces anfd enmbroidery. All
I o '' w n f il . - er en a us V s'i '<elatives ini thIiis sech on at verv low prices.
were laid to rest the tollowinig dur11ing~ Christmas week. Not quite call heat cheaperockery gone.
dlay mi the Golden ( reek cel.l'- I hiave' aduea a lineo or glassware just asi
e'ter'y. M'Iiss Nora Nations visitedl her aur Ie uNTy aMn,re.
.(.;ousinl, Miss Lizzie G arr''ett, 0on ~ yu unyo EN LEMEN,,Ibgh
I he n'any friends of \l iss ~ 5hnt iaren ma go moeronc teeur,I& bouh
Jane Bor'oughs will be glad to le25h lt i-. '1th'gobeo 1) . NuRIf
learn t hat she is a ble to be up AlIiss Bessie Bass, a pplar -i .. ~ -
aga n. It il be wi ie'il)e'e f ~ 1 .i ''~ All p .sons harlig clams against the
slie was seriously hur't in a run-Iu e find s, INIisses5 Netle estate f '' . M. ( 'ark, decei,aed, will
away ou the 1st ult. and( Leila Kelley, oft Central, p)resenlt them to the undersigned, for
- -payment by the 15th (day Jan. 19109 or
AlnoRi,ofNri.\h 1) ~, ' )".barr'ed. Anal nl persons indebted to
Alo zc, R ei . o N o ri- . la., said deceast d will m ak " r"ymaen by said
spent the holidays visiting his Miss Cora Kellay visited the (lay to w. E. Clark
sister, Miss Coda, at the home family of P. L. Bass last week. EmHeCak

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