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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, February 27, 1908, Image 3

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Ptkens Sentin oloural
MapOUings of a Local and Persoina
'Mesdames Inez. Morris and
Ida' T-ewis spent Sunday with
their father, E. E. Mauldin.
-Johnnie, the little son of Mr.
a.nd Mrs. W. T. Griffin, wlho
h-as been quite sick, is improV
Mrs. J. F. Harris spent last
Friday in Easley with lier
mother, Mrs. M. J. Harris, who
is quite sick.
.W W. H. Griffin, of Greenville,
spent a portion of last week
with his mother, Mrs. Florence
Griffin, in Pickens..
Rev. S. P. McCarty will
preach at Gap Hill next Sun
(lay in March, at 10 a, ni,, and
at Fairview at 8 y. in.
- Miss Ellen Mae Welborn, who
is attending the G. F. C., spent
part of last week with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wel
born, of Pickens, R. 3.
Mrs. W. L. Ellis, of Easley,
and Miss Rosa Ellis, a charming
young lady of Greenville, were
the guests of the former's sis
fer, Mrs. R. L. Davis, Friday.
-Miss Essie Earle and her
brother Ewin have gone to Flor
ida to spend several weeks.
They will also visit their -aunt,
Mrs. J. 13. Martin, at Ocklawa,
Misses Ilene and Lorena Tay
.Jor, of the G, F. C,, spent part
of last week with their parents,
ga-pt. and Mrs. J. T, Taylor.
f They were accompanied ov r
by their friend, Miss Harpe-r.
Married, on the 23d inst., by
3. J. Johlsoi, P. 0. Jolhson
and Miss Alice May Williams,
all of Cateechee. The happy
young couple have the best
wvislies of their miany, friends,
Prof. J. W. Looper jumps us
for NOT publishing ALl Of his
article hist week, entitled "A
Progle.Vsive School," and calls
on us to explain why. 'Tihe re.
son i:; we are not a niuid-rea(er
and could not supply the bal
ance out of our own thonghts.
We ave space to everythinug
that Mr. Looper stnt to this
office. E very , evident'y
overlooked some of the pages
when he went to mail copy to us.
We UNDEnsTAND that Pickens
Chapter of -R. A. M. had an in
slallationi of their officers last
Friday night, the execises being
held in the schoolhouse, after
which a- banquet was served.
-Some say the exercises were
"p1ublic," while others say they
were not, as invitatiqns were
sent out, so the editor of this
paper can say nothing-if it
wa. public he was not notified,
- nor asked to make mention of
the fact, and he is of the opinion
that it was "very private" and
-'select, because lie does not be
long to this branch of the order,
and lie received no "invitation"
to attend or any notice for pub
licity to the effect "that there
was anything doing" and a re
quest to publish same. H-e is
not a mpmnber of this branch
of the order, and, as a
consequence, has to depend
on the conunittem andI
"ihr in authmity" to igfi
im of @)wM paeig,
muneatd"to himo ncn
stesined o 4h wsftat @my
Ver meekf as4 of dimi' dea
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400 samp of Ch
one of the largest 1
If your suit is ma(
rinht and we rs ri
to $to. on a uit fo
better suit and a b<
ternational. We t
Last Fall was the I
intend to double it
Call and inspect ot
save you 25 per ce
CNothing, Shon
Solo rgonk for MYlnell Vogons, cats city .
Walkover nud Zeig er Shoes-all winers.
The local chapter U. D. C.DrL.0Muh
held a most interesting meetingylespnaf
at the home of Mrs. T.i J. Maul- we nPcos
din last Friday. Teewr
Mrs. N. E. Thornley, who has ios ebr
been on a visit to her daughter,frmohrtw
Mrs. Olive Oliver, in Nashville,Prsnatth .
Tenn., for some time, on ac- to rdyngt
count of sickness, returned home Thlaiso
Friday. She reports that "Miss achrhsre
Olive" was considerably betterdyan Wee
whe sh letnd bl tositup.MDr.i Ll Mud
you fr th magificnt.ilve ero e tawere agd
setwhih Ihae rceiedfro fromi other $ow,
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:ailoring establishments in the world.
le by The International it is made right, f
:ht. What is the use of paying a tailor f
r taking your measure when you can gel
:tter fit by having your suit made by the ]
ake your measure and guarantee a fit.
)est season we have had on this line and i
this spring.
ir samples and let us show you how we c
nt on your suit.
q, Hats and Gonts Furnishing Goods a specialty.
iggies, Iron King Stoveg, New Home Sewing Maclhir
in, of Green- a
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od many vis
>f the order
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ding. They
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aleared some
tension work.
ford was un.. Fresh twice a week fr<
>pointment at Guaranteed to live.
st church on Conme in and let us e>
3. Rev. J. M- your land and start yo
aoinmnt We have studied thi
appreciative you something.
Rates -
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ii celebrations at
Labile, Ala., and
authern flailwvay
vt rate of one
its for the~ roun: I _______________________
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Cabbage Plants.
>m now until the season closes.
:plain to you how to prepare
ar garden early.
s business carefully and can tell

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