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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, January 14, 1909, Image 9

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Will Cure That Cold You Have
Price 25c. For Sale By
Pickens, S. C.
~O D lfeBig W hile Goon Sale
Largest assortment ever brought to this part of the country of
Nainsooks, English Long Cioth, Seiesettes, Muslins, Cambrics
Checked and Plain Lawns, Waistings of all kinds and the
Beautiful and Dainty Laces and Embroideries to trim them
This cold weather is the time to make up youiF year's sup
ply of Underclothes and waists. Come now when you have
a Big Selection-we can buy for less now, when the Mills are
not busy--therefore we can sell to you for less. This is your
Don't fail to see the Bargains xe are offering in Shoes,
Skirts, Cloaks, Ready-made Dresses Etc.
These goods are practically at your own prices as they
M LST GO to make room for our new Spring Stock nov:
\rapidly coming in.
Buclhan1a1I-Scott Co.
Cash Department Store
More Bargalns
Don't Fail to get some of
Scrap Bundles at
89c. each.
,.before they are gone. We have some very
good bargains in different kinds of Dress
A k to Se'e the Bargain Counter
Our old friend J. B. T iTomaF,
o, Central, 1. 3, was in to see
u - Monday. It is interest 'ig to
h-ar him talk of war e peri
Sam Weiner, the famou Rus
sian expert, can be foun I at
Bolt & Co.'s drug store ra y to
fit you correctly with "ye
glasses that you can see th rot gh.
Miss' Ruth Ballinger, dau h
ter of Rev. N. G. Ballinger, eft
Pickens, Tuesday, to eiter L 1]
der College, at Greenwood, S. C.
The many friends of H1 1'.
Joel H. Miller will be glad to
learn that he is fast improvi 1
from a severe attack of gr'
He has been con fined to his roo
since the 24th of December.
Rev. N. G. Ballinger has kin
ly handed us his appointmen
for the year, which are as fol
lows: Pickens, on 1st Sunday
at 11.15 a. i. and 7.15 p. im.:
on the 2d and 4th Sundays at 11
a. im.; on 3d Sunday at 6.15 p. m,
Epworth ,League devotional
meetings every Sunday at 6.30
p. I. Preaching at Betlileliei
on the 3d Sunday at Il a. ni..
and on the 1st Sunday at 3 p. m.
Ve w(old take it as an especial
favor if every pastor in the
county, regardless of denomina
ltion, would furnish this oflice
iwith his appointments for the
Year 1909.
Notice of Opening Books of Subscrip
tion to the Capital Stock of Moore
& Mauldin Company, a Pro
posed Coiporation.
N(tiev is 1 er -I'. tivenl It . the unlld,:r
s Ignd Boa rd o' t ,,rp irati:s ot ih - ro
's -J (,4rti, r ii-..m it) h k %%n. wI A is
MNJ ez M tl , ii (:ollipt.y w ; open
books of sub.; -ipiiaa to t h CIapitil
St..c of the i-ai I 1 .w.:.jt i t. the of
flee of Moore & . NIiain In tihe town of
Pickens, S. C., s9d ;.a,ny ;4 1 S:ate.
ol th( th d a J.1ntM , 11. (A), anti
that said books wv.1 i mal Is a it a
period of thbreo days for*. i- :1 Wt , Ios ,
listing sulbscriUtit o8 t:;I- Il sto ct.
of 13aid Corporation
Tihis Jnuary l'6 1900,
D. u. NOO:,'F.
M.:ri A V 4ai0
Notice of Opening Eooks of Subscrip
tion to Gaines & Gasiaw%ay Co.
TheState of' South Caroto:.
Counity of Pickew5.
A t 1) o'clo ck, ia. m.. o Thr.d ty., he
14th day of Jainary 110). at i ofia.
of R. G. (,in.lS & G-is V w y Br41, 4.11.
t a ooks of st l . 11 ion lt t it
capitl s ckVo Lai.s & G ss5 WA '
0 Lrhns o. icro .e)wl .
rpnedi eodneni oat-o
%sudh h srtr fsaeo h
8t a o en' 0.Pid nc
tal tockto e 500 M, oso din sare
Jas. Clement a step-son of
W. C. Wyatt, i. able to be out
again after a si ge of sickness.
Wilton H. He. ter, of Atlanta,
has moved his f6mily to Pick
eis. He is a coiipetent electri
cian and willhavo charge of the
Ivy Water, Lig4t and Power
Co.'s plant.
We call your attention to the
ad. of the Buchainn-Scott Co.
that popular firm f Greenville
merchants, who x ant Pickens
county trade bar enough to
make a year's cont act with this
paper so as to ada ertise for it..
Th..sw gentlemen ave one of
the swellkst places i I South Car
olina and are getiing rid of
every line of men's stuff they
have be,-en handling), in order to
make an exclusive adies' store
out ej their establis mont, and
'lie finest one, and o 11y one, at
that, in the state. harles M.
Bowen, an old Pick ns boy, is
vith theMmi and is at he head of
t he dress goods depart nent.- He
I as many friends in t is county
a ho have become cu ollws of
t is enterpris' since he
N ent with th has sold
I" 's of rea r suits,
cl aks, skirts a to many
of mr best citiz s who
kn >V swell goods they
see them---who ar 'd to
ple se because they ca >t get
as good goods as the want
w%Nit iout sending to Ne York
for h.iPir garments. No , that
is e0 anged, for Messrs. Buch
anai -Scott Co. propop ' o cater
to thi class of tra(If you go
there f(Ior your go ssued
that on will l . ourte
ouslv, waited (it y and
intelli enily, a i just
what on arv look ud at
a muc I cheap YOU
iar e. e1v
have .% ill
t reat yt r
being 1 ch
anin, pre
I wili us6
every da for
the purpo ap
plicatiols nd
widovs t et
ting pensio lV
for same.
All now
tinue to gc t
further appl
Jan. 7, 190
The many friends of Ja Ies
P. Carey, Jr., were glad to ee
him out driving Monday.
Cotton has again taken an up
ward turn and is play ig ar3und
the 9c mark. Several bales
have been sold this veek at this
From Firm and Iet,viy Jwtrnal.
Miss Fanie(B. Martin, a
beantifnl vollig lidy of Central,
spe t thelt'fbr pat, of last week
with friends in th(\ Iity
Mr. J. C. Coneh w1 oA! 11oV(eld
from Seneca to Lihrty y s eral
months ago, has moved bac10 to
Seneca, aid opened a meat n ar
kot on West End.
Miss Sallie Phillips and bro -
er L. G., of Norris, were in th
cir,y one day last week.
L. G. Phillips, Jr., of Norris.
is trying his hand as a coiposi
tor inl the Farm and Factor
K. C. Moore spent mart of las
w,evvk with friends iear Easle
V. S. Medlin has no..,d t
pkacv inl tha Ebenewz ct
By J. B. Newbe
siit , to i .
ill mIkh all -ot'l sinll"1
credito> 0of tIlie s id I
eva.edl, t hat Ilhey. he .11 1 :11
1W. ill Ih C t of lr1b t .-.
at Pivkens on tile *21s day1N of
11109 n1ext l ier tilnh t 1 11iinn1
it o'clowk in the f"i4,1.41im. to i
i any t1 hey IIAIV. why Iiti
i'llrIl.ion 0s Ihl not he r-r!nts
(H~veni nuder turv hand,. thi
di.lf Jauury Ano '111:i
A 1111 *-Ii!
At 'I li. f
and at the larve reveptim y'l u
some marveloulv beautifill p)ieces oI
j-welry that we dt signed and ex-ecuted.
Buit, we ailso carry ai full line, of iniore
muodoraute priced gto<'s.
Whatever You Ask For
we't can sthow' you i bartgalin. fr ohi nh -ab
wa~ltre to ha)jret tm l s fter' thx ? Ilh
day s . .a' L4ook out of 6r#
ii. s: DER.

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