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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, February 13, 1908, Image 5

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Pickens Sentinel-Journal
RapDeniogs of a Local and Personal
- Poultry meeting to-nigl.
Miss Cassie Bolt is visiting
friends in Pickens.
Aon. 8. P. Carey spent Sun
day with homefolks.
H. H, Webb has been quite
indisposed but is reported better.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Gillespie, on the 5th inst., a fine
Mrs. M. F. Hester, who has
been quite indisposed, is report
ed better.
A. C. Heath, of Waxhaw,
N. C., is spending a few days
in Pickens.
Miss Mattie Finley, of Ander
son, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
J, T. Partridge.
Rev. N. G. Ballinger preached
sermon in the Methodist church
Sunday morning.
C. E. Robinson, fath(r and
san, have been quite sick but
are reportehI better.
J. Ollie Brock will be in Pick
enis court week prepared to do
all kinds of watch repairing.
Miss Mindie Griffin, of Green
ville, spent part of last week
week with her sister, Mrs. H.
M. Heste.
Miss Mary Garrett, of Norris,
a student of the G. F. C., spInt
a, portion of last week with her
sister, Mrs. R. T. Hallum.
On account Uf the track
spreading in the yards yester
day, the Pickens train got off
and failed to make its accus
wford filled his
the Baptist
morning and
two excellent
... . died in Colum
bia, Monday evening, at 0.130.
The remains were shippeld to his
home, near Central. 1Mr. Mad
den was about 75 years old and
was a prominent Pickenis coiun
ty citizen for more than half a
(cenltury'.--Seneca Farm & Fac
Mar'ed, Sunday, Feb. 9, at
the borne of the officiating no
tary public, J. D). Simmons,
Paul Howard and Miss Roxi
anna Holder. The bride is a
(daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
jamin Holder. T1heir many
friends wish for them a long
nd happy life.
ne of the most pleasant so
vents of the season was the
. . riage of Miss Sarah Ella
Reid to Hugh Holleman at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Creighton Reid, Tues
day evening, at 6 o'clock, Rev.
0. T. Porcher, of Greenville,
performing the ceremony...
Misess Hassie and Ora Glaze
ner, of Pickens county are
board ing with their aunt, Mrs.
Kmanie Cobb, and attending ti C
Waihalla Graded Sho.
Oconee Ne ws.
T. J. McKinney, of Pickens
county, was in W\alhalla last
week. He reports that the con
dion of his brother-in-law, El
bert Corbin, who was recently
shot in Oklahoma, is extremely
critical. Mr. Corbin was on his~
way hero with his father, b .t
owing to his serious condition
they wore compelled to stop at
Lawt~on, where an operation
wvas performed. ittle horo;
* are entegtained of Mr. Corbin's
complete recovery. - Walhalla
400 samipIC
one of the
If your suit
righit andu
to $1O. Oil
better suit
Last Fall w
intend to d
Call and in:
save you 29
Soln gets for M'chell Wigons, Chr
Walkover iand Zeig rl Shoes-ail wu:
Our mei chants are offervir-g c~~
)argain prices on their fall and .
viniter goods to get themi out of B sn
he way for for spring arrivals. so
j inoerted ini 1
-= linofor eac.
Women as Well as MYen $
Are Made Miserable by FnSrn
Kidney Trouble. 1. milesno
75 acres west
aoc b ranch
Kidney trouble prcys upon the mind. dis- prioc $10 iicr
:ourages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor R. F. D,, No
.- L.Iand cheerfulness soon
S : , disappear when the kid- Carload of
- neys arc out of order at H. A. Riel]
.. - or diseased.
Kidney trouble hcm Paty your
.- beco:-ne so prevncent not enry~ lh
that it Is not uncommon Como" to Rec
- / for a child to be bcrn cut.
9- afflicted with weak kid
--~ ncys. if the child urin- .
--.--- .ates too often, If the
,rine scalds the flesh or If, when the child State of Sent
-caches an agc when It should be able to Couty of
:ontrol the passage, it Is yet afflicted with -yJ 1 t
yed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of *E O'i1'C
he difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first \hees,
tep should be towards the treatrment of me to) iranit
hose important organs. This unpleasant tion~ of theo
rouble is due to a diseased condition of the MalIy C. Ki
tidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Ths are
nost people suppose. Jmonish aill at
Women as well as men are made mis..I credito)ts of
:rable with kidney and bladder trouble, deese that
md both need the same great remedy. me, in th C<
rhe mild and the immediate effect of atPckt
Swamp..Root Is soon realized. It is sold a'y' I9.0' "IE
y druggists, in fifty--o~ at, 11 o elock
ent and one dollar causeib( if anyl3
iZes. You may have a - 'atiniistratk
~ample bottle by mail G'~ _ ivei und
ree. also pamphlet tell- - nlome or Br-au>.noot. I bur A n
ng all about it, including many of the ______
housands of testimonli letters received -. - --
rom sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
ke Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on every bottle.
r Jus Receied
s of Clothing from The Internationa
argest tailoring establishments in th
is madec by The International it is
ears right. What is the use of pay
. suit for taking your measure when
nd a better fit by having your suit r
We take your measure and guar:
as the best season we have had on t
>uble it this spring.
;pect our samples and let us show y
per cent on your suit.
ing, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing Good
Fe City Buiggies, Iron King Stoves, Now Hom
ess Locals.
' iale, Wanlhts, Swnps, etc. I?
hiIH Colun at 5 cents. per
h insertion. Nothiing taken N
-17 aeros, original forest,
hi <f P'ickens, $30 an acre;
of Woodall Mountain, 10'
bottom, balance in timber,
4, Pickeni, S. C.
Obi'lisk Flour just receivedl
nnoblsat once. I ca Se
'HO renouints any longer.
-a preparedl to mnakt, settle
H. A, RIICHEY- Fresh twi'
-------------~- Guarante<
h~ Carolina, Conme in
'ick your land
. D). Uncus mnade suilt to WVe have
himi let teYr of administrE
esI ate and eflects of yOu SOl
the-reforcd to cIto and ad
d shiguliar the kmndred and
the wid Mahaly C. Keniip,
t hey be and appear bo foe
murt; of Probate, to be held
>n the 2'7th day of F4 bru'I
et aifte r pllhication hereof,
in the forenoon, to showv
they have, why the saidl
n should not be0 granted.
*r my hand tiI 18h dlay of ________
no DIomnini 190t ..
NEWJIERY, J. i'. P. C,
1 Tailoring Co.
made right, fits
ing a tailor $5
you can get a
iade by the In
intee a fit.
his line and we
ou how we can
JEY & Co.
a specia ilty.
e Sewing Machines, flawos' $3.00 Hants-Boyden,
jekens Dru.a Co.
us for Cabbage Plants.
:e a week from nowv until the season closes.
A to live.
mnd let us explain to you how to prepare
andl start your garden early.
studied this business carefully and can tell
ckens Drug Co.

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