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Happenings of -Lool 4n4 Pera94
tur
-Born to hri.and Mrs..TO, WHa
- ri, on the 6th, inqtant, a d rqg
-Mr. John H. Williamns, of Green
ville, spent Tuesday in Pickens on
business.
-W. i. Ambler, or Greenville,
spent a portion of last week in
Pickens.
-Mr. and Mrs. James H. Morgan,
of Greenville, spent Sunday in Pick.
ens with the family of R. A. Bowen.
-Mesdames J. L. Bolt and J. L,
0. Thompson are in Anderson this
weuk attending the Anderson county
fair.
--Mrs.- A'ron Boggs, of Calhoun,
visited her son, A. J, Boggs, and
daughter, Mrs. J, H. Nevwton, in
Pickens last week.
-How doyou like our looks this
week? We want to acep up this size
permanently and let the town grow
to us..
-L. Ross Eaton, a prominent citi
zon and inernhant of Central, spent
Thursday in Pickens with his daugh
ter, Mrs. I. M. Mauldin.
-Miss Maka Boggs, of the Green
ville Female College, spent a pQrtioq!
of last week with h~r parents Mr.
and Mrs. A. J, Boggs, in Pickens.
-Dr. L. 0. Mauldinof Greenville,
spent a portion of last week with
relatives in Pickens. Ossie is build
ing up a nice practice in the Moun
tain City.
-Miss Nellie Grandy, of the
Greenville Female College, and Roy
Grandy, of Furman University, spent
last Sunday with their parents, Rev.
and Mrs. B. E. Grandy, in Pickens.
-The old reliable A. K. Park car.
ries a splendid line of dry goods and
shoes. If you trade in Greenville at
all don't fail to, inspect this complete
stock, and if you buy of him you will
be pleased with your purchases.
--Maj. J. J. Lewis, Unittd States
Ccmmissioner, left Thursday for
Seneca, where he will visit his
daughter, Mrs. W. S. Hunter, before
going to United States. Court in
Greenville, which convenes Tuesday.
--The Pickens Railroad was out of
commission last weel; by some freight
cars jumping the track and knocking
down a treastle. No one was hurt,
the damage has been repaired and
their regular schedule has been re
sumed.
-To the members of the Maynard
Alliance: Each of you are hereby re
'1 quested to meet at Cross Road church
on Saturday, October 13th, ~at 3
o'clock p. in., to consider business of
importance to each member.
J. T. Childress.
- -Don't fail to read the half page
ad of J. Thomas Arnold Co., of
Greenville, in this issue. They carry
a full and complete line of goods and
if you have ever -traded there you
know that what they carry is the
best the market affords. You should
inspect this stock before purchasing
your fall goods.
- Smith & Bristow appeal to you
through this paper for a share of
4 your trade with the largest line, finest
stock and best goods they have ever
carried. As men's outfitters they
cannot be excelled. Agents for the'
celebrated Stetson hat. Give them a
call, . look through their stock and
buy your next suit there.
-Tne K. of P. Lodge held a very
onthu~siastic mosting Monday night. *
This lodge is on the increase, work
being to do at every meeting. The i
remarks by the District Deputy
Grand Chancellor was timely and 1
well received. The lunch served I
after the business session was over
was good and came at a time suitable
to all present.
-Last Saturday as Mrs. B. El.
Grandy was cutting up a cabbage
preparatory to cooking for dinner,
she found a long, wriggling, whitish
looking worm, very much resembling
a snake in its actions. It was ten
inches long and lived for over a (lay,
after ahe found It, and now lhas it
preser.ved in alcohol as a curiosity.
If there is such a thing as a cabbage
snake this is certainly one. Louked
at under a magnifying glass it re
armlsa sfake to a marked degree,
even to bieingj ma~rked like a snake& oni
the b'at-k. It Islabout thet size~ of a
veriy coutrso sewing t.. roadl or fineq
twine string.
A 1ia.dy iHured~ (utr
or boy. mani or womni.i. ia quickly out
of pain if Iinci4kle1'ts Aria io, ivo is mup.
plie d promptly 0. J. Welch, of 1'.kon
alha, Mich., ays: "I. use it in my family
for cus aor-os and all skin injnries, mnd
find1 it pecrfoet.." Quickest Pile cure
known. Best healing salve made. 25c
at P'ickens Drug Co.
3 pound pac1
8 pound pach
_5 pound pac
Poultry food
ders are als
Pickens I
HESTRH-GRtAVELEY.
A wedding occurred in Pickens
Wednesday night in which many of
our readers were interested, not only
because of the prominence of the con
tracting parties, but because many
people had been expecting it for so(mLe
time, and commenting on it, but the
young couple had gotten wise and
kept their mouths shut, so old Miss
09asmp hao very little to talk about.
When the contracting parties decid.
ed to embark upon the matrimonial
sea, they said nothing to any one,
walked up to the residence of the
Rev. J. M. Stewart and had the core
mony performed, went home and an
nounced to their friends what had
happened.
Mrs. Gravely, as Miss Hester, is
the beautiful and accomplished
daughtqr of Mr. and Mrs. M.- F.
Hester and niece of the lion. Jere
Looper, of Pickens, and numbprs her
friends by the score, all of whom wi-h
her much joy.
Mr. Graveley is a son of 'Squire
John L. Gravely, of the upper sec
tion of the county, and is a Pickens
county boy, He is now engaged
in the livery business in Pickens. He
is a worthy young man of good busi.
ness tact, and his friends will be glad
to know of the step he has taken.
The happy young :couple, for the
present, are stopping at the home of
the bride's par ents, where they are
receiving th~e congratulations of their
many friends and best wishes
for a long, prosperous and, happy life
to the newly wedded pair. May. they
have peace on earth and joy in
heaven.
A Young Mother At i0'.
"My mother has suddenly been mnde
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
mfrering from dyspepsia had entirely
lisabled her, ntil six months ago, wben
she began taking Electric Bitters, which
Liaye completely cured her and restored
the strength and activity she had in the
prime of life," writes Mrs, W. L. Gilpat -
ick, of Danforth, Me. Oreatest restora
bive medicine on the globe. Sets Steim
ich, Liver and Kidneys right, purifies e
ho blood, and cures Malaria, Blillious- ]
less and Weaknesses. Wonderful
sJerve Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed -
by Pickens Drug Oo.(
NEW FALL MILLINERY STooK. C
Having bought the entire stock of
Willinery, Notions, and Fancy Goods
>f Mrs. M. J. Chapman, Liberty, S.
,we wish to infot'm the old friends
and patrons of this well known firm
.hat we have just added an addi
,ion al new Fall line of H ats, Plumes,
'ips, Ribbons, Sllis, Laces,.Notions,
to., and ate prepared to meet the
equirements of the most exacting.
a to style, qualhty and price.
We have made the millinery line a
tudy for a number of years, and will C
ake pleasure in aiding all customers -
a making appropriate selections.
While giving correct styles, we
vill not forget to give the very best -
ossible values'.
Respectfully,
Mrs. R. Callaway & Co.
-.Liberty, S. C a
ForCoughs
and Colds
There Is a remedy over sixty i
years old--Ayer's Cherry 3
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of It, probably have used i
It. Once in the family, It stays;
the one household remedy for I
coughs and hard c'.ds on the
chest. Ask your docioUr about It. In
T o best kind of a testionia
olfor over sIxty years."
als 'an aotuwoera tt o rf e
SARSAPARILL& 4.
PILLS.
Weha ue are~ etWe nbtteb
P i icrgethe actty. I
d ency for
LOVE oK 25c.
rage for 25c.
:age for 50c,
kage for $1.50.
and hog pow
o1 included.
)rug Co.
A VAUDIJ OF THANie.
We desiro to return our heartfelt
thanksAop the good people of this
community for their kindness and
help during the sickneis and death
of our dear son and brother, Rt. W.
Durham. Language is not suflicient
to express our heartfelt thanks to
those good people and to Dr. Bolt
for his faithful and prompt attend.
once as a physician, and especially to
W. D. Spearman, who stayed so
faithfully as a nurse. Uay the Lord
bless every one of you. Our prayer
is that you. may all receive a crown in
heaven at last. Sincerely, .
J. F. Abercrombie,
J. E. Durham,
P. C. Durham.
Danger From The Plague.
There's grave danger from the plague
f Coughs and Colds that are so preva
Lent, unless you take Dr. Kin 'd New
Discovery for Oonsumption, Coughs
and Colds Mrs. Geo Walls, of Forest
Oity, Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to
people living in climates where coughs
aud colds prevail. I find it quickly ends
them. It prevents Pneumonia, cures
LaGrippe, gives wouderful relief in
Asthma and ilay Fever, and makes we:ak
lungs strong enough to ward off Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds. 00c and
$1,00. Guaranteed by Pickens Drug
Co. Trial bottle free.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Please allow me through the col
umna of your paper to express my
sincere thanks and- appreciations to
the voters of Pickens county.for the
vdo givenl me on the 1iti) of Septom.
er in electing .me as one of your
~ounty. ommissioners. I will give to
be county my best service. Most
espectfully, Noah B. Moore.
N~otices of sale, Wannts. Swvaps, ele,
inserted in this Column at 5 cents pe
line for each insortion. Nothing taken
WANTED. -To make trade with some
ne for 20 cords of Oak and 15 cords of
ine wood. B. E. Goodwin,
at Sentinel-Journal, Manages
Read our premium offer. Ropp's
alaculator to all who pay up and pay
ne yeairin advance.
This paper and Home and Fnrnm onei
ear'for $1.25.
This paper and the American Agrioul
urist on year for $1.50.
Adve'rtise your wants in this column. I
Job work, tho kind you wvant, at rea
onable prices, at Sen tinel Journal offlee,
lee us before placing your next order.
Trapass Notices, printed on oloth,
or sale at this office at 50 cents a dozen.
WANTED.-Hustling men for every.
ouny in South Carolina to handle
astest selling article 'on eprth. Big
ommission. W. V. Austin,
S615 htt at, Greenville, 8. 0.
LABORERS WANTE,~~..T'' h~ep
nish building, at $1.25 per day.
____ raig 'Bros.
WE arc prepared to handle butter in
alf or pound prints. Good qinality
ranted. Craig Bros.
WAtN ING.--AII parties are warn
d not to harbor or feed my daughter,
enna, who has left her home.
Warren Oliver.
If you wantto sellyour larn1in
wn or country or buy farm or tim.
er land or town property see c4
rrite me and I will save you money.
T. E. AL.ExANDEni, Real Eetate Agt.
*. Walhalla, 8. 0.
FOR SALE.. A CamipbellPes
Sgoo.d co:Iditi-m; now running; bed
2 x 46. It is in good f6x and .will
is sold at a bargain and on as
~rmis. A~ pl'y for particulors to this
Tlee.
t Pin*, s.ot O, li n. t ,ltei
lovembler, Ih I'Bar nieti. nmit~h far.
.ntai ning 10:1 a.uree. A b. ut 50) 'iert
ell tiber-al. G-i'd four ru,',
Oi ouse at . tem ment house. s'ploniig
ichaid of is hit ti ees. T.ag b~rgnm-h,.g
tin t hro'iul b 1. Mrs.. L. A. Sumjbb,
n the town of Pickenis, II ar the
usiness pairt of town.
tf J. J. Lt wae
WWI '* 3*1'11F
FOLGER
AR#4ST a Most com
AL-4 ~ ~ GP 11eneral Mer.
cha "Iv r p nin Pickens
For 4$ 1pUt m/rgongy we have
been receiving almost daily ca
loa4 slIiprnepts ,f Pry Goods
Clothig, Hats, Shoes, Hard
* ware; Oroceries, Furniture
- $ugics and Wagons 'till we
are r,9g;prep red to show yot
the largest, bst selected anc
arranged stook of Genera
Merchga)dise in the up-country
Ivery floor in each department
is packed almost to the ceiling
with goods hocught- at the, righi
prices. Goods. bought righ1
sell- themselves and we bu3
nothing but the best goods a
right prices.
Our Dry-Goods departmen
is conplete in. every. detail
Everything in Domestics, Out
ings fron) 6r to 12%c. Flan
nels, Jeans, ..Kerseys,. Percals
Ginghams, Plaids and Drills
Largest lot, - of ,Bjankets eve
shown in Pickens, at 5Qc tc
$7.00 per pair.
* . * Dross.-Goods! .Dress, Goods!!
Worsteds, Cassentiers, Pan
amas, . Serges, Broad Cloths
Henriettas, Brilliantines. Em
broidered. 'Mohairs, - Dresc
Flannels, all; colors,-with silk.
and trimmings, to -match& Th(
leading colors for. this seasor
are Black and White and Gra
Plaids. We have a full li:Weoi
- these colors.
Cloaks, Jackets aid Skits.
A full and complete line in
all the latest styles a l colors
for Children, , IVs , and
Ladies. Jackets.' and Cloaks
'd~ ~ n Cloaks - l 0_!&
from $r.-5oto $r 2-50. Skirts
from $1.25 to $6.co..
We also carry the Kenyon
* Rain Coat for ladies and men.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and C
Walkover Shoes, Stetson Hats, Kei
* . Mitchell Wagons6
* ,Folger
Applicatio n for Charter **I '
iTATE OF 8OUTH 0A1ROLINA, hM fl1I
COUNTY OF PIOKENS.
L'o lion. J. T. (antt, Secretary of State. TM A[
We, the undersigned citizens of the Spree~m
ibove State and county, resp eetfully lpe- ictV a
titlon that yo~u will grant a Charter, mn-RedDn
:orporating the Baptist c hurch, know NO12N10SAI
ta the White Oak Spring spbureb, inMidMie
Oentral Township, State aind County4:0p :0amlPie
iforesaid. :pm1:6un Irg
Rles~ectfully submitted, 50 m1:0a A~
R1ev.'F. W. Moiore, far. g~r ~s~
. Irael Simpson, J1. W. WVrighta Samuel agtaiss
MecOlore, A. H. Oglesby, Samuel Laiy, Altan al xotS
Deacone. N.1 ouos ihXs
man No 12N 1 TAI
110 acres q~d farm l:40ipm 1w0:4o amJLEO v Picke
II ~ierty.Tiths goo andterms:a10 pmurn :00 am *Ma
Ajpito W H.Chapan, ibety, r 1:15 pm 1:1 No. a uasl o
tossg oSnt~atio s ss
pl trin, daye e pt 8.1j
O~ft*IlN. 10conetswiss uI
~No 9 coNuggttswtttitSoNo
110o~ acsdreh good farml Bla ilictowno eOnaiso attiii~~t wEST
mG ib ert 75tm cutton; 15Oris in aure; resi 4. n~w
ng 'IIIm d1Iut buildin . Renisor "$ 020 aie m . No. Effdalyeio
[f t kn'rquick ea beR SALLO fEOPLE4 per ""^"""'toine
_ee As evndsial .00dn lt pmsr, N. 8, aly ex er
- iet.Tte oo n em ay Lares 9:00 a m.ujont
A__pytoW._ H._ Obapman,__ Liberty,_or 3: N p , No. 5 dall1 fror
3. .j.Robinson,, Pickene,;1m
--.' .... na nei s at W il
H O SUMT 'Sle N I rew
F O 1040,oe UHeat and 50newe V$g0, burgff%~ 3:0 erm trewc
Oduero FroO TIn u y re a t r oiy n
4 saie It Qucks for anaft transc:40~s.
-IRA adLN -RO-... .00 pN. 85 0.al]ec
LBS, orJ.OW. LAig.nay t.~ Ge9:T
THORNEE
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing
On this line we have n4
competition. There are thre<
essential things to make a sui
of clothes what it should be an<
these Pre fit, style and quality
Buying clothes as we do in larg<
quantities from five of th<
i largest clothing concerns in th<
country, enables us to give yot
l all of these qualifications at -
very reasonable price. Suiti
for children 3 to 1 7 years fron
75c to $6.oo; suits for youth,
13 to 20 years from $2.50 t(
$r 2.50; suits for men, stouts
slims and regulars, $3.50 tc
$25.00; overcoats for boys (
to 20 years from $3.00 tc
$i0.oo; overcoats for mer
$4.oo to $25.00. Extra pant
for boys and men, all sizes anc
a!l prices. Among the differen
lines o clothing we handle il
the celebrated Jane Hopkin
make for boys and the Hors<
Shoe brand for men.
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes,
The increase of our sho(
trade has been phenomenal,
The reason of it is we sell gooc
shoes. We can hardly supply
the demand. Shoes have ad
vanced from i o to 40 per cent
but we are holding to olk
prices as much as possible
The old renowned Battle Axi
still lea.ds them all. T'he bes
shoe made for the money
Battle Axe Shoes are worn b
everybody. They come in a
sizes, all styles and all price,
We are sole agents for th
Walkover Shoes for mer
$3.50, $4 oo and $5-oo.
The Stetson Shoe for mer
$5.oo and $6.oo, and th
Zeigler Shoe for ladies, $3.0
and $3-50.
Big stock of Hats and Cap
'rent's Furnishing Goods a Spe<
lyan Rain Coats, Iron King St
Thonle3
E NO r
l'able No 4
ch 10 19106RE D
Read Up
NS Nol1i No 9
Mixed Mixed URSr
IO"' 25p 7:30 pri ces ri
din 2:20pmu 7:10 pmn have Charg
y IV 2:15pm 7:05 pm
~ is anxious to
hern Rail way No II
hlorl RaftilayN4
app'y to
LOR1 acin Manmager
Y.
T -rain,,, (rr . profit.
k pril 14, 110(1.
ii; Bring in
tatiouns arrivo ait (L (1
Spiarttaburg andi
I, Aumusata, Oe.
P I. Ci nto (
tonl 9:40, Spartan-.
0(d 2:46 p mn, pi ml
Sunaday. for Lau-,*
ationse. Arrive at -______________
'pt sunday fromU
staitions,
esi.agut sa';" J. F. Hairris is si
self. Come arc
through between
Bryn io. gi . chandise, but
8. c. 24 pound sa
ExsaR.A. other things
rICE. w~hich is as
be in the Ru 0...: seed, Bliss
Wee'<a on T: o
achi month an Hebron,
r each sale: (day
~f. LYNCI, J
lduervisor.
17. W('
j for men and boys. If you
would wear the best hat buy
) the Bomar Hat at $3.00, or the
a Stetson Hat at $5.00 or $6.oo.
Hardware of every descrip
I tion. Just received a solid cai
of Stoves and.a.car of Barbed
Wire and Nails, with, price.
right,
Big stock of Hardessi Sad.
dces, Bridles, Robes and Horsq
Blankets. Large Assortment
of Trunks. Art ' Squares and
Rugs, Furniture, Buggies,
Wagons and Surreys.. The
entire second floor of our build
ing, 70 x 120 is devoted en
tirelyto Buggies and Furniture.
We buy both in solid car lots
and can give you rock bottoi
prices. We carry the largest
stock of Furniture in Pickens
county. A look will convince
t you we speak the truth.
Everything needed for the
house. Oak Suits from $15.oo
to $65-oo, Oak Beds from $2.00
to $19.00; Dressers $5-o0 to
$r 5.00. Hall Rockers, Centre
Tables, Dining Tables, K~bep
Tables, Sideboards, Safes and.
Bed Lounges. We can save
you at least To per cent on
anything you may need in
Furniture, Stoves or the House
Furnishing line.
Just received a solid car of
Chase City Buggies and a car
of Mitchell Wagons. If you
are looking for the wagon that
carries the load, runs tl
lightest and runs the longes
buy the Mitchell, you won
have to carry it to the shc
e every time the moon changes.
Bring your cotton to Pickens
' for this is the best market in
the county, and while here call
on us. for.anything. you- need.
e aprecat your busi
every time.gh
Yours truly,
:ialty. Sole Agents for Stetson and
>ves, Newv Home Sewing Machines,
And Co.
FOR FALL BUSINESS.
is full of Fall and Winter Goods with
ght ,to .everybody. Mrs. Freeman will
of our D~ras Goods D~epartnment, and she
sell t ve'ry lady in the county.
FLOUR.
.le nothing but the best flour at close
the chickens and eggs while prices are
Respectfully,
ONE.PRIWE CASg BTORE.,
OTICE THAT-:
ill in business at the samne old stand by him
und and get some bargains in general mner
don't all conme at once. I will sell your a .
ck of good flour for 50 cents. And all
according, minus Meat and Dried. Fruit
high as IMaman was hung. Irish potato
,Early Rose, Burbanks and Beauty of
by the peck at any old price.
F. HARRIS, By flimse,

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