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Pickens Sentinel-Journal
Happenings of a Local and Personal
Rald tho ad. of Moore &
Mauldin in this3issue.
rT. D. Harris has gone back
into business and occupies his
old stand.
Miss Bessie Partridge, of At
.~ lanta, is visiting her brother, J.
T. Partridge, in Pickens.
Don't fail to attend the thor
oughbred chicken meeting to be
held this evening at 3 o'clock in
There were a good many peo
rle in town Monday and the
most of them came to this office
before leaving and voted in our
Guy McFall, who has been
suffering with a game foot, and
been going on crutches for some,
time, is getting better and laid
aside his wooden legs.
Mrs. N. E. Thornley, accom
panied by her son, L. C., have
gone to Knoxville, Tenn., to
visit her daughter, Mrs. R. E.
Oliver, who is reported quite
Major Welborn and Furman
Holder are in Richmond, Va.,
attending the Massey Business
College. Reports from them say
that they are getting along fine
ly and are well pleased.
Last Sunday night lightning
,struck and burned up two hay
stacks for Reese Bowen. They
were d wn in the bottoms,
away fi'm the buildings, and
no further damage was done.
In sending money or coupons
by mail do not forget that those
bearing postmarks later than
Feb, 1 cannot be allowed, The
place Tuesday,
J be welcome.
A k ophets and guess
ers by the score who can tell us
the winners and name the pres
ent leaders, but they are wiser
than we are. We should re
quire long odds to pick the lead
er at this stage of the game.
Don't fail to road the ad. of
A. K. Park, in this issue. He
advertises a reduction sale
which he will conduct himself,
and will take off in the price of
the goods what he would have
to pay the sales people to con
duct it for him.
At the last communication of
Keowee Lodge, No. 79, F. & A.
M., a very enthusiastic meeting
was held, and it 'was decidled to
a nice temple* here this
~. ,~ - and the necessary steps
~ken looking to this end.
d ing here is now an .as
Postmaster 1%orris has handed
sa notice, which. is 'an order
from the department, that we
publish on our front page, head
ed "To R. F. Patrons," which
we hope every patron will read
and heed. It is important, and
by following it out the carriers
will be facilitated in the dis
charge of their duties and will
be enabled to make their sched
ule time.
The next lyceum attraction
will be given in the Pickens
Graded School Auditorium to.
night, the 30th. It is .the
"Evans Male Quartette," and
is a fine music attraction. All
who enjoy good music should
be sure to attend. General ad
mission 50c. The entertainmieni
will begin about 8 o'clock; doon~
q open at 7.30; tickets on sale ai
Bolt & Co.'s drug store and a1
Bole ge'nts for M'tiell Was
Walkover and Zeigier Shoes
J. McD. Bruce has been con-1 I3
fined to his room for several days spe
with the grip. (Col
Verner S. Medlin, an erst- I
while ~resident, of this county, gri)
but now of Oconee, braved the the
inlement weather of last Sun- 1des
day to come, to Pickens in order in i
to pay his subscription and get a g
to cast his vote. Sloan is a good 3
itizen and flue farmer and is icy
doing well in his new home. ver
EHe looks better every tinie he loc
:ones to Pickens. He should S
come oftener and maybe he D.
would get pretty enough till hisSE
wife would want to keep him at w
The contest drawing to a close an
has been the closest and hardest- th(
fought contest ever conducted I
by a country newspaper In the kil
state, and the finish will be a ab
grand one. Remember, not'one1 Sn
vote can be cast after 9 p.mth
Saturday, February 1st. Sat- 'phl
urday, wvill be a busy day, and
the wVise ones will not wait till a
the last moment and then rush b
us with a list of names, It hi'
takes time to give proper credit. hi'
Send in the names and secure o
your coupons and hold them if ,
you wish. You are now on thepi
home stretch and a little delay of
may cause the flag to drop in J Thi
your face, and find your favor -I of
ite left at the wire. Iwi
O F fhua t s-id car of 1000 chairs comes a car of Stoves, cai
(if Barbed wire and Nails. Car of Furniture.
Also a car of Mitchell Wagons and a car of Chase City
Buiggles sn the road.
Th.-- mows and best fiih-led lot of Furniture ever brought
to iekchns, at prices that can't be imatched, a look at our lint
wif) cninc:11iiew you of this fa.nt.
N-w g-%ds coming in all the time. We don't have to hav4
Pjwci'd enIe4. eleurance siales, and all kinds of fake sales, u
d'ere i ritr goods, because we busy 'em right. goods bough1
right. sIl themesAves, we never let our goods get old or shop
wori lweause we keep 'em moving, competition is somethinj
we don't know for we buy iii quantities thrt gets the price
Unidtr-buy, Undersell is the way WE do it. Come to UE
for Bargamas. Yours truly,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gente Furnishing Goods a speci
ons, Chase City Bntggies, Iron King Stoves, New Home Sewinj
-all winners.
[r. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin
at a portion 'of last week in
,a grippe has a very tight
> on the people throughout
country, and in some cases
elops into pneumonia, which,
,he north, is proving fatal in
reat many instances.
liss Lida McCalluin, of Eas-p
R, F, D. No. 6,'and Gro
Hendricks, of the same
slity, were happily married
iday.: night, 26th -inst., Rev.
D. 2Jones, officiating. The See
mTNEL-JOURNAL force join
;h their many friends in
;hing themi a long, happyc
1 prosperous voyage adown Ioni
stream of life. sol*
lawrence Smith was shot andwr
led near Liberty Tuesday at stoc
mit nlion by his brother, Tom
ith, while the two with the
rd brother were out hunting.
e shooting took place by Tomn
ith falling with gun in hand
they were climbling up a steep
ak. The whole load entered
side fromi a point just below
shoulder' and (leath was in
ntanuous. The b~rothers are
is of Mr. West Smith of thai
,c andI had been in the habit
going out hunting often.
ey are all under twenty years
ige. The family Is prostrated
bh grief over t'his calamity.
Y & CO.~
r Machines, Hawes'8$3.00 Hats-s1Joyden,
our line of Novels and Story Books.
Prices--10c. to $1.5i0.
rders filled for thee) by mail.
repo paper for Mantel covers-10 feet
r-at 10 cents a roll. Ten oolors to
ct from.
ox Paper, Tablets, and all kinds of
ting material can be found in our
k that is hard to fmnd elsewhere.
J. N. HIALLUM, Manager.
ma.S. C

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