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Pitkits Snitl-kml.
HaDDenlngs ol a Local and Personal Nature.
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?Mre. W. L, Jenkins is visiting
relatives in Greenville.
?W. W. White, of Audetfcon,
spent Sunday in Piokens.
?Don't forget the meeting of tlio
W. of W. next Saturday night.
V ?Miss Lucy Hegood, of Binning{
hatn, is on a visit to relatives in Pick
pns.
?LeKoi and Bruce Boggs linvo
returned from n visit to friends in
Greenville.
?Miss Lila Harris is on a visit to
ber friend, Miss Mamie Wagner, at
Saluda, N. O.
?Mr. and Mrs. J. McL). Jiruco
\ are viewing the beautiful Sapphire
country this week.
?Olerk of Court A. John Boggs
is rapidly recovering from a severe
attack of typhoid fover.
?As the time for tho elnction
itrnwn nnofflr t.lin nniuliilntn'u rrri it
grows longer and stronger.
?Mrs. K. H. Curotou will very
Boon remove to Qroenvillo county nud
make hor homo with her father.
?You can find a real nico assortment
of Corbitt ai)d Hummer buggies
and surreys at Carter's, Liborty.
-?Misses Esther and Winona
Carey, of Loekhart, ore on a visit to
the family of their Uncle, Mr. James
P. Carey.
?It is a good time to sow turnips i
for early use, and to plant Irish po?
./ tatoes and transplant cabbage for
winter use.
^Henry G. McElwaine, tho gonial
representative of tho Equitable
Life Assurance Society, left yesterday
for Westminister.
?Itev. J. E. Fost?*r requests us to
announce that his address hereafter
will be Marrietta, S. C., It F. D No.
2, insteAfi of Olga, h. C.
?Miss Maud and Katkuleen West,
two attractive youug ladies of Chirksvillo,
Ga., ure visiting their sister,
Mrs. Dr. Webb, this week.
? Miss Florence Bowon lias ro
turned from Cateechee. where she
attended an enjoyable house party
given by Mrs. T. M. Norris.
?Mrs, Bluford Alexander, who
has been very ill for the past three
; weeks, is very much improved at
I present, to the dolight of her many
friends.
, ?Mr. J. Clifton Ott, brother of
< Mfr.O. M. Abney, is on a visit to tho
j Methodist parsonage. Mr. Ott is
with tho Southern Railway Company
' in Columbia.
?Dr. E B. VVobb spent Friday at
his dairy farm near Easley. A superior
quality of butter is being produced,
for which there is ready silo
at u fancy price.
?Mr. I&dgar Hiott, who recently
received appointment in tho railway
mail service, will go on u regular run
between Greensl>oro and Atlanta begiqning
August 1.
?Lost?Between Pickens C. H.
and the >brick yard, on Saturday,
July 23d, 0110 brown buggy umbrella.
Finder will ploase roturn to this of
fico or to S. H. IJrown.
?A singing school will ho conducted
at Porter's Chapel for t'jn
days, beginning Monday, August 1.
It will be lead by Prof. J. L. Murphree.
Everybody invited to attend.
?Mrs. J. D. Katterree, of Chester,
, , and Mr, and Mrp. Wilkes of Fairfield,
\tbo have been spending some
time with the family of Dr. J. I).
riirfilnn lfift. Snlnrrlnu fi\r lliuif in..
spective homes.
?Tho Ladies' Missionary Society1
of'the Liberty Presbyterian church,'
will servo ico cream, have music, etc.,
at the school building, beginning at
(i o'clock j). m., July 29, 1904. The'
public aro cordially invited. ,
?A mountain party passed through1
l'ickens Monday. They were equippi
ed for camping out. About Monday"
night no doubt there Wast aomo tuilj
scratching for cover. In fact \vu<
heard of such experiences niarer)
hotne. ( \
?Married on Sunday, July 24, at'
" 41mj residence of the groom's brother,Jos.
H. Unnt, near Dacusville, Mr. 1
flobt. T. Hunt,of Greenville, to Miss'
Dader ltigdon, daughter of Mr. W.
H. ltigdon, of Atubler, Itev. D." It
Brown, of l'aoolet, officiating.
?Wo are requested to armour)06
that r, series of meetings will com111
once at Gap Hill church the fifth
Bunday morning at ll) o'clock.
There will bo a love feast at 10 o'clock,
Everybody bring well filled
tawketa and dinner will bo served on
the ground.
^ ? IVof. Geo. S, Goodg'ion is in
town trying arrange a lyceum course
for lMckens the coming winter. A
tterief of able lectures and musicia)
alfractione would provo very helpfm
educational and soc al life of
toWn, and it ?? to be hoped that such
a course -can be arranged.
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?Miss Floride Carey bos returned
from a visit to Soneca.
?Mies Essio Earle has returned
from u pleasant visit to relatives at
Westminister.
?Protraoted services will begin at
Secoua Friday night before the first
Sunday iu August.
?A spooial woetiug will begin at
Porter's Chapel the first Suuday in
A L ~ L _1 - ? 1
IXU^UHb HI OlOVCU O CIOCK.
?Prof. McD. WoftuiB will sing at
Secona the 1st Sunday. As it is preach-1
ing clay a good crowd should bo present.
--Miss Irene Clarke, the efficient
and popular music teacher of Liberty,
spent Sunday with friends in
Pickens.
?Mrs. (ieorge Latimer and sons,
George and Tom, of Chester, have
been on a visit to relatives in Pickens
tlio past week.
?Work was begun Monday on
Mrs. N. E. Thorn ley's house. The
old hotel will bo convortod into a
modern residence of attractive appearance.
?John Lesley, "Singing John,"
will conduct tho singing during the
special meeting at Tabor, and Itev.
M. L. Banks, of Kusley, will assist in
the preaching. Let every^'^j come.
Remember tho meeting begins lifth
Sunday in July
?Tlio season of tbo year has come
when a liberal supply of limo about
bog pollh and other places of tilth
may prevent fever. Should no fover
arise, the pleasing effect on tbo olfoctory
nerves would at least counter
balance the insignificant cost of the
lime.
?Mr. William Burdioe. a former
citizen of Pickens county, accompanied
by bis brother, Thomas, was
in Pickens yesterday, circulating
among his old friends. Mr. Burdino
left this county twenty-nine years
ago, and is cordially greeted by nis
friends on bis return.
?The State Teachers Association
which met in ltock Ilill last woek was
| tho most largely attended for years.
I Pickens \%as represented by Messrs.
I .J. E. Boggs, R. T. Hulluin and \V. E.
1 Dendv. Mr. Boggs made u most
captivating address during tiio conference
ou the subject of "Moral Sen
timent."
?James M. Ferguson, who is
manager of the retail department of
tli?) Burr Hardware (Ji>., of Green
ville, was in Pickens Tuesday. lto
lias been down with an attack of fever,
and has come to visit his father,
Capt Johu Ferguson, with a view to
recuperating ou the hills of his na
tivity.
--ltov. D. W. lliott in at Martin,
On. tliis woek conducting a meeting.
HisH appointments for IS u ml ay at the
Baptist oburch were most acceptably
filled by Kev. A. Christopher, of Easily.
Mr. Christopher is a young man
of great earnestness, and preaches
with much zeal and power, lie givos
fluttering promiso of becoming a
light in the ministry.
?There will bo an educational rally
and picnic at Six Mile the 5th of
A 1 C* 1 '11
/vu^uhi. otverui spuaKers win ue
presenter! this occasion. Among
theyV^vill l>e Profs. It. T. Ilallnm ami
\V'. E. Deudy, T. J. Mauldin, Uov.
Posey, J. C. Garrett and several others.
Tho object of the meeting is to
i get the people more interested along
educational lines.
? Thero will be a meeting of the
Woodmen of tho World held in Ivy
M. Mauldin's oflico next Saturday
night at 8:30. All members who
have bcon obligated, and all appli
cants for membership are urged to
bo present. Any persons who may
wish to send in their application for
mcmbeiship are urged to do ho before
tbon, so that action can be taken on
> V samo that night. <""?- . .
ird.? itniu u Horn. '
No one need go down to eternal death j
ho is able to turn around and go the ]
lier way, for the otln r way leads to etei- '
il life.?United l'resbyterian. '
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Christian Kuliiiitastoii.
A Missionary in India, Rev. W. P.
ver^, tells this story, which illustrates
lat the gospel Carrie* its comfort 111 disess
to tlie convert in India as it does 111
lis country:
"One <.f our older Rengali boys, whom
e were counting on to help us in the lu
lie, was carried off in a few hours by ?.
olcnt lever. His poor lather had struj?- I
ed to give his boy every chance to learn, > ^
>pii>K he would hccoine a Christian work- jj
Hnt the Master caw (it to take liiin \
r higher si nice in the kingdom nhnvi?. ft
lien tliiH father wan told that his son >1
id passed riway lie bowed !:ii head in sub* f-|
ission worthy of any Christian in any q
tun try, as he; said: "The Lord cave and ?:
le Ix>rd hatli taken away; blessed be tlio t|
line of tlie Lord."?Ham's Horn. J 1]
Mutilioo<l. | |K
Manhood has two or l!nve qualities, j
rat. self-assertion, and f. j;ood many men 1 a!
ver jjet beyond that- they become bill-j 'sj
M or cirnlidltt Tit..*- ?* *1
. K? i nifir |
ay, ride rough shod over every man. I j
\ not siiy self-assertion is to bo do- i '
poyed, it is to he directed, and that is I
ie second quality, self-direction. That Cl
wcr belongs to every man. Hod Him* I
[If does not invade or destroy it. The I
kwers of self assertion and sen-direction ;
Inch their climax in self-surrender t<? tlie 1 j
?hest.?Rev. W. T. McDowell, New York
ity. I sij
a With.
o be free from narrowness;
p respond to the nearest need, ; 1H?
To help all: I (j^
t? magnify the good in the meanest,
i> minimize with love apparent faults in Hr
| others; i W
> give l?od His opportunity in me; j p,
> further Hisplan for the world He loved; ,
Let tins be my wish. ?'*
? W. P. Lander*. ot
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?You can get Coat's thread at 50
cents per dozen spools at Carter's,
Liberty.
?There hits just arrived a solid cmload
of thoBG lifrllt rillimmr ntwl mnnf.
excellent Thornhill wagons ut Carter's,
Liberty.
?Friends of Mr. A. J. Boggs,
Clerk of Court, will read with pleasure
hiB note of appreciation through
which he seoks to express his gratification
at the return of health ami
strength, and to thauk the people of
Pickeus couuty for their patient indulgence
through his long and very
sovere illness. The Sentinel-Journal
joins the general public in this expression
of gratefulness for his return
to strength, and hopes soon to
see him at his accustomed duties in
tho clerk's otlice.
A Word From Mr. Boggs.
To the peoplo of Pickens county:
My present sickness has provonled
me from attending personally to
tho duties of my oflice, as Clork of
Court, for some time nast. and I am
still confined to iny room and bed.
While I regret, exceedingly, my present
physical inability to look personally
after official matters, I am nevertheless
grateful for tlio patience of a
fovcb3'?ring 'jiiiblic, and ?sk, at your
hands, the continuation of your favorable
consideration as I havo honestly
endeavored to merit it iu tho past
With very best wishes to all, I am,
Your obedient servaut, V
A. John Boggs.
Looper Dots.
As my last communication failed
to be published for some cause unknown
to me, T will venturo to
write again to the dear old Senti
nel-Jouaual, and hope the waste
basket has been moved so that this
article will escapo it.
The health of this community is
very good at present.
Laying by is the order of the
day with them that are not done.
H. A. Looper reported cotton
blooms on July 5th.
A good rain fell in thi? section
Saturday, which did the crops
much good.
Several wells and small branches
have wont dry 011 account of the
dry year.
What a good crop of candidates
and black berries we have! Come
around, candidates, and see us, we
will thin you out in August and
give more space to t lie correspondents.
We have only two ^candidates
for magistrate for Dacusville township.
They aro W. H. Williams
and Tom Childrebs.
Mr. (?. W. Bowoti and Miss Evie
Ilondricks wete guests at .1. G.
Hughes' Sunday.
W. 0. Chapman visited at \V. T.
Smith's Sunday,
Mrs. T. A. Julian visited her
mother, Mrs. H. A. Freeman, last
week.
There will be an old folks flinging
at Peter's Croek church the
fifth Sunday in this month. Every
body ia cordially invitod to come
and bring till you song books, and
bring your old christian harmony,
and let us have a good old time
singing.
Rev. J. T. Singleton filled his
regular appointment at Peter's
Creek last Sunday, and preached a
good sermon.
Well, Mr. B., don't say anything
more about Cony, or you will have
him so ashamed that he wont go
out in company for fear some one
will laugh or mako sport of him,
but, Conv. if Votl want to msirrv
and was born to marry, before
striving your lite out trying to
marry and the and never marry,
come over and sob June Sweetnor,
and she will put the love to you till
you fool it, and if wo cannot agree I
will send yon to seo somo of our
old maids or widows. Wh hstvo
plenty of them and you Hliall not
be disappointed if marrying i?
your desire. Hofore you come, you
must polish your shoos, shampoo
your hair, put on a long face and
swoet Huiilo.
I will close with bost wishes to
Tlio Snntinftl-.Tmirtml mid ito ronrl.
urn. June Swi etner.
(feK Ann BANK DEPOSIT
Railroad Far# Paid. 500
* FHIR Couraes Offered.
MSMIi Board at Cost. Writ# Quick
IOMIAAUBAMA BUSINESS COUIfll.Maco.Q*
OABTOniA.
Bear* the /f H* Kini! You Hare Always Bought
Liberty Items.
The Boggs Reunion is to bo fit tho
old homesteud of Thoa. G. instead of
T. J. Bogge, JSr. (as your typo set it)
on Saturday before tho 2nd Sunday
in Aug.*
Material is being laid on the ground
by tho cur load foi the uow factory.
Good rains fell in this section last
wnnlt
Congressional candidates Rpoke
hero Saturday "and nearly half tho
audience wero candidates. It see'i'od
not to have beon generally known,
and tho question, "why was it not in
tho paper?" was asked.
.J. II. Brown and wife at ten led
tho burial of his aunt, Mrs. Alford,
at Central, Mouduy. She died in
Greenville, whore tho family ban
boon living sine.o the railway company
moved their nftW ** ><* Central
O.'o nad time to hurl itfieu^
under the back wheels.
The Pluck of Edison.
Tlrere e.re today about a quarter ot
i billion Incandescent lamps in this
country. The man who has not seen
an electric light is looked upon as a
curiosity, mil u ib oniy iwenty-nvo
yeare since Edison succeeded In making
a practical electric light, after
three* years of failures.
Mr. Edison began his work on an
electric light In 187C. In two years ho
had made nothing but failures and ho
had lost his health. He took a month's
vacation and began ot'aln. All the
>*. surges*, of Senecu, world
repairing teeth.
Itev. 11. A. Dronnan is to preach
here next Sunday night.
T. S. Glenn, of Slnbtown, has
bought the; storo house and dwelling
of A. M. Young near the cotton mill,
where ho will open up business this
fall.
Visitors too numerous to mention.
CJ.
GO TO
W. H. ASHMORE
To get your Buggy Tire
Sot with the
"It Does it Right"
[WEHA
1 One Solid
) One Solid i
| ONE SOLID
| lUGGII
# and other mer
\ to get my pr.i<
| you money.
I tors when in 1
I The Plan
f I >on't for<
# i'or I am sol 111
1 ning "IHano,"
r er made by A
\ fitted all ov
J makes it the 1
C ever sold.
S s** s
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| Rente
Rut PriffiFORT
bAJLUI 1 1JLUUM
All kinds of Summer Goods for
cool if you would be comfortable
, suits if you want to enjoy '-The <
Strouse 1
...AND... t.'S
!-Bro?
nign isp
Clothing CJjjSiai
,\v e arc well supplied with all kii
4 )ry Goods, Shoes, I lats nnd Ge
Just received a big lot of
Randies and dimities. Solid cas
{Hardware of every description,
/and Furniture, anything everythi
IJ Lily and August are usually the
Imake lively months, call on us f<
i to you L<3 .make your wants knov
FOLGER & 1
i Sole Agents for tl
I Strouse & Tif.o
Battle A:
I
j RUB1
I (! Our RUBHH
\\ line is almos
i IV especially our
)) \TX\ ily and Fount
// j \\ will interest y
! IV A good Fai
: \\ Syringe for
^ A good Fo
\\ tain Syringe
?; 1)1 / 1 y
H 1 1VIW.HS L71 U:
fj -~-c~^L)rugs & S
\\ N. B.?Our aim is
want and to t
vTjiTstI
Car Load Thornhi
,ar Load Mowers
OAR LOAD GOOKI
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y i i m't if 4
iiF>, u iiiiiii 1 ?, 1 l J."
chand lso arriving d
3es before you buy,
\I alee my store y<
[own.
o Mower is
4'ot me when you j
lg the up-to-date a
which is the strong'
merican skill and a
er with 1Jrass Bu
ightest running, str
;arter, i
ruber At Brown Bui I
"J 1 Moil
July and August. Keep
Buy one of our Two-piece
'iood Old Summer Time,"
I
l i Is the
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kind
li that
08^) fits,
ids of light summer clothing,
nts Furnishings.
colored and white lawns, orie
of white lawn, 6c to 25c.
Buggies and Wagons, Stoves
ing with prices always right,
dull months but lively prices
:>r anything you need. Its up
mi, we will do the rest.
rundmf
L JULJ 1 ,
ie Mitchell Wagon
s. Clothing and
Shoes.
5ER: |
:r goods v\^
t complete, /) \
line ot Kim- AM It X
ain Syringes i)
ou::;;: J) { "
nily 50c ((
r 1.00 I
g Company, ((
tationery.Ei?^- (i
to have what you JJ
sell it to you right. ((
RECEIVED i
II Wagons, i
i
and Hakes. I
NG STOVES. /
vKNESS 1
aily. 1>G sin > 1
and I can save 1*
our headq nar
The Best. |
ieed a mower, , /
rid light-run- 1
est", best mow- 1
vorkmanship; f
shing, wJiicli f
'oncost, mower J
Liberty, S. C 1
Iding. #
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