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Pickens Sentirfel-Journel
AJvertisum H
Sntored at l'lcxons Fustofllce ?? Second Olnt-r
Mall Matter
PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY AUFUST 18, 1010
The State Campaigners,
The candidates for the State
ntflPPC \Arnrn in Pi^lrnn o TPvl/lotr
?? VI V 111 J. 1V1W11Q *- 1V1CVJ
and had an audience of about
800 listening to their oratory.
They spoke in the court house.
Aft wpII no wri* nAiil/1 nro ar
v/.A C%u " V WU?V* ftwvnvi,
from talking with the people, it
seems that Blease and MeLeod (
are in the lead for governor; Du- >
vail for lieutenant-governor. I
Moore for adjutant general; Mahon
for railroad commissioner,
and Lyon, for attorney general,
will have a complete walkover.
i\s it is nere. so it is over tne
state some of the candidates are
notin the race at all.
The vote of this county will
go pretty well to McLeod and
Blease, with Blease in the lead.
He is the most logical candidate.
The others will also get a Rood
vote in tho county for governor.
Of course, those candidates
who have no opposition, are
bound to be elected.
After the speakers for state
i-1 1- i.1 -15
uiin-t;s v\ ere iiiniu^ii, me r;iil(lldates
for Congress from this <litstrict,
took a shot at the crowd.
Thev listened attentively.
After it was over, groups of
men could he seen standing dis
cussing the political situation.
On enquiry it was found that
Wyatt Aiken was easily the favorite
and it is conceded that he:
will go back to Congress with a j
bigger majority than ever.
There are others, however, |
who believe he will lie beaten,
"but they are not so numerous
and outspoken.
Aiken has his forces well lined
up and stands a good chance of
MSXSvl ~~4-l
xcciqubiuu.
Mr. Ma> lias his campaign'
well oiy n" and some '
nized, . v-xcel.
thev
workers, and' , are confl
/I nn f iirinnn'f/r
JIUCUV *V JI11IU1J4,.
Staggers Skeptics
That a clean, nice, fragrai.t, compound
Buckland's A-uh'm SaUe will ii
relieve a bai burn, out, ccald,
or staggers skeptics. But
' ^ove it a wonderful healer
nicer*, boils, fdonH,
as also chapped
Ti y SifSc
St. Mathnfjc
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w e imve jU5i/ Ciosoa tne most
successful and greatest July Sale
ever held by this firm. ' We do not
think we ever saw so many satisfied
customers as we did during'
Dog Day Sale.
We have a lot of odds and ends
left that we will con tin no to m n
! off during August.
We will continue the sale on Oxfords
and Dress Shirts for a while
yet.
We will continue Special Sales
every Saturday. Watch tor our
a,THir)linP.Pmanfc f\ f' Hi non lAmuvnii-...
WJLO.XVJLX uu V7 JL U AJ. *JOU <X 1 ^ CKi -L IJ -T ,
CRAIG BROS.
6DO^YOUJ)RIVE TO TOWN? |
(""^orable1'for 'your ^ I
Pr("duce? The farmer
who has a telephone m his home can telephone
I first. The useless trips thus saved are worth the
cost of service.
Under the plan of the Hell System the service
costs but a trifle; the farmer owns the instrument I
and tlie equipment. I
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Manager for pamphlet, or address
Farmers* Line Department A
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. pT
SOUTH PRYOR STREET. ATLANTA, OA. Vj^ JjJ
nni r^'j'KTn
IfCHL Wlftlt?
No. 58. 53 acrcs, '+ mile from Six 'Mile chinch, 011 rn..in
public road; <_ood five room house, necessary outbuildings; 35
I acres cleared, balance in woodland; 15 acres o| ;,jood i> >tt*> n
| land, 7 acres in pasture. This is one. of those desirable p'ac -s j
; mat win not stay on the market 1*"U; when people find out ;,|
| is for sale. Price ^50 per acre. on terms <>t onc-h ill cash a ut.|
! I alance in one, two and three years. Let me y? ,.,i ,
i you will lik ,t.
No. s< . 102 acres: 1 1-2 1 lilcs lroin Liberty, near Calainnj
Cotton Mills; about Go acres clcafed and in good statti ot cull"
liv, ' ; 1 O'.se with two tenant houses. 1 his i, a No 1
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IMai. r . n r \c>vi wiw ): . :i \un w nil ... lann clown on Ihc
-,.i 1 - , i railroad, Can < yon i -rms f>n this ol nnohaii!
. i il \< . i h<- pri-j< is o;iiy v j-j per acr'.\
v . ( >. > ; . ; 6 iiiiU s north f >i I'ickcn ; ;v> acre-. in cul-;
; tiv. lion, ;.rr in pasture, 1 ilain<: in w^odlan i. I hi . piao:
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live room dwelling with fairly . < od onthuiloir Some <!
this land is rolling hut it is a l>ar ; tin at ^1,250, <>n- -nail cash,
I alancc in one and 'wo years.
N >. ()\. \ i> .< is an extra nice piacc <j! 95 ,.i r< >. miles
northwest' ' i ki lls; 46 acres in cul'.ivai on, 22 <> v/hi?-a is
f, ?e ootto i. \n.i. O k: 5.-room uwellin and tenant h'xi ; .-o
tu.n - in p mi.;. mils \ sonvmni!; line and J >ri i-,
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each hous'*. v i<? 1 'I'. ??
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The First Day
Doesn't Count.
Almost any sort ot a suit looks well (.v'
wViPn if ^ ^ 1 * r"
..a.wi ??. nisi put on, out alter a man has
worn it a little while and his body has begun
to move around in it and the effects
of the pressing iron have worn away and
rl omnnonn ? * 1
10 piay navoc with the
fabric, unless the shape of the garments
have been wraught into cloth and the
cloth has been cut so right that it can't
help hanging proper!y: so that the collar
must cling to the neck and the lapels lie
firmly against the breast, the original appearance
of the clothes will soon be lost
A well made custom tailored suit will
be right in the beginning and stay right
in the end.
The clothes we sell are specially made
tor the body as it is and not as it should
be and therefore, when it does begin to
settle upon him, there isn't contest between
the figure and the garment.
^ /T% 1 III P%
3v-?niE_u?
JLOR"
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;or business.
firm, THE KEOWEE
CO.. hn.fi cmfmfirl nr> in
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'oom formerlly occwpveu
shmore, and are out, after i
omodelinir the interior of s
willing new lines of, and
fresh ftoods, which we
to soil you nt r!ie very
rgin oi proli t i 11m 1 we on 11
s on. ; )
1 r sha 11 a.l ways 1)0:
l<\s and Short Prolits.1
iio you to cril 1 nround,
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< >{j K ()\ ur, Jl i1c1 i ) I i V , ! ! Oil
ory best goods ih<> niMi'kiiMl
so id Ml 1 i u * si Ma i '.est
n) ens u rale \vi ;i :> eY>?d
)ol icy.
imp .<_?( )i ng to i \ e yo . no
The chorus o! a I i on r
\ c ve <_>;oi the Li'()()(1 s aiid
.<> buy."
I deal i n prod neo and are
I ; 111I o <>'i v<; l in; IoI>='<> ''
1 ( '
tor eh i evict)lis, ( hi nis -K[
y prodiicc, oil her i n cash <\i
f 7 K
<1 ?oo us, you. will novoi.'
visit. "o,<
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io Vamnlii 'fin
J\J UUp|JIJ UU?j th,
Cl'J'lAIO Manage"

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