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The Pickens Sentinee
LOCAL BREVITIES
Some Thing !on Know and Some
You Donu: Know About Oar
Towns, County & Pecple
-ilR-)v Grandy is at home for z
few days.
Miss Vesta Ashnore i
inMiwsl3aude Ashmon in
lanta.,
Miss Jaaie Ratterree l\e
for her home in Chester Tu
day.
The friends of Miss A\iarie Fo
ger will regret to learn of her
illness.
Mr. J. F. Jennings, of Iber
ty, was in the city 'uesi -a on
business.
iessrs. Ben Parsons and tJa.
Garrett spent the %li""s
Fourth in Greenville.
N.Geo. 'S. Mossnand
children, of Columbia, are v
inz Mrs. H. A. Richey.
The boys around Pickens s
the fish in these parts hav a.
died from I ookworm.
The Pickens Chapter U. ). C.
will meet with Mrs. C . . IBow
en on Friday afternoon.
The Misses Hicks. who lavve
been visiting Mrs. 6toll, ave
returned to their home in Union.
Miss Anna Robinson, who has: t
been spending several weeks in I
town, left Monday for Asheville;
IN. C.
Mr. L. J. Connelly, of Easley.
comes to the front this week
with his announce nent for A u
ditor.
Mr. Bert Jones and broher
WVill, spent the past week in
Ashville and HendersonIVill'1
N.C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. ~J. .Bogg
spent Monday with f riend
and relatives at Clemson and t
Calhoun.
On the 8th inst., Mr. Earl
Holcombe and Miss Essie Packx
were happily married here by
Judge Newvbery.
Miss Fiorence Bowven is con
fined to her home by sickness.
Her many friends w>-sh her I
Speedy recovery.
We are glad to know tha~t 31r.I
IHagood1 Bruce and Miss Nellie
Freeman, both of whomi have
had fever. are convyalescent.
Mrs. B. A. HagoodI an.1 chiN -
dren, of Charleston, arriv~ed lnst i
Friday. We are always glad to
welcome them here for the sum
mer.
Married. Thursday. Jul 4thI
at~he residence ofth lii
ing minister. Miss Pearle Cooper
and. Mr. D. T. Stansell, both o
this county. Rev. W. C. M
born performed the c'eremo.n .
Goy. Blease's book of pardone
is being circulated in this con
tv. Doubtless the great num
her of pardons in this book 'xw
be a great vote catcher.
The W. M. U. of the Pi
mont association will hol it
annual meeting at .lftua
church, July 20, and has' as
the Pickens'union to attend.
Miss Lorena Tavlor was at
home to her friends Thurs~darV
evening. Pre rssive c'onversa
ture. 1Deliciouls punch wa
served during th ,erening.
Mr. J. A. W\hite, ofr ice
enjoyed a part of the farmei
meeting and barbecue at An
sen Sat urday, and b rings
the news of a great 'Iay and a
good time.
On July 1 Miss ida Alexan
der' and Mr. Asberry Crenshawx
were happily married by Ju 1
%ewbery, in his omeice. m
young coule have Ihe ionra'
ulations of many friends, who
wvish for them happine-s an u
prosperi t.
farnmer rid~ i near ial -
i st. He'am e totis
ne~e with 1prtin vlv ?ohs
anid today he~ is ihe ro
- state th Iat thip
-orriest in manyfl '*ears.
TIhe Fourth1 of Ju.ly ?
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wso your grandmothe.r, and has, since its appear
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F LORIDA DISTRIBUTING C01, Dept. B 194
Pensacola, Fla.
Only one Dealer in this Town
can sell you the highest grade, '
fairest-priced coffee and tea to
be had anywhere, for he alone
sells The Votan Line
VTOTAN COFFEE
VOTAN TEA
Each, best of its kind -
This dealer if
Folger, Thorniey & Company
Womnen's Ailments
The ailments from which women suffer are many and varied so far as
the symp:cos indicate, yet thiey are all dependent upon a disorder lnth
female gener ative system, and a remedy that acts on the cause of the
trouble pu:s an end to all tne distressing symptoms as soon as the'
unnatural conditions are removed.
DR. SIMMONS
Squaw Vine Wine
.!s a Medicine for Women
It acts dirctly on th~e feale organismr. Quiets inflammation, esepan
ens the nerves. helps digestion, tornes up the stomach and puts the bodyn
vigorc~s candi:ion.. It transformrs a weak, nervous, ailing woman into Co ci
spark:zg cheerfe::;ess a::d vigor. It brightens the eye, revives the spirts an
resto:'ss the rety bloc.n of health to the cheek.
SJd b.y Druggists and Dealers. Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
C, E'. S!MMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
iGOWEE PHARMACY.
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hedulesE~ieci Feb. 9, '12 from Easley, S. V.
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