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Some Tings You Know andSome
- You Don't inow About Our
Towns, County & People
-The crop of field peas is fir
so they say.
-Chickens seem scarce ai
evidently roost high this seaso
-Taxpaving time is at ha
again and it comes a little-hig
-Man, like the fire, is apt
torment women by being out
-Born to Mr. and Mrs. V. ]
'Loehr, of Clinton, on the 151
instant, a son
-Di. A. C. Spain, de'ntist, w
be in Central Wednesday, No
24th for tree days.
-J. F. Banister will sell
lots in Liberty on the 29th ins1
for colored people only.
-The season of pumpkin I
is upon us and the cribs are fi
ing with corn. Waltz with m
-Are you coming to the S.
Convention at Pickens ne:
week? A roval welcome awai
-Lots of our fr'iends, ti
farmers, are going to sow son
wheat this time. That's go(
All hands and the cook a
in the cot d these day
i t he a sound gets
on the man who has
bale of cotton to'sell.
-Matters not how much yo
may get for your cotton, plar
wheat and oats and corn an
peas and potatoes and turnip
-Hog killing time is comin
on apace, and they tell us thE
there's lots of fat porkers in ti
old land this season. We ai
-J. M. Qanttihas openbd u
a blacksmith shop on the Earl
lot fronting the-court house an
will be pleased for his forme
friends an4l customers to call o
-W. C. Newton has just r<
ceived a' car of the "latea
fall and winter styles"<
horses and mules. Don't fa
to call on him when in need<
good horse flesh.
-Dr. C. W. Smith, a son
ex-county Commissioner J.]
Smith, who for come time ha
been makinghis home at Travy
lers Rest, has moved to Newr
for the practice of his professio
-Seneca claims to have pa
a higher price for cotton all ti
season than any of the oth
towns in the state and publish
figures, giving the prices
otter markets, to prove t.
-The ladies missionary soci
ty of the Methodist church wv
hold prayer service for the fi:
three days of next week, Mc
vy, Tuesday and Wednesda
-e , 23d and 24th instar
begin at 3:30 p. m. All t:
ladies wh~k can, are invited al
urged to at end.
-It is a very common opini<
that if the present price of c<
ton holds up, the farmers of t]
county will plant the wh<
landscape this summer; b
many farmers claim that th
will do nothing of the kir
that they are going to raise th<
supplies next year, regardless
the price of cotton.
-The best thing to be dc
with the surplus money that
coming in for the present cr<
is to invest it in land where I
prospective .investor has not
much as he can handle pro:
ably, and where he has as mu
as he can handle properly,
should invest in improvemel
on what he has.
Mrs. W. S. Kirksey, widow
the late W. Silas Kirksey, d
at her home near Pickens I
Friday after a lingering illn
and was buried Saturday ev
ing at Secona, a large concouJ
of sorrowing relatives a
friends witnessing the obsequi
She leaves several children a
a host of relatives and frie:
to mourn her death.
-Pickens real estate is on the
move at good prices.
-The voice of the possum dog
is heard in the land.
-Just as well go now and pay I
your taxes. You'll have to just
-Wheat advances-flour soars
bigher, Sow' wheat and beat
-Oat sowing is on in full blast
e, now. Good thing. Plant some
ad -The stores of Pickens will i
n. close on next Thursday, it be- E
id ing Thanksgivng- Day.
1- -Dr. A. C. Spain, dentist, t
will be in Central Wednesday, (
o Nov. 24th for three days. I
-Wolf Creek School, District
No. 29 will comence 'Monday,
Nov. 29, 1909 with Miss' Rigdon .
as teacher. ' , .
11 -The merchants report col
V. lections better this- fall than
usual but general trading is not
quite as good.
If a man thinks a great deal
of his wife, he gets lots of nice
things for her when she is sick,
which he eats himself.
-Fourteen eighty five and a
fifteen cents, for cotton, makes t
the mare go and helps the short
ct crops out wonderfully.
-The farmers are going wild ,
over the high prices they are re- f
ie ceiving for cotton. They are t
e delivering the goods too. V
-Cotton is about all open and y
one more picking will finish it. ,
-e There will be no need for the -
S- children picking cotton in Jan
a uary next year. C
a -How do you like the "Mary a
Jane" and "Marth'a Ann" dress- r
u es the ladies are now wearing? a
It Ain't they beauts-the dresses r
d we mean.
- -If Pickens don't get a move
g and make a big city its the fault'
t of her own people. We. have
Ae every advantage here, naturally
e for the making of a metropolis.
Yudon't have to go towa
P to be patriotic. Improve your
e locality, uphold your town, en
d large its interests and lend a
r hand to progress and you are as
n patriot-a lover of your country a
-as truly as the soldier whos
-. shoulders his musket.
t -This one comes from Mis
)f souri, "An evangelist asked all .
il the inen present who were hon
f est and paid their~ debts to stand
up. All rose but one. JIe said
f he was the local editor and ~
. couldn't pay his debts, because
s the ones standing were his sub
--After so many long years of1
Stoil and worry the man with the t
id hoe is on top. There is nothing
is a farmer can now raise on his1
r land that fails to bring a big
s price. . I'm glad of it. The mant
f who feeds and clothes the world
e should have both money and
honors to burn.
e- -A womian, not of Pickens
ill went into a newspaper office and
st wished to advertisp for her hus
- band, who had disappeared.
, When told that they charged
it, two dollars an inch, she left, say
ie ing it would break her up at that
d rate, as her husband was over
six feet long.
n -The W. D. Spearman Co.,
~of Easley, made an assignment
is5 last week for the benefit of
)le their creditors. J. P. Carey
t was assignee. J. A. Peek, of
y the Pickens Hardware Co., has
' just finished taking an inven
ir tory of stock. The stock inven
of tory shows up about $17,000
worth of goods.
is ouT he "revenoo" officers went
msoti the Glassy Mountain sec
'tion Monday evening and made
as a raid. They captured an out
fit and some low wines and as
h they went to put some of the
e stuff in one of the buggies the
hes horse became frightened and ran'
iaway. The buggy was badly
damaged so the officers left it.
of Mr. A. C. Gravley, who had
ied hired them the team went up
ast that night to get his buggy and1
ess when he got there he found it
n- hacked to pieces and a fire
rse kindled under it which was
nd briskly burning. The top was
ies. completely burned up as was
nd the body, the wheels were all
ids chopped down. He says his
loss is $75.00 with no insurance.
-Yes, Sir; by all means sow
i bushel or more of wheat.
-California peaches are com
ng in now. What a big coun
ry is this!
-Dr. A. C. Spain, dentist, will
>e in Central Wednesday, Nov.
4th, for three days.
-No use talkind, The Sentinel
ournal's army of friends. are
ticking to the old flag.
-If your wife is the best wo
nan in the world, tell her so; it
vill keep her young and length
-Recent frosts'has cut the cot
on crop very short in the Mile
reek and Keowee sections, so
-W. T. Bates is a turnip i ais
r right. He presented this pa
er with three that weighed 61,
& 51 pounds respectively. We
iope he will pay us a visit again
-Of all the things for which
young person should strive, a
ood character stands easily at
he head of the list. It may be
ard to get on without wealth
nd education, but without 'a
ood character, no permanent
ndenduring success can be at
-One step won't take you
ery far-you've got to keep on
v-alking; one word won't tell
olks what you are-you've got
o keep on talking; one inch
on't make you very tall
ou've got to keep on growing;
ne little "ad" won't do it all
-you've got to keep' em going.
-Lemual Thomas has bought
ut the barber shop in Pickens
,nd has moved to the, building
ecently vacated by J. 0. Brock
,nd he will be pleased for the
ublic to give him a call. W.
rank Christopher will remain
ith him and Frank says he
rants all of his friends to call
t the new stand and have their
-The Seneca Farm and Fac
>ry says that a genuine Texas
ol weevil was found on D. W.
aynes place near Oakway ,Iast
eek. Mr. Jaynes had brought
>me seed from Texas last year
nd planted them here, and it is
apposed that is where the wee
i came from. It was shown to
fr. Henry Alexander, and he
ays it is the Texas cotton boll
-The Twelve Mile River Bap
ist Association has decided to
tart and support a denomina
ional co-educational college.
t will be located at Six Mile and
he buildings will cost approxi
nately $15,000 to build. The
and upon which it will be loca
ed, consisting of ten acres, was
iven by W. M. Hagood of Eas
ey. The preliminary arrange
nents for the establishmant of
he school are about complete
md work will begin on the buil
ling at an early date and it will
>e rushed to completion.
-The many friends in Pick
mns, of Mr. George W. Corbin,
will learn with pleasure that he
wvas happily married on thb even
.ng of the 14th instant to Miss
arah Corbin, at the home of
bhe bride's mother, Mrs. W. B:
F'. Corbin, in Walhalla, M. F.
Eester, N. P., of Pickens, in his
usual graceful manner, perform
ing the ceremony that made
~hem one. The happy couple
arrived in Pickens Monday and
are stopping at the Hester house,
where they are receiving the
congratultions of their many
friends for a long, happy, pros
perous and usefu~l life.
-The Cabbage and apple
wagons from North Carolina,
commonly called "mountain
schooners" are noxy almost a
daily sight on our streets. They
come down from Transylvania
and adjacent counties, loaded
with fine cabbage, apples and
Irish potatoes and find a ready
sale for their produce in this mar
ket. Some one of our merchants
ould, it seems to us, make a
good thing buying and shipping
this stuff to other markets.
E~ven if they didn't make any
money by the deal it would bring
a lot of trade to our city, which
now goes to other sections of the
state. Our merchants can sell
as good goods as can be bought
anywhere and for as little mon
Does Not Stimulate
Ayer's Sarsaparilla does not stimulate. It does not make
you feel better one day, then as bad as ever the next. It
is not a strong drink. No reaction after you stop using it.
There is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the steady,
even gain that comes from a strong tonic and alterative.
We wish you would ask your doctor about this. He
knows. Trust him. Do as he says. 1. C. Ay eC.LoweIL Mass.
What are Ayer's Pills? Liver Pills. How long have they been sold? Nearly sixty
years. Do doctors recommend them? Ask your own doctor and find out.
We give you a written guar
antee that this Shoe will wear
you SIX' Months.
If you want a shoe that will give you perfect satisfaction and will out..
wear any shoe you ever wore. try this.
,"Hard Wear in Every Pir"
It is made of soft, Pliable chrome tanned waterproof leather, the finest
and miost durable of all leather for heavy wear.
It has two full soles. These soles are made. of overweight steer hide
-the toughest leather made-and are secuied by Puritan stitch and two
rows of standird screws.
It has a heavy, full gussett (see illustration) that will not permit dirt
.to get in through the lacing. The pull strap is leather, sewed with
waxed flax thread, double stitch saddle seam and the counter is sewed
in-in fact every part of this shde is built to stand hard wear.- Comes
in either plain toe or tip and in black or tan leather.
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varnished, or fin
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there's an Acme
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Quality Kind to You insure your home against
fit the pu e. fire. Why not insure it against
decay caused by sunshine, rain,
snow and sleet? They destroy as
certainly as fire, unless the surface is
protected with good paint.
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It costs less because it takes less
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latest fashionable color combiations.
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raig Buil ing Pik
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ornaments of al sorts.
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-~~ to bein choosing gifts fortehlias
stop in and do some cho4l ingAon
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Real Estateand InsurCn;
Tract of land, containing i11 acres; situatedea er>
Rock church. Known as G. H. McGill land~ S
ultivatioti 2 houses on place. Price $48oo.~..
ct of land situated at Dacusville KI6nS.JA 4
C tain land:'and containing 50 acres.. Prie6 $6
Tract of land on Twelve Mile Re rftaimin~g6 6
nown as W. H. Lewis place. Good use, new ubi~
ings. Price $1,450
Tract of- land situated 2 miles northof Pcensonan..
tg 71-acres; 35 acres'in cultivation.. Knnas J. M2W-~
rn land. Price $1,500
Tract of land on publicsrogd from Pickens to Moni!
rove church. Containing ioo acres. Good two-story hue
f 7 -rooms, good barn. Known as J. M. Welborn in#
If you have any land to seil list it with us. Our
Yours for.business." Office upstairs in[Freema buikc~ing j
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nROL St. /PicikensgS.
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