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lp~lug o1 a Local and Personal tr.
,-Dr. W. F. Austin, dentist, will
be in Elasley July 7th' and 8th.
-FOR SALE:-Three young miloh
cows. 11. A. Price, Sunny Dale, 8. 0.
-Dr. Wardl*v, dentist, will be in
Pickens the 3th, 14th and 15th of
-Missess Ileno and Lorena Taylor
are visiting their grand-father at
-The colored Baptist Sunday
school will observo Childron's Day
next Sunday night.
-Como out to the lecturo tonight
by Dr. Edwin Hall, if you want to
have a good time.
-Save your forage with the up-to.
dato Plano Mower and Rako. 1t. C.
Carter, Liberty, agent.
-Little liss Mary Lathom, of
Clinton, is visiting her grand-paronts,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richey.
-F. P. McAlister, who has boon
quite sick is able to be ont again, to
the delight of his many friends.
-We arc in a position to handle
eggs and chickens in abundance at
splondid prices. - Craig Bros.
-J. Ollio Brock will bo in Pick
ens during court week prepared to
work on watches, clocks and jowelry.
-- "Unclo Ephriam" Gilstrap is
quito sick with dropsy. Small hopes
are entertained for his over getting
--W. A. Thomas and family, of the
Glassy Mountain section, visited
friends end relatives at Norris last
--Rov. J. B. Trammell will hold
divine so vice at the Town Crook
school house on next Sunda) evening
at 3 o'clock.
-Don't fail to hear Dr. Edwin
Hall to-night (Thursday) in the court
house. Prices 25c and 15c, and it
Vill be money well spont.
--Mr. Jerro S. Parrott, who is
eighty two years old, is suffering from
B3right's disease and little hopes are
entortained for his recovery.
-Report has it, that there was
frost on Crow Creek on the morning
of the 13th ult., killing occasionally i
stalk of corn and some cotton.
-Wo aro overloaded on ladies
slippers and in order to reduco our
stock wo offer the $1.25 kind for $1.10
and the $1.50 kind for $1.25. Craig
- AlisR Sadie Richey is quite in
disposed, and has boon confined to
her room for soveral days; her many
fuiends hope that she will be out in a
-Rev. J. T. Wado filled his regu
lar appomntments at the Presnytorian
ci urch Sunday and Sunday night,
pi, aching excellent sermons to large
.n T. McDaniel, who has begn
spe u g awhile in Pierm@ retzirned
to (o mnbia on Tuesday, I d assumed
his r sition with tho .1 dand Dis
tihid ,Co onl iho 1st i .
-N. D'.Taylor, pho ographer, will
bo in his st udio, Carey building, on
T- eaday antd Wednesday, .11nly 7th
.a 8th. Remember the dante, and
dall on him for nice wvork.
--Lotter Hends, No)to Heads, Bill
He(ads, Envelopes end anything in
the line or printing at the SentinoI
4 Jourinal oflico. Send( US an1 OI-derl.
First class work at reasondal prices.I
-WVork on all the buildings now
in course of erection in P~ickens is
progressing rapidly and satisfactorily',
The c ntractors are rushing things
for more contracts are ahead of them
-en F. Parsons spent a few days
in Atlanta last week. WVhile gone ho
spent a while with his sons at Flowery
Branch, Ga., and saw .J. H. Brown,
formerly of Liberty, who is pushting
wvork on the oil mill.
---Douglas Jeinis has evinced a
mniaa for weddilngs; lie attended the
H-allum-Boggs wvedding and then
went to one in Greenville the next
day. Probably whlen lhe is the groom
his interest will wane.
--B. E. GArandy has closed a con.
tract with H. C. H~agood at Easlev,
to bid a commodious dwelling for.
him on his lst in that town. It will
be0 a nice ornament to that gro win g
town when it is finished.
--Mr. Aaron Bog gs say s that the
recent flood wvashed holes in his Sen.
eca iver bot toms doop enough to
bury a house, and higher' up the
river are similar occurrooces. Very
large trees were washed up.
*-.~hlere will be a game of baseball
in Pickens on the 4th inst , between
colored teams ftrm Easloy and this
place, and at night an entertainment
will he given at-the school house for
the benefit of the colored church.
-Next month is the time for hold-1
ing elect ions for cotton weigher in
the several towvns in thiso county
and alrioddy pr'ospectiv VOCantdidlatos
are figuring how they can get a
cineh on enough votes to land them
safe in the office.
-A party composed of P. Eugene
Alexander, Larry (I Thiornley, B~en
B. Laihooni and J. Rnfus Ashmtore
left Wednesday for a fishing trip in
Jocassio. They will spend several
days up there and we hope the pro
verb~lial ihrmnan's luck will not ho
-Mrs. W.. E. Dendy and WV. E., J.,
are spending the summer wvith rela
tives in Yorkville. Prof. De'ndy will
close his work in the summer 'school
here Saturday and will join his fami
13y there, for a well earnedl and much.
neied t'est, leaving here on Mondiy.
May ho have a pleasant outing.
--Dr. WVilliam Edwin Hall, of Now
York, will lecture in the c< nrt house,
tonight, (Thursday,) on " 'he Evolu
tion of r. Girl." Dr. Hall ncod(1 no
intro'lnotion to a Pickons audienuce,
as lbe has lectured lhere before and al.
was dh lights his audiences. Til
lecture is one of his very best. Dr.
- Hall gaeti etr nEasley Tutes.
day night, and every one was do.
* ome if you can't
tiearty laugh. Ad.
In1 b terested.
oild drinks and 00 aA
time. J'Iokeub Drug Co.
-A large crowd attended the Kal
lmn-Btfggs wedding In Masley Tues
-Dr. Edwin Hall lectures in Eas,
ley tomorroN (Friday) night. Be
sure and hear him.
-it. C. Carter, Liberty, has re.
ceived i complete.line of buggies, her.
ness, saddles, whips, laprobas, etc. *
-Call on us for peai and cane seed.
We have them in abundance.
-FOR SALE: -Two nice Shoats
about seven months old; will weigh
about 90 pounds. Call on W.
Johnson, Piekens, S. .
-Henry Grady, who has been
stationed in Charleston for some
time, has returned to his old haunts
and was in Pickens Monday shaking
hands with his friends.
-W. L. Matheny and wife have
moved to the B. T. McDaniel home,
and R. R. Roark and wife no% occupy
rooms at Mrs. Ann Griffin's recen tly
vacated by Mr. Matheny.
-Dr. A. B. Wardlaw will be in
Pickons for three days during court,
Monday, 13th, 'Tuesday 14th and
Wednesday 15th. He is a good. den
tiat and you will be well pleased with
any work he does for you.
--On account of Fourth of July
celebration the Charleston and Wes
tern Carolina Railway announces
rate of one fare and a third for the
round trip, between all points on its
line. Tickets on sale July 2d, 8d and
4th, final return limit July 8Lh.
-We direct your attention to the
advertisement of R. C. Carter at Lib.
erty. When times are dull he be
lieves in making a stir, so advertises
goods at prices that are sure to bring
the crowds. Read his notice, see his
prices and go and get the goods. Ho
is all right and his prices tire all
- -The Charleston and Western
Carolina Railway announces that on
account of Military weok at Augusta,
July 6th to 13th, it will sell round
trip tickets from points on its line to
Augusta at rate of one fore plus 25
cents; tickets on sale July 9th and
10th, and for morning trains of the
11th, final return limit July 16th.
-Warrants for the artificial limb
find have been sent out by the Comp
trollor Goneral, and have been prop
crly filled out and returned to him.
Some applicants have been rejected;
those who are accepted will be paid
$25.00 each. Oliver T. Jones, S. IV.
Maw, WY. L. dorgan and R. A.
Bowen are applicants from thin -)uln
ty. We hope their papers will be
passed upon favorably.
-Jae. K. Lathem, a good farni.r
and a substantial citizen of the oas.
torn side of the county was ia Pick.
ens lasi, Monday. lie reports that a
severe rain, amouniting almost to a
cloud burst, visited that section Sat
urday evening. Crops are badly
hurt, and the fields are washed into
gullies. We sincerely hope the citi
zens of that bailiwick are not as
badly hurt as is at present indicatejd.
-W. T. Griffin, of the Field sea
tion, while hauling Op oats Monday
met with a serious acciden t. H-e had
a load on tihe wagon and wvas stand
inig up pitching the bundles into the
barn when a plank on which he wvas
standing broke in two dropping him
onto one of the pickets in the wagon
frame, badly lacerating his arm
at tlio shoulder. it was a peculiar
accident and will be some time in
-Mr. Melville Barton, who for tihe
p~ast seven years 1has had charge of
the TOWn . Creek Rtoller Mill, has
leased the Easley Roller Mill anid has
taken charge of same. Mr. Barton
is one of the best millers in tihe up1
country, and will make an excellent
grade of flour. Tile produlct of tihe
Easley Mill that will now be put on
the mark'et will have a higher stand
aid of excellency than ever before.
Th'e directors of the mill wvill have no
cause to regret getting him as maitna
--James A. Moore, a good citizen
and a land-mark of Pickens county,
(lied at his home ill tile Prater's
Creek section, on last Sunday evon.
ing at all advanced age, after an ill
ne05s of about twvo months, from a
conilhication of diseases, lie leaves
a wife and seven children, besides a
host of relatives and friends to mourn
his death. He had been for a long
period a member of the Baptist
churchl. His remains were laid to
rest in tihe family burying ground On
Monday. Truly a good man hlas gene
to hlis reward.
-Dr. Edwin Hail, the inimitable
lecturer wvill deliver one of his
famous lute, "Tihe Evolution of a
Girl," which Is one of the richest,
rarest anid raciest things now put
out tlhrough any Lyceum course,
in tihe court hlouse at 25c, and 15e.
Wit, humor and pathos are sublime
ly blended together, and it is so ad.
mirably worded thlat tihe moral~ for
tihe good of mankindis soobvious that
you cannot but help see it even if
you are busting the buttons off of
y'our pants from laughter.
-Mrs. R. K. Johnson and daugh-.
ter Bertha, of Greenville, whlo have
been at Chick Springs, .are now in
Pickens for the benefit of thleir health.
A better place could not have been
found. Capt. iR. E. Johnson, of the
Saluda Lumber Co., spent Sunday in
town with thuem iund left Tluesday for
Pittsburg, Pa., wvhere hle goes. in tihe
interest of his company. Mr. John.
son says when his c inpanay gets their
sawv mills in operation and the Sa
hlda Valley R-uilroad running to
Marlota that that coun try will come
out anid blossom like a rose.
-H. K. Sturdivant & Cou, proprie.
tors of "The Big liee Hive" of Green
ville, will inaugurate a big Mill End
Sale, beginning July 9th. Rlead their
advertisement in this paper and then
go and get your goods at, bargainl
pr-ices. Everything will be just as
advertised-no shoddy goods and
prices In plain figures you see the
goods and the price. Trhey have been
running this annual sale for severai
seasons and each year' It Is bigger
and. better than before." If yoa hlave
tdoes', tlbert,. See his adyartise
-"The s'mmer school 'at Viekets
will lose Saturday. The teachers
have labored hard, and. have had a
nice and intelligent set of scholars
and are proud of the work done.
Last Wednesday the .teacber6 and
scbolars. all assembled on the court
house lawn and had mr. Taylor to
makv a group picture of them.
-Mr. Thomas Auderson has took
charge of the Bending Factory and
has put in some new machinery and
Is now turning out some mighty nice
work in the way of banistering, col.
umus, moulding, etc., and can fill all
orders promptly. Give him a call
when needing anything in his line
and you will be pleased with his
-The South Carolina State Press
Association will begin its annual sees
ion at White Stone Springs next
Tuesday, the 7th. After the busi
ness session is over a party of the
editors will meet in Columbia and
hie themselves away for a two weeks
trip to Denver, Colorado. An enjoy.
able time and a pleasant trio is prom.
ised the "Knights of the Quill" by
President E. H. Aull. Our regret is
that our "delinquent list" has decreed
that we should spend the summer in
Pickens. We humbly bow to the in
evitable. Pickens is a good place to
spend the summer in.
--N. D. Taylor spent this week in
his studio at Pickens. He is certain.
ly as well pleased with the patronage
he is getting as his patrons are with
the work he is J.urning out. Every
body loves to go where they cau get
the best; that is why so many folks
are having him to make their pict.
ures -his work is so good that after
giving one order to him you are so
well pleased that you give him another
sitting. Any kind and style of pict,
ure you want, is his motto, and the
price is very reasonable for the qual.
ity of the work. How about a brooph
or cuff button, or scarf pin photo, for
your best "feller?"
-Ed. Ellenburg, for whom the
authorities held a warrant soue time
ago, but who esoaped to North Caro.
lina and was there nabbed and scnt
to the penitentiary for the crime ol
adultery, but who subsequently es.
caped and wended his way back tc
Pickens, was captured by Deputy
Sheriff P. P. McDaniel and Consta
ble H. A. Nealey on Monday nighi
at Pet Ellenbnrg's houso, near town.
Ed. will probably now face two prop.
ositions-be returned to the pen tc
finish his sentence and then be
turned over to the South Carolina
authorities to stand trial for abduc.
tion, seduction and adultory.
-The picnic at Birch's Ford lasi
Saturiay was well attended. It -vas
an ideal day and fair maidens and
gallant young men from the country
aide around gathered to spend ii
pleasant day. The speeches w ere
timely and well delivered and up t(
the standard of such . oratorical out
bursts. The dinner spread around
in the shade of the giant oaks was
one calculated to please the mosi
epicureon taste and was ani abundant
one0. The glades and sylvan retreats
were wvell patronized by the young
men and ladies and mnany events in
future history wvill be dated from this
day, and no doubt a few pains wvas
felt by some of the sterner sex, butl
they wvill probably eventually out.
grow it, and be tile better for thec
A beautiful wedding was solemn.
ized in the Presbyterian church at
Easley Tuesday evening - Miss Ninec
Boggs was wedded to Dr. J. N. Hal,
The church was beautifully anc
tastefully decorated wvith ferns, ivj
and varied evergretubs anld choice pot
ted plants, and the scone withal was
one of entrancing beauty. The
chlurch wvas filled to overflowing with]
friends of the popular y'oung couphi
long before the arrival of the brida
Softly the strains of the ever sweet
and beanutiful Mendellsson's Wedding
March-the lovely old1 air that thrillk
the inimost soul-skillfully rendere.
by Miss Lida Folger, anniounced the
entrance of the bridal party, wicla
entered in the following order:
'The ushers were Messrs. J. Toomei
Richey, J. Runfue Ash more, Richarc
Wyatt and Edgar Morris.
Then came the bridesmaida and
Miss Nannic Mauldin with J
Miss Julia Smith with Judge T1
Misn Jonnie Oribblo with Qwir
Miss Josic B~oggs with James P.
Miss Marie Folger with Dr. Ossie
Miss Bessie Hamilton with A.
Miss Ada Gossett with Franki
The maid of honor', Miss Ettr
Boggs, sister of the bride, preceded
Then came the groom, Dr. 3. N.
Hallum, attended by his best man, P.
Brides are always beautiful-ther<
may be slightly varying degrees of
beauty-this bride was a vision of
loveliness that beggars description.
The bride entered on the arm oi
her uncle, Horace IHorton, of Clinton
and met the groom at Hymen's sacred
altar and the two lighted their trotli
-the words were spoken by Rev. J.
T. Wade, the bride's palstor.
Immediately after tlhe ceremon3
the bridal party went to the home ol
the bride's mnothaer, Mrs. W. IK. Boggi
wvhere there wvas n.usio and fesating
Many and betl.fful were tile gifts
that testify of the popularity of the
The bride is a 'lnnehter of the latE
B1ev. WV. K. Bogge, a niece of Solici
tor Julius E. Boggs asnd,-a grand
daughter of Mrs. Sai'ah Alexander,
and is possessed..of~ are beauty and r
sweetness of biiposition that endears
her to a la' e circle of friends.
The gr em is a rising young mar
in busines ~-a member of tle Pick
The gr mn was accompanied by a
traiud-load f friends on his happy
mission t asle.
Wedne morning the h11
couple left o* 'le and
Opened at R. C.CARTER'S, I
until his on0 ire 00o
We can toll you here of but very fe
. appreciate them. Pricos will be spoola
gardless of cost. Read every word and
W Look for the tickets, goods marked in
IM less than half price.
Umbrella's hei'vy twill ateel rod worth
75 this sale they go at 45o.
0 60 inch rod Table Damask warrante
* turkey red regularly pricod at 65c per
going during this sale at 24o.
1000 yards calico, standard, going long
%sts at 4jo the yard.
15 dozen Men's Dress Shirts, regular
kind to go during this sale at 65o.
10 dzei Men's Dress Shirts, 75o kind
during this sale for 65c.
My immenso stock of shoes-all to go i
sale at great money saving prioos.
One lot of men's shoes regularly priced a
to go for 95o.
R. C. CARTI
Our Yale S
doesnot nicatn olS hrdsoc bt.v
..RibuR O FedAbu Mn H
Are goin Taota, sold for a clsongu
does no0 4ea ol har 2tstoc bu "V
ind o car over anthin in thes
No 40 " " " 20ots to"
No 40 Satin Tarnta sold for 20o to olose a
NoG6O " " " B5c to "
No 80 " " " " 450o to4
No 40 Moire, Bold for 25o to close out n
No 60 " " " 30, to " "
No 80 " " " 85e, to " " "
A few pieces of No 120 Lonsino Ribb0
60 cent kind to close at 30 cents.
These are decidedly the biggest ribbon
gains ever offered and you should not mlNa
Big Reductions i
STORE is full of B3e
backed by our iron c
"Your Moneys W<
To Cure a
Take Laxative Bromo Q
Se~ Mu~ bx, odInpst1 ont
Aberty, s. U., July, 1 , and will continue
k of SUDIMER GO0DS are sold.
w of tho astomishing bargains. You must see them to
Ily redued on all goods. Many thiugs will be sold re.
i then come and see that the hair has never been told.
plain figures, that means that the article Is oftrred for
rogular One lot of fine footwear worth $2.00 to be
sold during this special bargain sale for $1.25.
I] best Large lot of pants, overalls, going at prices
yard unheard of.
Alarm Clocks 65c. Eight day, half-hour strike
'as it clock for $1.95. Food choppers, crockery %6
onanelworo, tinware. I would like to tell
about my special prices. Remember special
prices will be made on every articles during this
sale. Best Spern sowing machine oil warranted
to go inot to gum, good for bicycles, large bottles
only o. "Foreo", Grape Nuts, the new food
n this for tir-d ierve, ieds no cooking only 15c. It
would take twico a. much space as I have and
t $1.50 thon I couldn't tell all. Call and see me if you
E R, LIBERTY., South Carolina.
SCARTE R.0 ____
pOR young men and . all
nobby dressers-made on
entirely different lines from the
ordinary ready-to-wear suits
because it is distinctive in cut
To wear one means to be
properly clothed; 'tis said "The
clothes make the man," but
we sell the "clothes that make
IILLINERY . ..
/NAT THE Ms.,
moth Store. (
26 and Ending Saturday July 4.'
3ONS and SILKS.
You can't afford to miss this opportunity. This da
~rything in these lines will be included. .We don't P
departments, so be on hand and get your share. ti
if... SILKS 4 SILKS. .
at 8o.ThyM s
" 12cThyM s
S15c Be Seld,..
t 100o 1 Lot plaid silk to go at . . . . . . 25c
20 "All 50 anid 610 cent Silk to go at . .. . 874
2618 1 Lot 85o Silk to go at.... .. .......8c
20o 1 Lot $1.00 and $1.25 Silk to go at . . . 80c
n the ~Don't Fall to see...
thor. These Bargains.
n all departmnents. Th~1e BIG
trgains. Every puirchase is
>rth or Youir Money Back."
ce- Morrow Co.
~, South Carolina.
Cold in One Day M.?.
I4iflifl tablets. ont every
iA 4,, .
.S S MER GOODS
on our entire line of Dress "Goods, C!,o
ingand Low (ut Shoes for Mer I
Women and Children.
Wo have a few pair of patent leather oxfords for Men t to
Fro0m Now Tii Sept. 1st.
We will offer our entire line of General Merohandise at . hi,
discount. We hope by that time to be in new quarters
we want to move as few goods as possible.
)on't Miss This Golden Opportuni,
FOR BARGAINS as it don't come but about once.in a
time. Our prices are always right but this reduction b..
them down cheaper than the cheapest. Highest prices p.;'
for country produce. Your patronage solicitedb
Folger & Thornley,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishiu
k Complete Set of Di e
F R E E
We take pleasure in announcing to our many fr
and customers the fact that we have just clos
contract with one of the largest potteries in the
to furnish us with decorated ware, which we i:
.ABSOLUTELY FREE OF COS'
-e willwguarantee to sell all goods as cheap i
cheaper t i ver before and with each pur<
with cash or pro will i ue coupons repr
ing the 3pount of your p' ase. When your
ons reach specified amounts you are I led to
ent dishes such as dinner plates, pie pla s,
somely decorated cups and saucers, exqui
signs in covered dishes, bakers, orange bowls, .
dishes, water jugs, tea pots and in' fact everi
that goes to constitute a complete set of. dishes ''
cordially invite you to call at our store and ii
these goods and we will be delighted to explain
offer to you in detail.
Craig Brother :
--ONE-PRICE CJASHI STORE.4
is extended to the trading p~ublic to call and u
line of goods I carry. If either the goods or .
ces don't suit you don't have to buy !!!
I want your produce, eggs. chickens, etc., and
the highest market prices for same, either in
trade-Givc mc a trial and you will never reg.
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parched and green coffees I
~reat Bargains in Laces!
and embroidery with insertions to match I A man who
tisiness to scrape up bargains in goodls sent me a lot of II.
roideries and insertions with instructions "to sell"; that mn
thiA lot lasts you can buy it for less than half the usual
ith the lot is some extra fiine htwns; were it niot for the
w price he made on~ this I would ship it, back. Several p
es and other up to date dress goods; you will be intere
-ices on this stuff. A few pairs very nice oxfords, hardb~
ention, 45c. for your choice. Last year a house shipped r
mes as many cotton hoes as I bought; it is a good thing]1
they are much higher. I can se11 you cotton hoes for lei>
u1 be bought at wholosale, and still make a little pron
tiling to do it.J
Produce always wanted.
ST. 0. H AR R :,
We are always
3lad to see you
buying the 1
Trhe best is the cheapest. It is economy to buy
We like to sell the best because the best always gives sa~
This applies to all classes of goods
iStoves, Axes, Saws, Table and Pock
utlery, Hammers, Hand Saws &
as well as to
Sh~oes, Hats, Clething, ,Jeans, Sheet Ings, Checks,
Yarns, Drills, Oil Clth,
and hundredsof other useful ar ticles which we ahay '
REMEMBER I Good goods cost but little n
shoddy goods. Call in, look through our stock in iit *~
lines and give us your valued business. Onr stocki p
plate in every way.
W. T. MoFAL