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PUBnIBHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING.
The Sentinel-Jouraal Company.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR.
cnbeription s1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rate- Reasonable.
utored at Pens Fstomffce an Second Clas
PICKENS, S.. C. :
THURSDAY OCTBER 7. 1909,
The Southern Bell Tele
phone workmen have finished
their job in Pickens, and now
this city has one of the neatest
and best equiped little exchanges
to be found anywhere in the
country. This exchange sup
plies direct communication with
all points of the outside world to
76 subscribers, who are well
pleased with the service and
treatment they are getting.
The service is all that could
be expected and the treatment
is all that could be desired. In
Miss Jones, the Southern Bell
has a jewel and she is a credit
to any exchange, doing even
more than is required or expect
ed of her to give the patrons
The night calls are looke-d af
ter by her brother, Mr. H. E.
Jones, and, while he is "red
headed," this applies only to his
curly locks, for he is a good-nat
ured as he is auburned-haired
and takes all sorts of pains to
look after the subscribers and
see that they get good, quick,
service, never getting rattled the
least bit at the seemingly ceas
less, as well as sometimes use
less, requests of telephone users.
Mr. A. R. Martin, the mana
ger is a friend, indeed, to the
people of Pickens, and he wants
them to have and enjoy the very
best service the Southern Bell
can give, and to that end he
labors at all times-as well as
collects the monthly dues you
contribute for the privilege of
He makes periodical visits to
Pickens for the above purposes,
and is due in the city now, but
we have found out the reason
he hasn't come. The editor is
in receipt of a letter from which I
we make bold to cull a few sen -
tences: "I am a little girl baby.|
I arrived at the home of Mr. andi
Mrs. A. R. Martin, 618 E.
Washington, st., Greenville, S.
C., on Sunday, the 26th of Sept.
Although I have only been in
this world a few days, I'll have
you know I am boss at our
house. Whenever I want any
thing all I have to do is raise my
voice; then everyone works over
time to find out what I want.
I'ts jolly fun.
My papa says I'm a little Chi
nese with a red face, pug nose1
and that I only weigh 8 pounds.'
But then I don't think he's so
big. I'll lose my guess if I don't
give him cold feet before the
winter is over by making him
get up in the middle of the night
for the paregoric, and he will
frost his ears going to the drug
store for Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
~~ There is a sweet little woma
~~ ~on apillow .~' She
is goo ~,and I can see
right now that we are going to
get along together all right.
I am the owner of a very nice
voice which I cultivate every
night. If you don't believe it
ask the neighbors.
If my name is not on your
"calling list'"swill be pleased to
have it there. Papa says my
telephone No. is 2951 and the
young men have "unlimited ser
vice" over it to talk to me.
My papa says the telephone|
is a great thing. He was at the
Pickens County Fair and sawi
the baby show. So many pretty
babies set him to hankering forj
one, so he 'phoned our doctor to
bring him one, and here I am.
Every family ought to have a
phone-its a great help. Mr. H.
B, Bryan, (our District Commer
cial Manager) hasn't been mar
ried very long, and he has two."
"Little Eight Pounder."
No wonder Mr. Martin is stay
ing close to home; but we under
stand he says he is going to
leave for he7 can't understand
why everybody says the baby
favors its mother when he is
such a handsome man.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local pplications, as they cannot
reach diseased portionof the ear, There
is only, one way to cure deafness, and
that is .by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the muc ous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you hate a rumbling sound or
imperfect hering, and when it is entire.
ly closed, Deafness is the result. And
unless the inflammatiou can be taken
out anid this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will oe destroyed for
ever; uine cases out of te n are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the miucous sur
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured ly Haha's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENNEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take al's Fam~ily Pills for constipa
Auction G Sale
Original Forest Land!
AT AND NEAR SIX MILE 1HURCH, PICKENS COUATY, S. 0
We will sel: to the highest responsible bidder on
TUESDAY OTBER 28, '0
at Six Mile Church in Pickens County at i i:00 o'clock the
31 Tracts of Land.
This land lays in one of the 6iiest sectioni of th t entir. Pied
mont region and is divided into tract,
Suitable for Farminig
and is exceedingly productive and fertile; is well timb:re I in
original forest and has plenty of water all througih n entire
tracts; is situated close to good schools and churche s; I c it'l
five miles north of Southern Railway, very close to tht towas
of both Norris and Central, and is als) within eight miles of
the county-seat and in a first-class neighborhood of fne people
and progressive farmers.
Terms of sale: One-thard cash: payable in one year, and
the balance in two years with interest and mortgage to secure
Purchaser can anticipate payment, if he desires.
Hagood 4 Sloan
Trinkets For Dainty Women.
Are a special feature at this jewelry
store. There are silver mesh bags, jew
eled hat pins, stick pins of many kinds,
ornaments of all sorts.
It is not Too Early
to begin choosing gifts for the holidays.
Stop in and do some choosing now when
it can be done in comfort. More and
more people are wisely doing that every
Call and buy your
38c per box: 2 bxagfor75c.
barb SA< c.
~ A full line of all kinds of
H ARDW A RE!
at the same low prices,
PlcLen Hadw. Co.
CARE & CHASTilJ
Real Estate and Insurance
Tract of land, containing 111 acre&; situated near Cedar
ock church. Known as G. H. McGill land. Sixty acres in
ultivation; 2 houses on place. Price $4,8o0.
Tract of land situated at Dacusville. Known as J. A.
Chastain land and containing 50 acres. Price $900.
Tract of land on Twelve Mile River, containing 60 acres,
nown as WV. H. Lewis place. Good house, new outbuild
ngs. Price $1,450.
Tract of land situated 2 miles north of Pickens, contain
ng 71 acres; 35 acres in cultivation. Known as J. M. Wel
orn land. Price $1 ,500
Tract of land on public road from Pickens to Mountain
rove church. Containing T oo acres. Good two-story house
f 7 rooms, gogi. barn. Known as J. M. Welborn lands.
Price $i ,Soo,
If you have any land to sell list it with us. Our motto:
'Yours for business." Office upstairs in Freeman building.
CAREY & OHASTAIN,
Main St. Pickens, S. C.
Oflice of County Treasurer, l';chels County.
Pickens, S. ' :.. September e'th 1140..
The book. for the collectiou of State miad
County taxes will be opetn fronh
October 15th 1909 to Deceniber 31st 1IW4.
Those who prefer to do so enn ty iI .1111u,ul
iy 1141). with I per cent additional Thse
who prefer pavin:. in Fei,rutary 19111. van
d1o o %% ith 1 per Ient itlditiolm. Those who
piefer paying in Mairch 1910, to the 1th (of sahl
mnIth. I.tI II t 0 y payin a: n dbliiotio: l 7 per
Ceen:. After st 4int,- the books ii i close
N. 11.-Tax I-Ayers Owni.; prier tIyrIt y:r
tax for ot%er:.. wIl pleae I. sk for tx re-eipt
in etich town0hp or special school iti.t riot inI
which he or thev :nay iswnti propcrty. This is
very ilnpfrtanIlt as thete Are M) man11try speiatti
sehool iistricts. Th,ose who do rnot wish to
come to tlt- h tiie can write ine, tnot latter tha
D velber 2thl, alt I w ill I l1rnish uetil with
the ea.:ount Iuc atl they can retrit ine 1by
icheck. rnihy order or re;;iszered lerter. iC
st ItIa S Ar. sint fill n1ot M.' ! 1 abo1 Ve t W -
eent, ats I VIaInOt Itse theml. 'ea(e 0o Pot
selnd e I a%!h without re;. isteri:tr sain , -
i Ohle t; 'et io,t: it sent , othOrw iO 't I,It hIe
at seider's ri,k.
Levy f.r Stte tax ....... il
Levy for 'm-titutiin:l Sohool tax . 3 :iil
Lev' for Ortiary ('oun!y tax .l. . . s
Levy for Si-k i; E tid ..... . ......... I ::I s
Levy Ior P1ast ii:!-bh I ine-s ........... : ii
Levy' for 41'btn Gan. .. ...... ........ .il
Levy for 'tatet Cont le ..... .. ..... it
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Spevit Levy fo r S,-bioul I iIirii- N o. is
Speoial Le vyv for s -ioo: la. ti t No. . nill
SpIvea lov* for choo l I itict I 0 . . - tnI.
perI'ial Levs' fIr ".1hool P '01i9N.8. Inm
Nj 'I evy for '-hc(d litiit N .. : -
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speciald vy for . ehool IwotctN 1 i No Iiii is
Speoital Levy for Sioo-l l'istrirt No. 1;. vi iI
SpeiOtI I.ey - itr stsool Distriet No. 1" ini::,
Spchd, Levy o r) bhol li t riet No . it i
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aeit l Levy ; (i- . !)t1 -t .No.'.
s 'Ive 1. %y L vy fr - i -11 i:.t N'). it i
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'io .lail Lvvy ror School li-I N ( I
:s-evtel .evy or:r i I ii-t,t N. Io 1T
e, vy for k hv I; Ii; t:r i N .
.,q,eo.-. Lovy f!or Sthoo! D et tivt 'N 1). 1-3.
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L4rT for itatt reiit ,n Pckew. I.. I:. 100
&.tatt, tow! '6if..
1 ,vI fi,r intierest ,:i P!ckens it. 1: ;
erkensP I. If14twnu- in '!s(.
T' ". T am, sA <1, 4 -!il4r Eve,y r.:;t!4- c i/ en
from !I to to 0' ye?rra e; li-th. . .
:te s 10dirs. ' 1 at . . nit otn:y ti ter Mn y.. 11(.91
tlose excused by l.t
0o.1MlIt.&dtiln lOOMd TAX. '.'; > ;) A ;. r n
demirirnt: to pany thi.* tatt feor W":W iin heni tpF hvi
ays work o this l mi , 4-n No before Nr'-hi
ist. 19,0 A. ll -e-riots betwev'i the I '.e, of I1
aid 50 years ire liahle for thi- t.Itx except tlho?v
exenied by law.
'(apitaitiol o T.I x. A.ll pers it wningr
dogs are require' tO pay Pt tlIX Of itty t5.4) Ce%ts
on each dog. Respectfully,
B. D. GA RV IN.
Next Monday my entire stock of f
preff-r to s-l in bulk. if not will retail it
I also offer all the furniture in my nc
Anything not sold before will be sold
tember 22. 23 and 24th at my store house
I offer my plantation on the Centrat
125 acres and not a better farm in the cou
I am pregaired to give teme on any p
T. D. 1.
S8. 1 26 acres four miles fro
tion, balance in pasture and
tenant houses with wvell and<
good opportunity for any cie
ment. Price $45 per acre.
20. 172 acres, 4 miles from
ty, the scene of the historic H<
Revolutionary times. About
torn land, about 16 acres of up]
nal forest; good old-fashioned h<
borhood. Will furnish more c
If this list does not contain
me before yon buy.
Yours to satisfy your del
or a good Home.
H. M.H E
"THE REAL E
STATEMENT OF T]
Located at Liberty, S. C., at the
Loans anrd Diseounits..... ..... .....'.5n4 53~;~
Demand Loanis......... ........ ..... .((9 2
Overdrafts ..................... .454 07
ifanig Hlouse............. ........1.4: .+2
Furniture and Fixtures... .... 4.4) a
Due from Hanks andt T1rus't Compaies I3.S., (5
Currency......... .... ....--...........nn In
Gold. .............. ........... ....... 1)n09
Siler anrd other Coin ....... ... ...... 9." '
Checks and Ca.sih Items...... ............5.i
Total....... ............. ....II92.I.5 as
STATE OF SOCTil C.\R4OLIN.\,
COUNTY OF PICKE'NS.
Before me came II. C. SumLEYa~. Cashier of
says the above and foregoinig statement is a tru
of said Baink.
Sworn to and subscribed before mte this 13lth 0
WV T1. O'f)E.LL.
H. C. SHIR L Y. - DIr.'tors.
nI our snow winio
the foremost makers, they rep
oods will be cffered at cs' until so:d, ]
. My store housa is for rent.
at auction to the high -st bidder on Sep
on main street.
road 24 miles from Pickens at a bartrain
nty. I will sell it che ip and oa long
roperty off zred. on acceptable collatteral.
in Easley, 75 acres in culurs2
wood Iai;d. it has three good
)utbuildings at each house. A
oking for a home or invest
WVestminst-::r, in Oconee coun
>rseshoe Rob2in sonf exploLt of
. acres of the very finest bot
and cleared, b:iance fine origi
>use in ai good1 quaint neigh..
omplete description anid price
your wants, I have others, see
nands for investment,
STA TE MA N."
Pickens, S. C.
IE COND)ITION OF~
l1ose of businless Sept. Sth, 1909.
Li \ HIl.ITIl-:S.
( 'apital StO'k Iaii'l in .. :)Hl
(e n d Tae I ':.1.. ...... .:2
Time ad'etin- of D pos . ..... . 16.-ty 5swo3
coinlitiin of -:adi li:-2 sh.' wn by the~b0oks
iy of $ept 19i.-C lH L-Y
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R in Fabrics
Will be a marked feature of the fall
and winter season; a grcat variety
of beautiful patterns is being shown.
Some of the new colorings are so
ittractive that men are apt t.> neg
tect the plain blue serge or back
We advise you to have at least
one good blue ot black suit, in ad- 4
-lition to the fancy, colored weaves;
ind a black or Oxford Gray Over
:oat, in addition to the fancy fabric. '
This permits a chaa.ge, and gives
"ach suit a rest; to get cleaned and
)ressed. It prolongs the life of all
iour clothes, to treat them this way.
,Vs, you will see there a display of new models from some A
resent the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once
Yours to please,
1REENVILLE, S. C.
You are cordially invited to attend my
Wednesday and ;
A Complete Line of the Latest Models in
MJIS PA R TRIDGE '
lierri leai Eetafe Do..
Notice is hereby given that a company has been formed I
John F. Harris, and others, for the purpose of buying, selling
andI otherwise dealing in and doing a general Real Estate bu
mnee in both town and country property, this 11ith Sept. 190'
If you have any land to sdl or exchange, list it witn us an
somne will have our prompt attention.
Sarris ien1 Eatare Co.,
J. F. H ARRHIS, Geni. Mgr.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Underwear. e~
To the readers of the Sentinel-journal:
You are hearing of HIGHER prices. I am glad to say
I believe Cotton will be higher. I amn also glad to say t!.
have bought one of the largest and best sekvcted stoci.
goods-piece goods, men's and w-r-*~' '"--"'- - -- ''
shoes-in a word, a stock of gooc
general public, that I have ever h.
POSITIVELY that my prices are
go .ds LOWER than last season.
I do not advertise to give away goods-to sell a ioc. a
for 5c.-I can't do that. But compare .\Y GOODS
PRICES with the "give aways" and if I do not give 1
values, I will not ask you to buy. I want your trade an
do all I can, LEGITIMATELY, to get it. I pr(omfise yOt
Dependable Goods. Lowest Price
A Fair Deal. Your Money's Wort.
West End. Qsre0fntrille. lB.C