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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, October 03, 1907, Image 7

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years we
specialty and we c
that we carry the
up-to-date line in
are buying the lar
history of our busii
largest stock of C
this town. If we
we have The ir
line of samples
measure for a suit
ing a fi' and sati
made by The Int
every judge of g<
be the best tailori
Besides being sev
the suit they are f
make in style, fit
C lothing, Shoes,
Chase City buggies, I
and Zeigler Shoes. 1
Call For Butterick
Pickeins Sentinel-Jornal
ville last week,
Master A, J. Boggs, who has been
quire ill with fever, is wvell enough to
be out of his room.
D. B. Cooper is now opening up a
stock of groceries in the building
formerly occupied by him.'
Troup Partridge is off duty this
week, nursing a large, well-developed
4.boil on bilhand.
The singing at the home of Mrs.
J. F. Cauley, Sunday evening, was
greatly eujoyed by those present.
Gee. Welborn, son of M. .J WeL.
born, is taking a high stand in his
class at Furman. His sister, Ellen,
Sk is attending the G. F. C.
The Southern Express Co. will not
turn over any express to the Pickens
Rt. R. any more, except on the writ.
ten order of the consignee. This
town needs an express service of
some kind.
W- B. Aligood believes a farmor
should raise everything on the farmr
he can, and always has someothing to
soll, Heb is now furnishing this mar-j
het with as fine swveet potatoes as
generally come hero. He presented!
this office with three which weigh
- 21 pounds.
Mre. Joe Hammond died on the
night of the 27th ult., agedi about
70 years. She loaves three children,
one daughter and two sonlS. 11er
remains were laid to rest the day
Niwe bar ,1ndh at Antioch
4 *. K \\ .' conducting
rg' FUI
have made this lin4
an say without boast
best, largest and m
Pickens County.
-gest Fall stock in
iess. We will have
'lothing ever shown
can't fit you out of st
kternational Compai
and we can take y
or ovei coatt, guarani
sfaction. If your sui
irnational it is righ
)od clothes knows il
ng concern in the we
eral dollars cheapei
ar superior to aiy o1
and quality.
[ats acind Gents' Fui
ron King stoves, Ne
ll wviners.
Born, on the 2d inst, to Dr. and
Irs. J. L Bolt, a daughter.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. 0.
,ooper, on the 30th alt., a boy.
T. D. Harris is receiving very flat
cring reports as to the progress his
on Willie is making in his studies
t Wofford College.
Miss Nora Cauley has returned
~romi a six weeks' visit to relatives
in Oconee county. She was accom
panied home by her sister, Mrs.
See notice of election for high
school for Pickens, and turn out and
vote in favor of it. Let us all do all
we can to get better educational ad
vantages than we have already.
Miss Mattie Thomason, of Rockt
Hill, has come to Pickens to engage
in dressmaking. She is located at
the Pickens Inn, Miss Thomason is
highly recommended as a nmodiste
and we ask that our readers give her
their patronage.
Hon. Geo. S. Legare and his excel
lent family bade adieu to their sum
mer surroundings in [Pickeiis, Tuies.
day, and bied themselves to~ th
home in the "City by the Seat," onell
to the regret of their many fri'nd
hero, who are glad to see them comt
but sorry to see them leave.
Charles L. CJureton, at the earniest
solicitation of Goev. Ansel, has~ ac
cepted the position of chief of ths
constabulary in Charloston. If Mayor
Rhectt is really in enrioe'st ini hi:
el'orts to 'suppress the blind~ algen:
he has a tireless worker and fait hful
fearless and vigilant officer mn Chih I
Cureton. Gov. Anisel is to be col.
gratulated on procuring the servica
of this superb officer and gentlemai
to holp maintain the dignity of thi
law. Charlie has only agreed ti
mvorir until thn new year._____
ny's ."f
it is U
L as B
t to Uo3
- to
Iishing (oods a spe
wv Ulme setwinig mat
Miss Cannie Brooks is indispost
at this writing.
Next Monday is Salesday. Son
valuabli laud will be sold.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. M. I
Looper on the 30th ult., a son.
IThe Presbyterisim S. S. of Suns
will observe Sabbath school day13 <
'the evening of the first Sabbathi
October. lExerci8s will begin
7.30 p. mn. The public invited.
W, T. Jeanes claims to be tlb
champion hog-raiser of the towi
with B. F. Parsons a close secon
"Bill's" is a little the fattest, bi
"Ben's'' pig is a little bit the bij
gost. Neither one need be at s
nshamn d of their pigs, for they au
both certainly beauties anid have g,
more sausage, spareribs and1 baci
bones in them than any pigs in towi
J. E. Allgood, who be a been a
tending school here, has been lister
ing to the siren call of the wild, ar
on We'dnesday he pulled up stak,
for the West. He will probably lac
in Missoiuri, where he has two brot
er.4, who amre doing n ell, .J E. is
soui <t f W, II. Allgeod, whi- d s ma ta
tatuom'imnt to saing lhe wiml su1ceer
a am'rcvvei 11(1 nily elo-e ilo sti te.
Th'le Sevenmty-eighithI annual sessict
of thlie Twelv e M A~ il iver Baptist ass4
(ciation will convene with K ow,
Bkpt istI chur ich, begit.ninig Saturi d
the 10th instanit. fuitroductory s
muon to ho preaichied by' R.ev. J.
Ie', B. C Atkinonm alteinl
Kmwee (ch1urch is located ten ilI
.vt of Pickens near the Keow<
rimi at. Nimmons bridge. .Pirrti
bo mg to cSio by rail will noti
v ~, il Fi. Murph ree, Mur mphy, S.(
'T. It. Stewart, Dalton, S. C.; J.
Murpree, Dalton, S. C. All t
churches are earnestly reque1sted
be prompt with a full dlelegation.
A. T. Winchester, clerk.
)ES, I
5O, 4, 4.1
eden Shoes for $6
1r ShooS, a ies, $2.50,
.tch for our
cialtv. Sole 'ageIIts to
hines, Hawes $3 hat,
$2.70 Wortl
For A&
/ Ten standard toile
" value $2.70. Call a
~will tell you the
great introductory<
-I Cemical Labor
(1 Carisle81 Ne wton is stil1 confined to
his 1r0111 and is noct so well tas wats
repoted lasit wt-k
vIill let the ijurkhng of ai ew biridige
y,Maw Bridge,'' it 11 o'clock on1 the 15th
-h(ty of October next.
- on thamt (ay. Right reserved to reject
,(, any1 anld aell bids.
E. E. LOOP*li,
0liny Fevyer 1118and Snunr Colds,
*s ictiins of hany fever will experinnieo
fy great beneitit by taking Foley's Iloney
, . and Tar, as8 it stopi dlifliCult btreathin imo
'" edliatoly and ho .ls theo infl-uned air
fb- passuages, and evenm if it shiould fail to
be cure youi it wilhl guvo in:dant relief." 'The
to gmuuin ini ylo picaa.
-- S(ore Nipptes and Chapped Hands
and $6.50
3., 3.50 & 4.
r MA itchell wa- on's,
Boydetn, Walkover
1.00 .
Great *.
ry Offer
t articles for $1.00
Lt our store and we
particulars of this
ffer of the Sanitol
atory Company
Notice of' Electioti.
Pickeiw, S. C., Oet . 31, 1.1'i.
Wheoreas~ aI ptition from P1i(1. ti
H->hoold dist rict No. :ll brw~ been 1'.lod -:::h
the ('o11m1y bloard of ed ie)Itionl of Pi olue fi
counity asking for an3 electionl to <teter
imine whetheri01 or no high Hc!1)h1o h
be esta ibilti inl sa(id district.
lITereforeC, it. is he(reb~y ordered Nut an
Onl Saituirdaiy Oot, 19th at the condhIouw
and3( the board1( of trustHLCe are here y ap
p)ointed mnlalgers4.
Tlhe elction to ho~ con1duc0ted in3 vo -
dance with the "'High Suhiool A e"a y
proved Feb. 19 1907.
By order of county board of c er
cation Pickens county.
R. 1'. HIALLtI.l
Sec. & Ch C2. li I. .11.
Carload1 of Obolisk Flour just reCe:vflt
nt. Ii. A. Richoy'o

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