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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, April 02, 1908, Image 5

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P "kens Sentinel-Journal
.1 .Oenings of a Looal and Personral
T, N. Hunter, of Liberty, wa
a town Monday on business.
Mrs. J. R. Ashmore returnet
from a visit to friends andrela.
tivos in Erevard,N. C.,Saturdav.
Mrs. E. E. Mauldin and eldest
daughter, Miss Gladys, . spent
last Tuosday with Mrs. A. M.
Willie Graly, who is now lo
cated at Norfolk. Va., is here
visiting the friends of his boy
hood (lays.
The Union meeting at FEcon-i
was well attended, b~th Satur
day and Sunday, and the col
lection for missions, was good.
The Pickens Railway Co. has
finished the "y's," and is no
Inger a "doodle." The busi
nass of the road is good, and we
hope soon to have a nice new
Theie will be an all-day sing
ing at Flat Rock church the
first Sunday in. April. Every
body invitep to bring song books.
The singing will be conducted
by P. C. Bartee.
Miss Maud Ashmore came in
Saturday to rest for a'few days
at the home of her parents. She
has been kept busy for several
weeks nursing cases of scarlet
fever in Atlanta.
Mrs. W. T. McFall will build
handsome residence on the
site of her present one in the
very near future. The old house
will be rolled on to the lot next
to the Mauldin house.
What has become of the Pick
ens Civic League? We did hope
it would have caused flowers to
bloom and grass to grow on the
courthouse grounds this spring
by way of a good beginning.
There will be a singing at
Liberty school building on the
second Sunday in April, begin
ning at 2 o'clock. Public cor
dally invitedl to attend.
Mr. and Mr's. D. J. Carter ar'
rived in Pickens from Chicago,
Wedlnesday of last week. Mr.
C. holds a lucrative position with
the Southern Press Sydicate,
and will travel in the south until
IllOn April 10th the Pickens
Cha pter U. D. C. will hold an
important meeting. This being
the centennial anniversary of
the birthday of Jefferson Davis,
the 3d of June will be a great
day all over the South.
Married, on the 29th uit., at
the residence of J. L. Stansill,
Jr., Miss Susan Anderson and
Jackson Stansill, J. D. Sinm
mons, N. P., officiating. HereE's
to the happy pair, wishing them
a long, unclouded and prosper
onis life.
The0 many friends of F. A.
Lewvis are glad to see hium out
again. Hie has had a long siege
of.grip, andl his appearance on
the streets to-day was the first
time since January. He has
several children quite sick with
nmeasles, but they, too, are im
proving.-[Walhalla Courier.
There will be an all-day sing
ing at Enon next Sunday (5th),
to which all those who are in
terested in music are requested
to come. We will have Prof.
W. T. Garrett, Ti. B. Owens,
~nd numerous others with us.
'ong service will begin at 11
a. m. Bring song books (Glean
ings of praise), and, best of all,
diniuer. C.O M.
You kn
stand and
I want
am selling
Now is
some as 1<
I have a 1<
off. I als
sine oil at
I am al,
I have;
cat save'
And You =
I~y celling on .us befor
lisk Flour (and anothe
Tobt~cco, Molasses, etc.
Bring us your Corn,
you frhe very top o'f the
If you haven't tried o
Heali-ng Powder, and H
all size packages from tl
Our personal guarait<
We also wvant to sell y
Perfect" Fence. Prices
Our motto .is Honest'
tte.old Slad.
ow I Sold out a while back but am back
getting in new goods right along.
to call your attention to some good .fre
it foi- less than the-market price.
the time you want salt fish. I have sevc
>w as ic. apiece.
>w green coffee does not sell as well as it
t ol vrery fine green atid will sell it cheap
o hav! the parched.
Seed 2.\c. for a for a full size 5 cent pap
15c. per gallon.
vays. in the market for country produce.
i magnificent line of samples of Tailor-ma<
'ou money and solicit an inspection.
Prices are righ1
Weights are ri4
Treatment is r
e buying your spring supplies. We have
r shipment that wvill 'be here in a few day
Pease, Beans and in fact any kind of sale
market for everything.
ur Dr. Hess Stock and Poultrv Fo od, L<
cave Powder, you should do so at once.
ie 25c. box to the 10o pouind sacks.
se goes with every package.
ou your wire fencing. We are agents fc
from 40e. per rod up. Any height and
Weights and Good Goods." Come in an
A. RJem
V7,~ ~ --77 7
it the old
;h flour. I
:ral kinds,
once did.
to move it
er. Kero
le suits. I
a nice lot of Ballard's Obe
;), Sugar; Coffee, Lard, Salt,
.ble producc. We wvili give
Iuse Killer, Worm- Powder,
The Stock Food comes in
*r the celebrated "Pittsburgh
veight you want.
d see us.

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