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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, September 05, 1907, Image 5

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JiapIuelun1gs or a Local and .Personal
Mrs. Flora Lathem ha8 been re
elected as one of the teachers in the
Central graded school in Green s ille.
Mr. Sullivan of Columbia, came
up this week and oasited his son
in-law, fl. B. Cooper, to take stock
for Ashmore & Nim mons.
Otis Keith, after a sojourn of a
week in Atlanta decided that life was
too strenuous in that eity and ret urn
ed to Pickens singing, "There is no
place like home.
While attending the meeting at
Cross Roads last Thursday Miss Ma.
ry A. Taylor, Baptist Home Mission
ary of Greenville, had the misfortune
of having her ankle dislocated. T1he
injury though not serious was pain
WV. E. Free-nan & Co. have built
up a good trade semce they have
opened up, and are buying largely
for their fall and winter customers
whom they expect to trade long,
lots and often. They make a specialty
of their grocery department and
have it well stocked and are selling
at very reasonable prices.
Messrs. Folger, Thornley & Co ,
have had an unusually good trade
this year and are buying heavily for
fall and winter. They expect this
year's business to be their biggest
and best year, and will (10 all in their
power to make it so. They make a
run on high grade shoes, cspecially
the "Walkover," which
vettising this week. T'
agent for the Internati.
Company and if you we t
measure suit step in and leave yoior
The best shoes m
We have on disp
I the Internationa
amples for suits, o
If you want style
uit have it made I
ailoring concern ii
eed. New fall goc
othing, Shoes, I
ecialty. Sole agei
iggies, Iron King S
awe $3 Hats, Boi
All winners.
Dall for Butterick
time ago pair gol gl asses
-ase. Leave at bank and
Miss Jennie Blassingame that
beautiful and charming young lady
the erstwhile milliner of WV. E.
Freeman & Co., visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Jennings last week.
L. Rothschild, Greenville's popula e
clothier andl tailor, i8 making a run
on straw hats, and at the reduced
price he is selling them at it wvill pay
you to purchase and keep until next
Very soon, now, the young fQJks of
the town and county, both ladied aibd
gentlemen, will sOON be leaving for
to resume their college work. Whlen
those of the to'n leave the ranks of
the younger society set will be greatly
Court Stenographer, M. C. Long,
of the tenth circuit, spent a few days
in Pickens this week renewing old
acquaintancee and making new
friends. He is an avowed candidate
for solicitor of this circuit and is a
lawyer of no mean ability. heing le
1to dircharge the duties of the eflice
Iwith fearlessness and dispatchm.
Ashmore & Nimmnons, the new flim
unfurl their mercantile bann~er to t.1 e
breeze this week. They have bought
he stocks of goods of J. F. Harrisq
and D. B. Cooper, both .of whiose
goods aro all right, clean and freshl;
to this thmey have added.~ now good&
which are coming in every day. Thi..
have one of the prettiest stolrrom
to be found anywhere and hue~v ar
ranged their goods mighty Lnasti'y
both well
public, are
honest and
Al ~ ,-od salesmen,
andl business follows and cannot
help but succeed.
e Fall Shipmer
ade for $3.50, $4, $z
Lay at our store ove
1 Tailoring Compai
ver coats and extra
, fit., quality and
)y the Internation
a the world. A pei
>ds beginning to ar
tts and Gents' Fui
its for Mitchell Wa
toves, New Hlfone E
rden, Walkover ar
J. McD. Bruce ih erecting two cot
tage on his lots near the cotton mill
on the Holder's -Ford road. When
completed they will be for rent.
J. N. Hiallum, manager of the
Pickens Drug Co., is always lo kingI
out for some new novelty to place on
th (mrkt; some new style to ar
range his RfOCk{ in which to make it
catchy and pleasing to the eye, some1
new thing to dIraw trade. His store
presents an attractive appearance at
all times and has a good run of cus-'
tonm, which steadily increases as the
week~s roll by. His stock of school
stationery, supplies and books is com
plete anid he asks sonr consideration
gf the good he offers. See ad in
this issue
When it comnes to groceries Moore
& Mauldin have the trade "skint~ed a
block." They go down alter facts and
tell them in a straightforward way;
they do not slop over with highflown
generalities or long strings of rhet
orical words ahout their stock; they
simply pm .ilic "qliity' ad purity"'
and abiow whlerejin th.n- wod are
p)i (i ur loal hae the. ini e8amay quali
uns to maeke them. fi rst class and all
righ.it. Seet i i 1d nol proth'~ui fronm
reaoding it. Stuch aa s theLuy get up I
will (~rtainly provo trade winners.
have had' a pheIou-onim:llyv good tradl
t o have a birg..er, bn r~I.i and more va
rn t *stiock~ han 1111(ar beforea~m, fo r their
'va ie:cransIi aM~ of cus.toers to
uilr aottentLion to thleir deartmlenit
frz theo l adies, anid h. r l; i of shoes,
hats, millinery, dress goods and all
such things as go to make a maiden
moure charing,will contain more and1(
prettier stuff this season than ever
before, and the price will be c:mmnen
sur'ate withi the, quality of the goodd 1
L.50 and $5.
r 400 patterns
iy's line of fall
finish to your
.al, the largest
,feet fit guaran
rive daily.
iY&, co
nishing Goods a
gons, Chase City
ewing Machines
t Zeigler Shees
of all kin
The be
to be foui
Our 25
Seterib-ti t, 1 907 E)~I i
tal fro of ffty cn
Tl -. on rates for those who are noi
1st aiwd 2(d Grades,
3d anid 4tht Grades,
5thI and 6th Grades,
7th and 8th Grades,
9th and 10th Grades,
~y order of 7
we wish to call your attention. to'
Books anu School Supplies,
st line of
id anywhere.
c. Box Paper is excellent.
:. Box Paper is a drearn of beauty.
'T- 1IALLU~ M, Ph. G.
aded School
in ifF a essiou 1907-1908 on Monay,
18 i re nuire1 t>ay ian inciden
thecr in the dlist'ict, nior tratnferio~d, are a
$1.50) pe ot
$2.00 per1 mIonthA
$2 .50 per 111 moib
$3.00 per month

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