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Come in m
help enjoy it. It
~ health authorities
soda water, if e
with it is perfectl
to health, and a pr
We do all we
COME, and if
pleased we have
lavDeninas o! a Local aid Personal Nature
-For bargains in shoes see Carter
--.Report ofrthe Prators singing is
crowded out this week.
-Born on the 25th tilt. to Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Yoang, a son.
-Born on the 21st ilt. to Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. T. Nally, a son.
--See change of ad of Craig Bros.
and Pickens Drug Co., in this issue.
-Miss Myrtio Holder visited the
lisses G!azenors of Eul, y last Sun
-Magistrate C. G. Rowland, of
Central, was in Pickens Tuesday on
-A vice time was had and ' good
crow d attended the singing at Cedar
Rock last Sunday.
-Quite a nica time was bad at the
ild at Enon last
old rather owe you
a b>i1l a hundred years that put. you
to the trouble of collecting it.
-Quite a little crowd of people
have been in town the past few days,
and our mer chants report trade good.
--An Iowa man has applied for
an injunction to restrain a lady whc
lives next door to him from cooking
-Miss Beulah P'ooro rotLrned to
her home in Westminiister last Wed
nesday, after a weoek's vi~sit to frie ad s
in Pickens anmd vicnhity.
-Ernest Freeman has accepted a
position with the Coleman-Wagonmer
Hardware CJo., of Charleston, and
loft Mmdav to go to wvork.
--We invite your attention to thi
ad of H-obbs.Hlenderson Jo , of Green
ville, in this issueC. They are adver
tising clothes and can fit you in any
st3le of suit you may want.
-Don't get disco uraged becaust
your extra early vegeta~bles woe kill
ed. There is time enough to make
the muy best kind of a garden.
--R. T. Ilallam, Superintendent of
E luoation, spent last woek in Colum.
bia in attendanceo npon thme ed uca
tional conzforence held in -that city.
- Small grain is growing ranid1l
and all indications p)oint to a better
yield thatn usual. '.'hoe recent cold
snap did nothurt either the wheat om
-Mi. T. 0. B3oggs, of Liberty
was in Pickens Friday. lie says his
early vegetables wero badly hurt bJ
the freezo, thc ugh he is 'sating rip<
-Mr. W. H. Hf. Arinil, of th
Enon section, accompanied by WV. 0
Saunders, of Rtome, Gam., was in Pick
ens last Friday, amId evinced mnucl
inte~rest in Iihn contest.
Y .nd and brick is beini
otiractor Grandy foi
a nice house for Mr
.e9. .Jrolger, and wor~k will be rushe<
to an early completion.
- -J. 0. Garret wants all of his cus
tomerms to come in at on1ce with theil
wheat as lhe is going to have his mil
4 overhauled, and it will be a month
before it will be ready to run again.
-WV. D..Cox of the Saluda side ol
the county, brought a load of corn t<
Pickens Tuesday, that was the finest
that. has been here in thany a (lay
The t.raIks wore largoi and nell do
veloped ab the ears will average
er Season is now on.
'ithi the throng and
has been proven by
that a glass of cold
y clean, is beneficial
eventative of disease.
can to keep every
clean and sanitary.
you go away dis
failed in our mission.
-Flour, cheaper than anywhere, at
--Miss Josio Boggs, of I'-sley, is
visiting her sister Mrs. J. N. Hallum.
-Mrs. M. F. Hester and Miss lUla
Looper were among the many visitors
in Easley last Suoday.
-Everv Ihing that can struighten
a chain or toat a backband is being
hooked to a plowatock.
.-The Baptist women of Johnston
attend night services bareheaded.
This is a new departure.
-Dr. Hallum. after being con
fined to his room for a week is able to
be at the drug store again.
-Cadet J. Hovey Earle, of Clem.
soi, spent Monday with his parente,
Mr. and Mrr. J. W. Earle.
-I am selling my dry goods fur
less than cost. See me before you
buy. I,. C. Carter, Liberty.
Miss Josie Earle returned Monday
from Easley and Greenville, where
she has been visiting relatives.
-Lev. Matheson preached two ex
cellent sermons in the Pickens Prep.
byterian church morning and night.
-Dr. T. W. Folger, of Contral,
wvas in Pickens Monday to see the
conting of the SentinelJournal vot
ing contest. He returned home per
--Last Monday was Salesday. One
tract of lund went under the auc
tioneer's hammer. Quite a little
crowd of people came to town that
day and the merchants had a good
-It is said that the farmers are
putting more guano under corn this
spring than usual. This no doubt
accounts largely for the big amount
of guano being bought this year by
- Our correspondents are request
ed to send in their letters for
publication in The Sentinel-Journal
on Monday evening of each week.
This will insure their publications on
I. -Different reports co~ in as to
the wheat prospect. Some farmers
report that it is very promising, while
others say that it is thin and spind
ling. Oats are very fine. T1he spring
sowing promises a fair crop.
-James H. Martin formerly ol
-LPickens county, but nowv of Junction
City, Texas, spent a month in the
Dacnsville section visiting relatives
and friends. Ihis daughter, Mrs. St.
Lawrence, acompanied him on the
- -On account of the light docket,
and the busy season with the farm
era, there will be no May term of
court. The next regular term of
court for this county will be holdon
in September, beginning the third
-Miss (lorrinni' Newton, who has
been in Atlanta for seine time, arrived
in Picken s Mondlay night. She hasM
accepted the position of stonographer
for Lawyer T1. J. Mauldin and has
entered upon her duties. 11cr many
friends are glad to welcome her back
--You know this has been an inter.
eaoting contest when ministerse, their
-olders, stowarto and deacons have
taken part in it; when bank and mill
I presidents, bank cashiers, merchants
and their clerks; wvhen staid old far.
mers and the ladies (God bless them)
have all gone to work for their favor
ites. This has been a mighty inter.
eating, and at the same ime, a good
natured contest, and we think over~
one is satisfied at the result, and
wouk1 (nter again into apother One(
rome time. We arce glad of the in.
terest it has. oreated a'nd the nice wa~
in which itO~mo.
O UR stock is more complete aloniA
G ent's Furnishings. DIty Goo
A beautiful line of colored lawns a
waists. We wish to call your special
bought in such large quanties and s<i
much cheaper than ever before. Don
Buggies, wagons, harness, saddle
Bio Lot 25c White Lawn to go
A thousand and one things that we haven't roo
ter. We are always pleased to show you what wt
make, or your money refunded. Yours trul
.Olothing, Shioes, IIts. and 4Gent's
small boy wishe~s to got out to thoenteeuainlfedo ~eos
creeks and try) his luck and~ skill at
th~e minnows. No pleasure inl after vstn eaie nti ony i
life so thrills one as to see the cork mte a isGogaBaly
bobbing, or to feel the minnows an)lduhtro ergBade, o
cot ish nib~bling at tho bait. Lot the" ile tLoou onan
boys go fishing. qiea~~iewt e nl,~lj )
-Hon. J. P. Carey loft Monday. aly.SearidE.Si
for Columbia, where ho goes to hioldlt er g eradadhrhn
a four wveek's sp~ecial term of court. bnlnOelt eristln
.Ju dge Corey is one of the bes t posted na oe hr hyaenwlv
lawyers in the State, and ick~ens isin. Ti istefrtvito l' .
proud of the honor conferred uponhrevthhilaot Iltle5ea
him; the only regret is that he is notoltoleoosasithwrd
tenerd hefoloviig t imn thBeUSaIoNESS fiLdOfCkAS.
R. L ilidersn, V. E Dcnv -Wt N.. Sonde, f o o, a., is.
matria hep rndredinvesoiting r oatiesi t hony.Hi
mortry waoMssGergia Bhraley,
AndersonShe mow elheoinomfoina Pickhnspfon
civicimprvemet assciaton, itoe a(hile ituhr ncle, ofj sD.e
thegrad jry illbe ke att . Braley She married & C.Sa
nextter of he ourtto ecomneder Sof th isii coutro and ot ton
areaarond he our hosei ' lty years agoe andt~OC and erh.
proedsoewatinth wy ha tea Romewhr he aro nwliv
i Thiis~ th1irs visit' n~ o Mr.
- --Te pop~a f Boman villhere h with hiors ament alttso 5hytar
an ppotuityto ea onoofth to.elks as iftheorrld
aottom Stde, aso cho.ic V.hadot o eal kindy A.withn hri .
-ikes Our toak pre thee anex Sorb \V-v ----g h igetlieo
uered nih afol dalowiig aic ~Ofrd ting getee:BSNSOAndS. nt
C. laret crod J.il H.oBall enti frorJs nother car gof inthel wagony.
hatnria Thelrendll1)eed indteed hot Folger & Thornley.
ig ofai topeiate thischurch d If youwnt thebet, pai t cmaes
iacolri ontes jStar lse b hsohvHarssTn and cCotyundue
Dao.t fgethttecoig./ThenetJ.Foler l & hrne.
Anderson, i nownclamfingmfora .aThompson
ciis improvementkassociadedonl, and Coatd s o o atn o shoe
ltkeand jury il . boAne interete J T. Fennll & Co.
nex prrm is thein aorrngedand Seo 'ihisi e iner Str ad till
musi for tupevaiso will bhe par,8b the gb~ OS ttm Sa~oe
ront frn the csort ios e, ~fbot m sga osrv y mswl
provedrsmewhat.iWthe waywhat th
----nThe vele Bwan will has uce n aysaeo o ~~odl
bmesth largestvines0~r of the airctieicacl
~oboi.. rof Dedy~ lR8 c ollar at . T. Feunell&' s St.o hre
all lines, especially Dress
[)s--Ou)lr fine of dress goodi
n1d dinities, and mercerize
attention to our white got
: a variety of patters, and t
t Fail to See OUr line of laces
This is our main line and our pride
four of the largest concerns in the worl
quality and fit that is unsurpassed.- We
of High Art Clothing. They fit like t
much. Suits for children 75 cents to $
Suits for youths $2.50 to $8-50.
In every conceivable st
price. The old reliable 1
meni, women and childre
knows that the Battle A
shoes on earth. Walkover
$3-5() anid $4..) Stetson
$5.oo and $5,5).
Oxords for everybo(
styles and pric(s. Vhite, C
v'ici, and patent vici. Ma'
known for anything in the
are the people for you.
Big Lot of Furniture.
Trunks, Rugs, etc.
Solid Oak Suits fiom ,815.00 to $50.00.
Sideboards $12.00 to $35.00.
Hall Stands $7.00 to $15.00.
Folding Beds $10.00 to $15.00.
r Ok( reliable M itchell'
at .15c. Lot of 20c Wh
m here to tell you about. Com11e to see I
have, if you don't buy a dollars worth,
Furn'xishing EsOOds5 a1 Npialt('Iy. Agen~t4 1
A Pretty Marriage. can~ to Mis
Oni last WVedn:esday' eveing as tlbo 6 o'clock in
cloick was strik ing the hour, Mr'. We tookc
Robert Chonoy and M iss Mattie Pa*r. Idrov(o thrVol
sions were uniited in to the holy bomiH bionio of Mi
oIf wedlock. (of the' brIi(
Ths as one of tho prettiest as where01 wo I
wvell s th~ mrost imrsive~~ m farriaes elaivo n
that it has ever been tho pleasure of noss the mi
the writ er to see. T ao color schemei, rettL to Mr
beig green and white, was consist. was solot:
enly en ,~rried out ove~r thie eutLIre The parl
bhur4,. Thle couple miareiig to t.he wvore all of
telaler mhi suggestive nt,-aiins of Meni Thieuim
delseh'u Wodding M~arch,, skiilfully in extendil
rendere~td by Miss Ircnoi Clark, oetor wisinug ti
ed the parlor and stood directly un. pr'osperity
der a beau tifual II ral wedding bell,
approjn ialo miannier miade tthn aa. Alpro
riagei sei on' an d jointed thi s hapi. end.otpf A 0
young coulein mri. It)9u o
During the cremopy Miss (Olorkie Ju,~ 190-,
p!aiyed v'ery softly the( sweet strains o'n(riate musxt
of "M~elody of Louve," antd dlirctly aft
ter', Misa (clarke rende(red "G(on- April M6, 19
dol ier" ini a veryi hapIpy, lively man
Aifter the marringo tho couple~ an 1 Ci~ihebethw
guests were tendered a most tlkg'nt
rCeeptionl by the mother of the bride.
liero the( penl falters' and re fo st
write, for fear that it is impo.ssible I
descriibo theo manyf , good Iting, a 0
mafde by I ovin g hanids; Ii uly a feastI
thmat, would delightI thu GodI-. ___
Thle couple left t he n)(xt day for
t heir future home in Ei berton, G a.
Theo brido is the @lhlest da'ughb-r el
.Mr, and M~rs. T1. 11. Par-sons of Libi
0rt3y, S. C., and is a younig lady of re-*
fined accomplishmuents and many lav
able traitk of character. Tlhe [ride'
was most elegatly attirod in a whit
silk mulle. I I
'The groomu is at y'oung nmn of ox
collent buiijnen abilitv ats well as
a perfect genutleman of the 'ol
school. lHe iinumbers his frionds by I
tecoewherever he~ goes.
A Couple of Weddings.
On last Wednesday, theo 10th of
April, we drove to the lhome of Mr. G;REElN\
J. Mi. Chi'dress, unclo of thmo brido,
neair Iloghes ost ( flice, and ome i t..
0(d in) h1m mnimo of Mr. J. 1). Dun- to have h
Gods Clothing, S os n
I is Complete In every detai .
d white goods and linens for
1ds. Never before have we
lie prices on these goods are
Buying as we do, in large quanties frmrn
d1, we are in a position to show you style,
are sole agents for Strouse & Bros., line )
illor made clcthes, and cost about half as
Suits for mien $3-5() to $I)8.00.
yle, quality and
lattle Axe for
n. , Everybody
:e are the be(st
Shoes for inch,
Shoes for men,
ly; all colors,
mivs, tan, black
ke your wants
;hoC line. We
llarlware of Every Descriptionl.
Plows and plow goo is; stovo(., belting, Sa ws,
shinglo ties, shinlle'd mills. and shingle mill
suppl i es. Harrison Tonand countiry paint,
tho best uade, and the best is always the
cheape Ust1. \
RVa'0n, ChaS0 City Bnvoy.
Ite lawi to go a 1.2 1-2 c.
is and let us tell you abont it: over the coun
ind remember we guaraniteC every trade we
3 Vera Veda CThildress, at A Good Entertainment.
1hio (eeing.Acowe ow fp0);bLi
ourj leave of th-emu and ht zmc oovd todu h ~
igh then c.>uutry to the 1gXrlISofCnrlclr
. ,1O Garrott, the father holcodio bPrfC.TM .
lo of1 iho seondl couple, . hpelraewscrtiy
oundi a lhrge company of ~cnu1 nl ionilyari1
id friends waiting to wit- . zmiW4funhc1)'Ms
ingnoofA ~Jjuah Jecises ol' cf Cronrand color
13. (3. McWhiorter, which IL. C. .Jenins of Senca. Mr. Milk e
ized ait 8 o'clock. spre no11C( 11imo1 ini taking in over.,
ics in both t heso werklings thing that camo in touch of the
Pickons conty, S. C. childreni's interest. So may Gol
tny friend in the1 11 writ r bh~b: him in ii olfortsi. .Amen,~
g to themiz cougratuhatijohs 1'. 8. Litle, Contral, S. O,
01m much01 hatppinessC andi - .
Lhrough lifo. 'F' El FNAI, HETTI4EMEiNT.
W. CI. Seablorn. I wili "I~jJy to 3. B. Nowhery, Pro
haNtot Jud ftor~ (. PickensT county, fir a
lib r and Crdior iiud srI limti of t 1 ho sbtte of Susan
I ]OI~(IS 1111 (ri'hlloi. oloy. dec'.ised, on tho 31st dlay of
s8 hainzg ehonis agams~.t ihe May, 1 905), and as Iuk to be dismnissod as
wr1 M. Younig, de1 cJ114ed, are( Admt Iinitrab
pr1o'IOInt I ho iironoI pror())ly~ MiaIo 1 00~>-hf . Adm~jibstrator.
and1( those inidebted to-- iidlg-- ~- 1 -IAI
iitr1as-nitto A~ JOB LO OFr H TSi
UI. 0. Yong, .~
Adlminis'trator. W toen 8 hats.1, mnicely trimir'n,
)5t3. wvor th utp to $2, your choico 2.c
cho11 results from a1 disord. I liaVU a goodl work horse
nli is qickly (lured by for sale. T, 0.1IRI
1 1 Stomach~el and I L ver Tb
ailo by PJclkens$ Drug Co., "'" ''' -
Store. High Class dob Priutiug at this oft00.
Was a grand success. \Iany people from a
distance, especially from Pickens counhty,
were with us on that date and purchased.
It is not too late for you to call and be
suiedi in your : : : : : : : - . .
\ large and weli selected stock to s;elect from.
VE STRIVE TO PLEASEi. Your p)atronage
olicited. Very respectfully,
W. E. NE~SBITT Prop r
on-Ton Millinery Parlors
~ILLE, - - - soW'T- CAROLINA.
Miss Julia Griffim is with mec anid ould be pleas
er friends call on her. -;