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.Pickens Sentinel-Journal
Happeniuge'of a Locial-!ud Psrsonal
Born, on the'4th Inst., to Mr.
#nd Mrs: B. B. LaBoon, a son.
T Married, Feb. 1, at the home
Of the officiating magistrate,
0. F. Keith, Mr, H. M. Gallo
way and Miss Leila Galloway.
Preaching at Baptist chureh
Sunday, 11 a. m, Hereafter
Aev. P. F. Craford will be here
on second and fourth Sundays.
An advertisement i like an
egg. If it doesn't hatch the
first time, it is useless to put it
under another hen. Try a new
A negro who says he is 136
years old secured a license and
marri4d a woman of 28 years in
New York. The woman In the
vase was said to be from Orange
burg, S. C.
B. C. Robinson, of Robinson
& Co., stock dealers, has just
returned from the markets and
says he has a car of the finest
mules now on the way that hb s
ever come to Pickens.
. There will be an all-day sing
ing held at Camp Creek church
on the fourth Sunday in this
month. All lovers of good music
are urged to attend and bring
song books and well-filled bas
Mrs. A. E. Kelley, while
looking out of her back door,
last night, to see how the clouds
looked, lost er balance and fell,
breaking her arm. A physicir n
was sent for and medical atten
tion was promptly given her.
- The first quarterly conference
for Pickens circuit will be held
:4t Twelve Mile church, Satur
day, Feb. 15. Rev. W, M. Duna
can will preach on'Saturday, at
11 a, m., and will hold the busi
'ness session immediately after
the sermon. The stewards of
the circuit are requested to meet
the paster at 10.30 Saturday
W. P. Long, living above
Pickens, near E. Frank Loop
er's,' lost his house about six
weeks ago, with most of the
vootents. Eks friends and neigh
bors turned in and built a nice
i1ouse for him, and he is
) profoundly grateful to them for
their kindness, and takes this
method to thank all who so
-4. kindly helped himi.
Married, Sunday, Jan. 26, by
Clerk of Court C. R. D. Burns,
at 'his residence near Wecst
.Union, Edward J.' Rogers, of
Easley, and Miss Elizabeth Kel
ley. The bride is a daughter ot
,Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kelley,
of ~the New Hope section of
Oconee, and has hosts of friends.
* We extend congratulations and
best wishes to tihg young couple.
---Keowee Coufler.
The second annual meeting of*
the stockholders of* the F'armers'
Bank of Central was held in the
Soffices of the bank Tuesday af
ternoon, Jan, 31.- The affairs
of this young institution were
*found to be in an excellent con
dition, and all members present
were highly pleased with the'
showing that has been made for
* the first year. The bank de
clared- an 8 per cent, dividend
Jan. 1, payable semi-annually,
after being in business only four
-teen months. All the old officers
vwere, re-elected for the ensuing
year,.as follows-, W. L, Gassa
vay, president; W. Henry Mar
tin.3 vice-president; Horace L.
*McGee, cashier; L. C. Gaines,
assistant cashler,---Seneca Farm
&. Factory.
Of that o id car
Car of Barbed \
Car of Furniture
Also a car o
Buggies, now 0
We have the
ever brought to
look at our line
New goods co
special sales, cl<
dispose of our
bought ri,.ht sell
old or shop-worn
is something we
the price.
Underbuy, Ur
for Bargains.
Clothing, Sb
SotA egents for M'teheIl Wagons, Cha"e City
Walkover and Zeig-er Shoes-all winners.
J. A. Kelley visited friends in Born, on thc 3
Pickens rcently. ---New Hope and Mrs. R. E. (
Cor, Farm & Factory. . -j H. A. Richey
The second attraction for the fined to his room
season, in Pickens' Lyceum la grippe.
course, was the "Romancers .By request of
Concert Co.", of Pittsburg, Pa., Boggs to hold omi
who gave a most creditable en- til Thursday mot
tertainment in the. High Schooli we are a day lat,
auditorium last Thursday even-| Remember th
ing. Their instrumental music: .n n h
as wvell a~s their songs were' well.in mth
rendered and highly enjoyed. on the eveixi
The attraction that was billed mmest are all
for Pickens wvent to pieces~ and mmes r l
the "Romancers Concert Co." and bring a frjim
was a substitute attraction; Monday noon
however, it was a much better ment and c<
one than the audience really~ex.. caused by the
pected to hear. Robert C. Law-! fire!" followed
rence, baritone and reader, was something hurst
the manager and had associated tigation it was
with him Roy A. Young, first'lighting plant w
tenor and mandolin; Otto P. 1cause of the cor
Milde, second. tenor and violin;! known. 'The th
Nicholas Holmes, basso :-and exploded, and C,
piano. Mr. Holmes, although was thrown on
blind and suffering from other more gas and
ills, proved himself to b'e a .The plant is at
splendid performer. We know loss, and it is n<
too little of music to go Into the the stockholders
descriptive technique of It. All in this kind of a
we can say, judging from the We understend I
words of enconium we heard on IShoals have bee
all sides, we take it that it was Ilocal capital and
a first-rate performance, and no!I on foot to put
audience will be humbugged plant there this
where they are billed to appar. i ought to pay ha]
of z,ooo chairs comes a car of Stoves.
Vire and Nails.
f Mitchell Wagons, and a car of Chase City
nicest and best finished lot of FURNITURE
Pickens, at prices that can't be matched. A
vill convince you of this fact.
ming in all the time. We don't have to have
!arance sales, and all kinds of fake sales, to
goods, because we buy 'em right. Goods
themselves, We neveo let our goods get
because we keep 'em moving. Competition
don't know for we buy in quantities that gets
dersell, is the way WE do it. Come to US
Yours truly,
oes, Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods a specialty.
Buggies, Iron King Stoves, New Home Sawing Machines, Hawes' $3.00 Hat
3th. uit., to Mr.
loodwin. a sonl.
has been con
this week with
Clerk of Court
forms ope'n uni
'ning for a sale,
' this week.
Spoultry meet- FO E SI U
of the 14th - -
I o'clock. The
urged to come See our line of Novels and Story1
id with them. Prices--16c. t'o $1.50.
no little excite- -Orders filled for thesa by -mail.
ymmflotionl was
cyof "Fire! Crepe paper for Mantel eovers-1
b~y a reportt of selectafrom.cet ol e o
ing! On inves- Box Paper, Tablets, and all kin
found that the -writing material can be found 1
1onfrTestock that Is hard to find elsewhei
ibustion is not _____
.nks of carbide - ~
rery time water1
it, it created
t bigger blaze.
>tal wreck and FCESA U
>t thought that
will reinvest J. N.- HALLUM, Manager,
lighting outfit.
hat the Holder
ni purchased by
a movement Is
in an electric
summer. This
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