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Pickels Sentinel-Journdl
Eappening. Of a Zeeal and Personal
You cannot help 9(hig11 the
page ad. of Gaines & Gassaway
Bros. in this issue.
Miss Floride Carey, of Con
verse College, spent last week
with her parents in Pickens.
Mrs. J. P. Carey and Mrs. J. C.
Jennings visited Mrs. D. F.
Bradley, in Easley, last week.
Bailey Robinson was so un
fortunate-as to lone a very val
uable horse, one day last week.
There has not been a person
committed to the Pickens jail
for two months. This speaks
well for the County.
Mr. A. W. Bryant one of Lib
erty's best called in Monday and
pushed his subscription ahead
for a year.
There is a movement on foot
by the young men, to organize
a branch of the .Y. M. C. A.
in Pickens. -
Mrs. E. A. 'Gilreath is attend
ing the meeting of the Federa
tion of Women's Clubs, in
J. M. Jameson' at present
magistrate of Easley township,
is a candidate for sheriff and
announces this week.
A. Jeff. Welborn, who has
served heretofore as a commis
sioner, announces this week for
the same office again.
Don't forget that I am here
to do any kind of repair work.
Bicycles a specialty. R. E. Good
win,' at H. A. Richey's store.
Doc King, ok Brevard, N. C.,
passed through Pickens, Friday,
-with three pairs of finely
matched horses to be used in
Mrs'. M, W. Newton, of the
Norris side, is visiting her
mother-in-law, Mrs. R. M. New
ton, of Hickory Flat section, in
Anderson county, who is very
Married, on the 30th ult., by
Rev. J. A. White, at his resi
dence, Pickens, R. D. 1, Miss
Annie Childs and Vess Ree~se.
The hapy couple have the con
gratulations of many friends.
Married, at the residence of
W. W. (Tint) Hendricks, 3d
inst., by G. WV. Bowen, N. P.,
Sam Hendricks and Miss Ca
milla H-endricks; all of Pickens
Sheriff J. C. Jennings is a be
liever in the adage, "The, early
bird catches the worm," so he
has handed us his announce
ment for re-election to the sher
iff's office..
There wvill be an an all-day
song service at Corinth, No. 2,
five miles east of Pendleton,
fourth Sunday in May. P'. C.
Cartee will conduct the service.
Everybody 'invited, and don't
forget the baskets.
SrAED-Black and white
spotted sow pigr~ about 8 weeks
old, mixed breed,' shows'Poland
China markings, nose shows
mountain-'rooter. Left April 20.
Return jto me and get reward.
Elias Anderson, Pickens, S. C.,
at Capt. T. J. -Mauldin's resi
Mrs; Sarah Skelton, aged 69
years, died very suddenly last
Friday night at the home of her
grand-daughter in the mill vil
lage,.and was buried Saturday
afternooni in the- Mullina~x bury
ing ground, four miles west of
Easley. The deceased was -i
daughter-of Givan G. Smith one
of Pickens cou~nfy's pioneer <it
A handsome Tailor Suit
at about the price of niak
ing. Sale begins tomorrow.
We at all times en
the public, and the
they are read with ci
newspaper space for
is full of profit. TI
are always a good m:
a veiy special annou
Beginning tomorr<
sale our entire stoci
half former ptice.
\ can,
and i
not a
IWUW8M signs
son ahead of you to wear these goo<
is right- nowv-be on hand early
Silks included, anid displayed on Ce
A Millinery Record 1.
There could be no str onger tes
deavor -to make our ad vertis<
fact -that thousands respond
)nfidence in. our statements.
fun--we always have a messe
iose who read and respond I
iny dollars ahead at the end
noement e1 a
>v an( continuing through
Spring Tailor Suits, in all 1
Schedule of Suit Sale
S formerly $15-oo at $7-50 We
S formerly $i8.50 at $9.25 orite
S formerly $20.oo at $io.oo ing sli
'S formerly $22.50 at $1 1.25 re
S formerly $ 5.oo at $1 2.50
'S formerly $28.oo at $1 4.00
rhe above are all brahd new
;, colorings and cloths-you stock
dways 'use a Tailor Suit-it is beauti
y garment. Ecrue
ig Sale of Silk this Week. SO
Here is an opportunity to buy the newest We
nost charming Silks of the season-Coin Misse
Stripes, Checks and Figures. You can- Lace,
fford to miss this chance-at least 55 de- price 1
to select from. You have the entire sea- Mis
is, but your opportunity for securing them formel
tomorrow. Everything in fancy Summer Lot
nter Counter- where you can choose. $| $.00
style and intrinsic value
nprecedented i cgc
can be found in any larg
Our business so far is
son. If you bvy it at P
A large variety of
wrist lengths to shoulde
We are showing
Embroidered Batiste-]
Net Robes for eve
timonial as to thie beauty, and pink. Prices rang<
)epartment Stor
The Big Silk Safe which.
begins tomorrow shopid
prove exceedIngly inter
3. esting.
3ments interesting t
to them goes to prove
.We do not purchas
.ge for our friends th t
;o our advertisemends
of the yeai. Hero {s
next week, we put on
ight colors,. at exactly
Vhite Tailored Skirts
have just received a large shipment of
Wash Skirts, made up just like wool
garments, beautifully tailored-noth
ghted about them. There is nothing
:onvenient, they stand the tub. Prices
from $1.50 to $3-50
New Net waists
le, beyond a doubt carry the largest
of dress Waists in Upper Carolina,.
ful designs in Net in both White and
from $4.50 uP
ial Misses and Ladies Colored Hose
have an accumalation of Ladies and
s Colored Hosiery; qualities Lisle and
which we put on sale at little over halt
:o clean up. Few Whites in the lot.
ses Lace in Pink, Light Blue and Tans,
price 25 cents, now at 1 5c.
Ladies high colors, worth from 5oc. to
per pair, to close at 29c.
of ou~r Millinery than the magnificent
one in this department. Our constant
>atrons just as up)-to-date Headgear as
e metropolis and furnish it at less cost.
greatly in excess of any previous sea
LRNOLDS it is correct.
mnd Kid Gloves
all kinds of Silk, Lisle and Kid, from
r lengths, all shades.
and Net Robes
a charming line of Dress Patterns in
mattern $7.98 to $io.oo.
fling wear, in white, helio, light blue
from $8.,j5 to $1 2.50.
D Co's.
South Carolina.

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