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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, January 10, 1906, Image 5

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llauDenlas of a Local aid Personal Nature
-F. F. Cox is reported quite sick
---Dr. Long of Liberty spent Tues
day in Pickons.
"Eureka" Stock and Poultry pow
ders at J. T. Fennell & Cc.
-Miss Helen Boggs is visiting the
Mises SN mmes in Greenyille.
-J.1 11. Morgan is very sick at the
+ b6me of his daughter, Mrs. W. T.
Jecanes.
-I. M. Mauldin, Cashier of the
ickeins Bank left Tuesdny evoninv
fRr a trip to Atlanta.
--Miss Enliza McDaniel who has
been in Columbia for some tiim t -
rived in P.cI:or' Tucedtity.
--Mr. Don Childv, of Aiiders-m,
spent part of list we(ek with his aut
Mrs. W. It. Abmore, in Pickenm
-Superintendent of EiIucatimn 1I.
T. Hallum wil be ashnt from his ol'.
fice Saturdaiy on accouitt of the teach.
ers' meeting at Enaley.
-Mr. IL. P. Waldop of Liberty
gave us a call today (Wednesday) and
gladdened our hearts by subscrlbinfg
for the Sentinel-Journal.
-An addition is eaig put to the
postoflice building to accomnodate the
rural route buys. Postnast.er Morris
is too crowded in his present qmir
ters.
-The next county meotiaig of the
Farmye's Ed ucational and Co opera
tive Union will be held with Ruba.
mah Union on the second Saturday
in Januiary at, 10 a. n.
-'Squire W. L. JenLmns, who has
sold hig .ouse and lot to W. IT.
Prince-Is begun the erection of a
nice and commokdious J welling on his
farm near the corporate limits of
town.
--Rev. .1. F. Bryant, pastor ii
charge of th. Pickens circait, has
moTed to the parsonage, and deliver
ed his first srmon on Sunday night.
4 On behalf of the people of our town
we welcone him to our midst.
--Miss Laila Bulentine who ins
been spending the holidays at home
returne( to her studies at tWe Atlan
tia Business College last week. Tom
Garrett and John Madden of Norris
returned ith her and will enter the
same school.
-George Tompkins of Mallard,
Tex , is on a visit to his sister Mrs.
John LSBOn of Cromswoall, ando other
relitivyes and friend's in the ca u ity
Mr. Tompkins is a native of thib
county, t:eing horn and raised near
Cross Roads, but lhas bee~n in Texas
Sfor the past thirty years. Of course
he linde much implrovement in this
county.
--The Vickens delegation to the
Iegislature,comnposed of Senator C. H.
Carpenter andl Hons. Laban Mauldin
and TJ. J. Mauldin, left for Columbia
4 Monday to bo on hand and in their
places when the Legislature convened
on Tuneday at noon. This deolegation
is composed of Ievel-headed men who
will look well after the state's inter
est, in general, and of Pickens coun
ty in particrular, in the matter of
laws.
- 0. W. Kelley of the Red mond
section is a good farmer and believes
in making his land produce well.
On one plot of ground contalning
four acres, ho raised six bales of cot
ton averaging 450 pounds each. This
is pretty good farmirg, but he en,
with proper care, attention and for.
tilizing make eight bales this y'ear,
What 1 o has done can be done on
almost any of Pickens county's soil,
Enrich and improve your lands; ii
-Miss Ola Boggs,daughiter of Bet,
*lpggs, was hatppily imarriedl on th<
3d inistan t at the home of her fatheo
near Beverly to Mr'. Elbert Mauldit
ot' Pickens, Rev. D. WV. Hiott ofliciat
ing. "Bub' as lhe is faimiliarly knowr
to many of our readers is a youn)g
man of sterling merit and is to b)e
congratulated on winning such
charming lady for a help,-meet. The
will reside in Pickensa and have gon
to house.hoeeping in the southern par
of town in the Martin residen~ce
Theit anny frienda shower congrat
ulations upon themn and hope thoi:
path nay be strewn~ with roses.
0 -0
Peruna "Is -recommended by fifty members of
Coiress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals,'
Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eminent Physicians,
Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu
tions, and thousands upon thousands of those in
the humbler walks of life.
All who owe we for meats will
p!.-aBe come forward and settle, as I
need the money. I will tell you some WN
time who took receipts without
paying me. J. D. Moore.
-I am now prepared to do all .
kinds of woodwork in connection wvit~h
blacksmiithing. All work guaran.
teed. 'Wim. Rosemond/
The B3. P. Kelley corn and wheat .
mill, saw mill and( ginnery onl Shoal / fP
Creek is under the management this
year of Mr. Berry Stephens, a comnpe
tent miller, who will give you entire ' -.. . **.
satisfaction. Try him and heo pleased, <*/* J~ ~ *~
---Alter December 22d, we will on- '''.~ ~;:~~
ly gin cotton on Fridays of each ~~i, ...
week. Onr patrons will please lbe . A.' ..
governed accordingly. Jirine na ~* ~ .*
.your irmnant seed1 cotton and got
highest cash prices. ~"'** .. ~ *
P'icki ns Oil Mill Co
$trayed - On Thurid-. n ight he~.?.
fore Christma4, a white male pm
about six weeks- old. F5inider retur
to WV. A. Bagwell on Wy att. O'Dell'%~..
place and got reward. Iound a
bunch of kejs which thme owner can.
havo by proving proli:orty. W. A.
lBgwell, Liberty, R~ F. D) 3, Box 35.
-The barn of J. R. Keith was .
destroyed by fire on the night of the Ii at~lC3df~c.~f~hoe zc ie i n
7th inst., with all of its contents, ex1mliTf3bca:e i1ct io folo
cept stock and one wagon anid abou~it dsgeal tc~la:salto~i~c~a lrct
100 bushels of corn. Mr. Keith 10looosii. 1 ciiiv1W.etfoi cm~ o~i ies
farming tools etc., and ablouit 10,000 B u rcsstcol aig ovleete a eiieo
bundles of foddor an3(1 700 iiushiels of fodisepacdfrith cdinllent adliwz
corn. There was no insuiranice antioodfahoe o lvrol~xleusos
the loss is about $1,000. Indicationis Vioisdicosypltbe gebltohewkstta
point to the fire b~eing~ of incendiary ~h n hrfr nqae ~ oybidradsrnt
origim. cetrfrodpolpz hOrn crndw e
-The regular mee'tin~g of Pic~kens adW~lfIC' ;35,~Zfrn p~lnnr iess
Lodlge No. 123 Knigh mLs of Py t hiis Ixrtir ii1CI(.&I i!2i- atelbl
was held Monday night, and thme fol- ORG~l z~~--~ ~ r; n\XOJta fyuwl
lowinig officers were installed for the tk tw riici td~9:~ ee~:o ueyuw ilrtr o
new year :A. M Morris, CI. CI ; J yu oe ihu usin etk l h ik
T1. Partridge, V. C; D). G. Moore, PI iFN S L iR G C .
Prelalt $ T.I. Bowen, M. of W ; It.
R. Roark, K. of Rt and' S,; W. 11
Johnson, M. of F; I.:. N Hunter, M
-of M.; Guy McFall, M. at A ; A. B. ~DU OI H~CN~J?~1T1R~A~
Talleiy Inner Guard; J, D). Sinntns,
r Onter Guard; B, C. Robinson, Trums
ViO.upsd hoe cdlvr.i n
Folger, Thornley* Co.
WE DESIRE TO THANK
Our friends and customers for
their liberal patronag in 1905,
and we wish you one and all a
happy and prosperous New
Year.
Folger, Thornley & Co. will
be the style of the firm from
January ist, 1 906. Parties
owing the old concern will
kindly settle the aceounts and
notes.
Yours Truly,
Folger, Thornley -0 Co
Shoes hats and gents furnishing goods a specialty,
Agents for Mitchell Wagons, Chase City Buggies, Stetson
Shoes and Hats.
A. K. Park's
LAST APPEAL FOR
CHRISTMAS TRADE.
We have a full and com
plete stock of dry goods, un
derwear, notions and shoes
and will sell them at the low
est price compatable with hon
est merchandise.
Avoid the store with differ
ent prices for different people
-you may be the one to get
the highcr price. WE HAVE
BUT ONE PRICE FOR EV
ERYBODY-That price the
lowest. We give courteous
and polite attention to every
body. We want your trade
and if goods are not as repre
sented, your money refunded.
A K Park,
COTTON IS KING!
To increase Your Yield, use
Anderson Fertilizers
More Liberally. A Labor Saver, a Money Maker, Beats All.
Ammoniated with FISH, BLOOD, and other High
Grade Ingredients.
For Information,
Call on our Agent at your nearest Railroad Station, or
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.,
33-45 ANDERSON, S. C.
MSold by Folger, Thornley & Co., Pickens, S. C.
Discriminating
Buyers
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes
and holds customers. If you have not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton, K
OREENVILLE,S.C

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