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some Ing y ow aDU Some
Ytou Don't Kow About OUs
CLnty a people
-Call In and see the pictui~s
L. B. Boggs is giving .away .at
his store, Pickens, S. 0.
-Married, 25th ltist.,"by A.
A. Jones, N. P., Miss Nora'Md.
ters and Mr. Marvin Conley, all
of Pickens coun!VY '1y.
-The school taught at - Mica.
by Miss Irma Hendricks, closed
Friday evening, with appropri
ate exercises, after'a most siIc
-Rev. G. F. Kirby and H. M
Hester are among those from
Pickens who are attending the
Sunday school convention in
Spartanburg this week.
-Edwin R. Griffin, of Pick- t
ens, R. 4, returned home Sunday
night, from a very pleasant, z
enjoyable and, we hope, profit
able, visit over on the Marietta
-R. A. Mauldin. of Pickens, f
R. 2, was a business visitor to c
our town Monday, and paid this 0
office an appreciative call and (
possessed himself of one of our
-J. Loi Thomas, formerly
of this place, but now the lead- I
ing tonsorial artist of the thriv- 1
ing-little city of Willianiston, is t
chiculating among friends and I
relatives in this part of the t
country this week.
-Lieut. C. W. Mauldin, who
came to his mother's funeral on
Friday, 24th inst., left Saturday
for Indian Head, Md., where he
has been transferred from the
U. S. battleship, West Virginia,
at San Francisco, Calif.
-The young people of that
section greatly enjoyed an old
time dance at the home of Cal
ba '(lay Ti1 'r g thoisd -
pres nt were some of young
bue s from Pickens and hi1n
-We have arranged with Mr, -
J. C. Jennings to help hold
down the local end of this sheet,.
and, if you don't see the editor,1
tell your news story to "'Cal,"
who will dress it up in proper
shape and see that you get your
name in the paper.
--Mr. Lewis G1. Gilstrap, a1
former citizen .of this county,
but who, last fall, moved to
Amler'soni and n~ow lives onl R. 2
out from Williamston, is up on
a visit to his or'other, Wm. G.,
of Easley, R. 1, and was circu
lating among his Pick ens frien ds
-TIhe dlulcet strains of Men
delsob n's# "Wedding1j1 March"' is j
going to he lalyed on the piano
we are giving away. Some one
of the fair contestants striving t
for this magnificent priz~e wvill ;
get married sonme day. It will
be a nice piece of parlor furni -
Lure to start houskeeping with. 1
--The year 1911 promises to '
be a banner year for some, espe- '
cilally some who are striving forFM
the prizes we are offering. It I
will be a time long remembered 6
by them and tbpir fiends. as tige.
good spirit "bvefsa byer themi
and helped them to win ao Cn
'iiano or a good stalk-cutter.
T'he race-is to the ' wlft. -HoW
f ast can you run?. g .
--E. Pink Hill wvho, a numn- s
her of years ago lived In Pick- 1
ens, spent a portion of last week i.
:n town. ' Since he left here he t
i as been all over North and <
bouth Carolina and Tennessee, ,a
following his trade, that of ]
boiler-maker, and 'machinist (
*ad general electrical plant re- c
pair mnan. He is the same jolly," e
aSt iad 8t.
-Felser'OQrathq*a, soi of Dr.
. ji. Orenshaw. of .the Table
Lountain section, who is at.
endingmhhool at Ciernsdn, is at
konie for a ew days.
--"Everybody works ,;but. fa.
her" cannot be said of our con.
estonts, Aor -"daddy'' is sure
iiimping.0mself for our stalk.
,tter, and he, iq going to get it,
oo,if you Aon't .watch out.
--The school children in Miss
illey's room will have their
ipron social Friday night, 31st
nst.,, at the graded school build.
ng hi ickens. The children
bordially invite the public to
-We are requested to state
hat Rev. J. T. Mann, the blind
vangelist, of Anderson county,
vill preach in the Baptist church
tt Central on Saturday night
efore the first Sunday in April,
Lt 8 o'clock, and at Norris on
he following day, at 11 a. n.
-Watch the contest. Getlaut
Lnd work for your candidate,
[here are still more people that
vill yet come in. The game is
ust started. Plenty of time yet
or someone to get in and win
lut. It is very probable that
ome not yet in the race will
arry off the prizes. Who will
)e the winners? We will give
5 to the person naming them.
-Dr. M. M. King was taken
ast Monday to the Mission Hos
>ital in Asheville for an opera
ion for "fever cake." The tu
nor had been forming for about
hirteen years. The operation
vas performed this week, and
rom latest reports Dr. King
vas doing finely. We hope
hat he will be back in a few
lays, fully restored to health.
)ylan Valley News,
-It now seems certain that
Ireenville, S. C., and Knoxville
Penn., will be closely bound to
,ether by bands of steel. We
ongratulate the two cities on
,he prospects of the completion
>f the Greenville and Knoxville
lailroad, comiionly called the
'Swamp Rabbit," and hope the
Ireamns of the two cities may be
arly realized. Our only regret
s that Pickens is not on this line.
-Married, on Sunday, 26th
nst., at the residence of Mr. Eb.
Fones, brother-in-law of the
>ride, in Pickens, Miss Licena
-101(en, daughter of Mr. Win.
-lolden, of Oconee county, and
dr. J. C. (Sweet) Alexander, of
ickens. Rev. B3. F. Murphree,
~rother-in-la w of the groom,
erformed the ceremony.. The
appy couple are receiving the
ongriuulationis of their many
riends for a long, happy, pros
~erous and1 useful life.
-Dr. and1 Mrs. T, A. Searight
eft Pickens, Saturday-, for a
'isit to relatives in and around
'endleton. The doctor return
d Tuesday to his dlental parlors.
ly the way, Dr. S. has one of
lie best-equipped and well
,ppoin ted dental parlors you
vill find anyavhere. He is a
plendid tooth carpenter and is
nuilding up a splendid p actice.
Vhen in need -of good dental
vork hunt him up. His offices
re -in the Masonic Temple, in
ooms forrnerly occupied by
enator T. J. l lauldin.
p-he election for "City Dads"
f Pickens, is not creating very
nach intereit, though it is to be
ulled .off'next Monday, the 3rd
f April. The people of the town
re satisfied with whon the gods
end. We understand that the
ollowing ticket has b)een sumg
:ested and it is very, prob~able
hat it will be elected without
pposition: For Mayor, J. R.
(shmore. Aldermen: L. F.
tobinson, J. L. Valley, S. B.
3raig, J. M. -Gantt, G. R. Hen
ricks and J. N. H allun.. It
eems to us that this ticket
ught to be able to look well af~
er the interests of the town.
-Mrs. L. 1. Bogge has on'
uMplay; a full line of mwilinery',
up-to-date in every resept. See
her before you buy. West End
-Mr. Henry Hairis, of Boze
man, Montana, is on a visit to
relatives in South Carolina, and
,spent the week-end in Pickens
with-his 3ister, Mrs. Belle Atto
-Drew Attoway and wife, of
Greenville; Mrs. J. D. McCon
nell, of Marietta, and Mlses
Maud and Eula Attoway, who
are attending school in Greena
ville, are spendihg the week
with Mrs. Bele Attoway, in
-Sheriff Shuford, says the
Brvard (N. C.) News, recently
made a haul on South -Carolina
for culprits. Warrants were
issued for Tom and Gus Robin
son, living across the line in
Pickens county, for stealing
hogs in Transylvania. Sheriff
Roark, of Pickens, met our
sheriff and then went after the
accused, locating and capturing
them in Horse Pasture.
-The Sumter Watchman and
Sauthron has this to say of peo
ple who are well-known in Pick
ens: "On Thursday afternoon,
at the residence of the bride's
parents, Judge an(d Mrs. R. 0.
Purdy,Miss Jane Purdy and Mr.
Edward F. Strother, of Bates
,burg, were united in matrimoiiy
by Rev. Watson B, Duncan, of
Charleston, former pastor of the
bride. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of the
immediate family of the bride
and with a few intimate friends
of the bride and groom. Imme
diately after the ceremony the
newly married couple left on
their bridal trip, upon their re
turn from which they will be at
home to their many friends in
-E. G. McDaniel, residing in
the Frog Level section of Ruth
erford county, N. C., in a fine
farming section, between the
courthouse town of Rutherford
ton and the enterprising little
city, of 3?orest City, spint. last,
week in Pickens visiting his
father, ex-Sheriff McDaniel, and
other relatives in the county.
Ed. owvns a nice farm in North
Carolina, and, for an old bac'h
elor, is wvell fixed, and it is a
great wonder to us that sonme of
those buxom "North Car'liny"
gals has not roped him in.
He is farming on a large scale
and has gone into the chicken
business -ex tensively -h)ut he
needs the deft touch of a femji
nine hand to keep the house in
order and the eggs gathered up.
Ed., why dlon't you marry?
Are you too timid and1 waiting
for the girl to pop the question?
S(et bnsy, old1 boy; life is fleet.
ing and some young lady is
-TPo stimnlate b)usuiess we
are going to give away a few ex
tra premiums to the contestants
to help themi a lon.. To the lady
striving for the piano who makes
the greatest gain in published
votes b~y the 12th of April we
will give a rice six-piece Rogers
spoon set, consisting of six nice
Belmont pattern solid silver
metal teaspoons, fully warran
teed inevery particular, anid an
exceedingly handsomei premiun.
To the. ian working for thQ
Stalk~ ctifter who maires the6
greatet Nn in vptes, from thie
published flst, by April 12th we
will give a nice guaranteed safe
ty- razor and 5 extra blades.
We-make this nffer to stimulate
the wvorkers. Everybody has a
chance and we feel confident
that those who are now in the
lead wvill not be the winners.
Get out and wvork for your favor
ites. Contestants, do your best,
and, remember-, the published
votes on April .12th, tells who
gets these extra gifts. From
time to time through the contest
we will offer these free extra
premiums for all workers to
Af1 1e J~n nnar lst; 1911. the
Pickens Oil! Mill will gin on
Friday's onlyf Dec. 29tf.
-For land anywhere in Pick
ens county see or write J. R'
Ashmore, 'The'Land Man."
-Lost on 19th inst., on streets
of Pickens, gold crescent brooch
pin, set with stones, middle stone
missing. Finder return to this
office and get liberal reward.
Do Y ou want to sell your
farm or town property? See
H.,M. Hester "'The Real Estate
9 4n Offi-ce in Pickens Bank
Buildino:, *Pickens, S. 0.
$m mith photographer,
Will be' in 'Pidkens on Mondays
of -60h week Instead of Satur
days as heretofore. All who
want first class work see him.
-D."T. A. Seawright's Den
tal office is in the Masonic Tem
ple,.upstairs, over the Pickens
Drug Co.'s store. When in need
of dental work call and see him.
,-Haye' you purchased that
farm yet? I. have some nice
places on my list. Write or see
me for anything in Real Estate.
H. M. Hester, The Real Estate
-FOR RENT-After 1st of
April, my residenco in Pickens
for rent, Nice house, well lo
ated, electric lights, in good
condition. Apply to Mrs. F. R.
Lathem, Greenville, 'Phone No.
2852, or see H. A. Richey, Pick
ens, S. C.
FOR SALE-Tract of 35 acres,
4 acres cleared, lies 4 miles
northwest of Pickens. Sold at
auction on salesday in April.
This land is owned by Lawrence
Harper, and can be seen any
time before sale by applying
-FOR SALE-Nice rubber
tired surrey, in first-class condi
tion, at a bargain. Has both
pole and shafts. If you can
use a vehicle of this kind, see
H. M. HEiSTER,
Pickens, S. C.
From April 1st to October 1st,
1911, we, the undersigned banks
of the town of Central, S. C., do
hereby agree to close our doors
evei'y afternon at 4 o'lock sharp,
F rmers Bank of Central,
.,. B13y,.11. J. McGee, Cashier.
Bank of Central,
By J. R. Falls, Ass't Cash'r.
Hereafter no claims against
the county wvill be paid except
on the first Tuesday after the
first Monday, and on Saturday
of each week duiring each
month, p~rovided they are prIop)
erly made out and approved.
By, order of
-JAMES B. OnamG,
JAmes P. CAREy, Jn.,
SClerk of Board.
Not "t Ii I a long flt, want"' I am
nt' conJcietedI enough to say that. S
ficient to say ntow. I uI bateck at the
Old standi u. iIIh a brl an new S-.lc. .ly'
pilace. w.il be known~)~ as . m " I.-e liv e"'
whetihe*r or Pot aL ver.nti*' 1jve onl w~V'ill
dlependl lar'g-ly on1 .au. I believe' my
knoe'V'dge' of buymng ii. rchandise wi.
enable14 me to t.amebt p~rices that will up.
p~eal to all ecoomiial buyers.
One' of thet pollicot, that wilI gove~rn this
buIIlOkS is abluteily onei. p~ri(e to every
bod.y. Yanr ,mooney bac.k for: anything
not' a8s repre.sn.ted or for an sy renmso n
whittever unsat.if actory your nmcney
will bej returnied just na chee'rfully as
jCverythinlg in plain figu1res gnld abso
1iately the s~anue. price'toever'ybotty'
*.%omewtmes you may see articles p.riceg
$1p Or 74ol -thiai is net n'datchi j'enny"
p'rice I will explain it in attfutyregaliole,
I atlways did like to hiandle p~roducel
and( dowyxtt, am prepared to hsan:ile. -lan
yo)tir~ chickens. butter, eggs &c,'and pay
spoit cash. this eniables yon to tradl&
whe)(re you pluease. I ienis l10, per lb.
Next saturdtay at 10 O.clock I put on
sale~ 3000 yards of lace and em broidtery
worto 15 to 40c per yd. I heo prie is 2 to
200 pair mens pants aorth from 150
to $1.0), price 74c and $1.24, 250
boys pants 100 to 48e wort h double.
800 mens womiens and chtildrten straw
hats, all marked in plain llaenres.
'P. D. rHA1m1J. P'ronrietor.
Outi out this coinpoli, fill it j roper 6"ai4send to the contest
D)#pt., of the .Seutiiel-.JQurl. - - -
I hereby r oInfnat \
Mr. Mrs. or Miss:..............
of........................................ ...S tate.............
as a contestant hi The Sentinel-Journal Piano Oontest. Also
as a coritestant for the Stalk Cutter.
Nominated by... ,..
of...... ............ .........
Subject tWRules svernin Rthe Contest.
The Last Round Up
Before Our Spring Opening,
Many rare bargains in remnants and short lengths.
They must go. The early bird gets the worm.
Soon we will have to arrange for Spring and Summer
We shall be prepared to give the best service of our busi.
Dont fail to call on us whenever in need of dry-goods or
A. K. PARK.
We-st End. 4C-Nre0en13VgiIle, ,Sjjg. C:,
"More Goods For Less Money'
Now is the time when your head is in a whirl thinking of
the clothes for the family---what you will get for Tommie, Maj
ry and the b:by. We, too, are constantly thinking of how we
can help our customers in buying the kind of merchandise
that would be most suitable to our peopie. We wan, to give
every lady in Pickens county a cordial invitatian to visit our
store and see what we have.
Miss Josie Chastain still has the Dry Goods and Notions in
her charge and is always glad to see her trieids and will take
great pleasure in trying to please every one who will visit our
Come to see us, and don't forget that basket of eggs and
coop of chickens together with that pnrse of change. They
all have an equal show here.
CRAIG bROS CO.
One--price Cash Merchants.
Granld Spring Opening
NOW ON D)ISIAY
FOR YOUR INSPEFCTION*
FIRSTU SilOWING OF PAT' (ERN HATVIS,
SMART STREETI I IATS.
NOBBY SMA LL SHIAlPES IN A LL THE NEW COLORS.
PRETTY READ Y TO WEAR HATS,
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN.
A Cordial Invitation to ALL, COMIE.
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottiina Works,
R.L Davis Prprie..to.