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Fiokens Sentinel-Journal.!
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Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature.
?Senator A. II. Dent), of Green
ville, is mentioned by liis friends as a
cnndidnto for Congress.
?There is a utrong demand in
f-... ??? ? ? ? *
y ?v?.. u xvji uuu?},'Kti u> rem, iiuci some
-w . progressive citizen ought to build
?The average man thinks it nn
extravngont waste of raw material
whvn lie sees two beautiful women
? .Miss Louise Bronzeale, an at
tractive young lady of Westminster.
S. C. ia visiting her aunt, Mrs. O.
W. Earle.
?All tho members of the Pickens
Cornet baud nre re quested to ho at
the band room Tuesday night, March
18t. Important business to look after.
? Remember that tho time for paying
tho commutation road tax expires
March 1st. The alternative is !
tho payment of $1 or working o.) tho
public roads eight days.
? Tho Southern railway will soon
put down 70 pound rails on tho C. &
G. division in place of tho (50 pound
rails, ho that tho big "Jack" engines
can bo used for freight traffic.
?Our farmers, who were holding
for 20 cents cotton, are panic strick
\ ^>rt ftt tlio tremeuduous decline in that
/article, but most of them are still
boiling on, hoping for a recovery.
?Tux payers now pay two per
cent ponnlty. Next month, from 1st
to 15th of March, they will puy seven
per cent. After the 15th books
will bo closed and executions issued.
?There are setoral sections of
p:-I *
a iubcuh uuuuiv mat ought to bo representor
in tho columns of Tho Sentinel-Journal
every wook by an interesting,
newsy letter. Lot your section
bo heard from.
? A colorcl woman in Colleton
county went oft* to town en Thursday,
leaving her four children in the
house. When sho returned at niglil
she found tho house mnn ?m/
two of the children burned to dentil
?As boot) as the ground gets dry
there ought to b? uomo good worl
done in the gardens. By all oddi
don't forget thin most important ftd
junct of evory well regulatod home
oven if the price of cotton goes t<
points that have never yet bcei
iTT--a .
? iuu >vt'sunin8ier ximeu sayi
that undoubtedly thero exists in thai
town ft great number of cases o
HtVmll pOX, though BOiUO of tllO CftHOI
nro of tho mildest typo; and tlia
everything possible lias boon done tc
keep tho disoaso from spreading, t>u
it has spread.
?Tho United Status fit eel corpora
tlon has purchased from Dr. J. J
MnMillr... I-' " -* -1
[>uvi a-. jj. ni'Miicrmiii, o
A ikon, about 2<) acres of land, t,w<
and it half miles northwest of Aiken
for $25,000. Tlio land contains rid
deposits of kaolin clay, from whirl
the company intends to mnnufuc
ture aluminum.
--The justly celebrated doy law
hns passed the House, llow .Jusl
Afililov must rage .vhui he lends tin
news! His matJlo bus not fallen 01
any Bhoulderfl sinco he retired from
put lie lif<?, no tlio "yi.lh-r in no,
tunlly !)finpf legislated n^iviiist.. I
iH really most wonderful, and this an
election year, too.?Columbia Record
?A. telegram from Seneca to tlx
C ' inl>u\ State, nnd. r dato of the
I Utli iiiHt., flays: "A whito man,
Slijjli 1'oggfi, of Newry, wor kil'ed
or;c iiiilo flow, licin t<y ooiitiier md
>v?y irain xno. 4u, last night, Jtoggs
ami j ar'y lolt town going in tlin <Iilection
ot Nowry lato in tho afternoon,
lull of liquor. Tlio body wns
found with tho akull ciukIkmI, by the
aide of tho track. Whiskey was the
cnuHo of liiw death. Tho coroner
held an inquest, exonerating the rail
?The number of rural delivery
routen in thin tttnto in constantly in*
crfftHinpr, and petitions are being con*
utantly recoived for moro routes. Tho
Ck)l tun bin oflico is tho distributing
station for tho vouchers and tho pay
for every route in the State, and
tho amount paid out hint month
amounted to $14,095, and ono or two
vouchers had to be returned because
thoy wero not pro| erly made out. It
is exneete<l t.lmt liofr?r? (lu, n,?
year tho pay roll will nvorftgo ft bout
$15,000 a month.
I [^C. T. Ilallum was quite sick lust I
wock but is able to bo out again.
? J. II. .Brock lints been qnito sick
for several days, but is well enough
to go homo homo with his son, Ollio.
?J. U. I3rock, of Senoca, was in
Pickens this week, on u visit to his
Mth. Anon ltichoy, of Groenville,
visited her brother, It. II. Cureton,
last week.
?Mrs. I<lft ('. Green, of tho Cross
Roads section of (ho county, visited
friends in Pickens lust week.
/ u IT n - *:?
f - -?v. i.jl wi i oiaju im Hblll (|UHO BICK. '
llo wont to Greenvillo last week to
tiiko treatment at tho s -Auitarium.
?Miss Eva Holcomhe, of tin* Eas I
lev ?ide, spent sovei 1 days with tho
Misses lliclioy, in Pickens, lust week,
I ?Born on the 22d instant, to Mr.
und Mrs. E. F. Keith, a foil. lie hap
been named "George Washington."
--JJrenching next Sabbath mornirrj^in
tho Pickens Bantist ehnn-li 1 >v
Kt)V. D. W. Hioot, nod also ut night.
i?The Ladies Aid Socioty of Pickontr^Sl.
K. church will meet next
Wednesday afternoon ut tho residence
of Mrs. ?). P. Harris.
? Morried ut tho residence of tho
bride's toother, Mrs. Marv Ali-xonder,
of Oooneo, Mr. ('arson Q NickleSOU
to MisH IClliriM Ali.vnnilnv
B. F. Murphreo officiating. May
tlicir whole life bo as ploasnnt as their
wedding day, in tho wish of their
many friends.
, ?The Heath Bruce-Morrow Co.,
khave nicely decorated their display
windows with a nice lino of this (season's
goods. Tho hardware windows i
I contain a lino display of goodp, the I
most prominent of which aro gnns
and ammunition. Tho display was
go!ton up by 13. Lewis, and is a creditable
one. Thoy sell all kinds of
pistol cartridges, and when in need
of anything iu their line, call on
?Tho small pox una about boon
stamped out in tois county. At ono
time last fall it wnn feared that it
' would become epidemic. Dr. J. M.
' Crenshaw, who is wjiking under tho
jj direction uf the Stnto board of honlth,
' says that since last September he has
attended about 150 cases in tho
county; principally in tho upper part.
[ lie has vaccinated hundreds with vacpilin
nninla .1 i?.. n. 0l-'
b ( iuikiouui IIJU OlIllH
board. Thero luivo been very few
serious cases, as it 6eems that tho
j disease is of a very mild type.
1 ?Wo learn that a movement is on
foot in tho (ireonvillo District to esH
tuhlish a co educational high school
I ut Williameton, utilizing tho building
f of tho Williamston Femvdo College,
s after tho removal of that institution
I to Greenwood. Wo further learn
that Dr. J. J. Hansom of tho Tonne?
r* . *
^ m-t) oouierence nas been bent For,
and is now on the ground prospecting
tho field. With a co educational
high school at Anderson and mother
. at Williumston, the Greenvi lo Dis
f !riot will b<> amply supplied ith ed>
ucational facilities. ? Southern Chris
, tiun Advocate.
- Mr. and Mrs. John Roper, of
. the Kasley side, visited lie ir daughter,
Mrs. K. II. Craig, on last Tuesday.
Mr. Roper is a substantial
farmer of 'lis section who "lives at
1 homo and boar Is at the same place."
' no ih a trim friend of this paper, and
1 whilo m i'ickons placed himself on
1 ihe ri^ht side of our books, and says
ho cannot ke?.p houso without the pa'
per. lie farms on tho intensive plan
I and makes everything at homo that
ho needs to run him. Ho made
, Iwelvo bales of cotton on ten acres of
) land, and recently sold eighteen hales
at 15 cents por pound, which netted
' him a i ice Hum. Ten vents nrm h<?
[ l' I ! ! fiii!. hi r.;". a Jits Ju l [lolliul.
! This WftH quite a difturenco in r<bjmctive
prices recoivod.
I Hhirt waist Ppneo was given
' fit tlio Hiawatha Hotel Inst Friday
1 evening in honor of Miss Loui-o
JBreazoalo. 1 lioso present were: Miss
Lucia Folger, Miss Bessie Asinnore,
Miss Olga Wieluiy, Miss May Robinson
?.rw' Miss Jennie Lewis, of l'ickens;
Messrs. .1. T. Richey, .J. R.
Ashmore, Will Smith, T. (.). Robin!
son, .Jr., I*. E Alexander, R. 10. Bruce,
| Dr. L. (). Mauldin, Mr. and Mrs. I.
M. Mauldin, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Harris, (if 1'ickcns; Miss Louiso liroa,
7.?nh\ of Westminster; Mian Etta
Miss Eva Holcombo and Mian
i! Kenncmore, of Ensley, H. (J; Messrs.
i I lump Lii Boon and Johnson of Eas,
ley; Mr, C. VV. Mnuhlin, of Annapoi
li.*, Md , and W. F. Mauldin, of Clemeon
College. Tho evening was ono ot
much plcasuro to tho young eouplos.
A marriage of tfonoiul interest to
tho poopio of thin community, and
0110 that will bo read about with appreciation
of tlio worth and standing
of tho contracting parties, was solemnized
at 12 o'clock, Wednesday,
tho 17th inst., wnen Mi^s Anita Amhlor,
tlio youngoat child and daugh
tor of Major and Mrs. James II. Am- I
hlor, was united in tho holy bonds of I
mn ?? !??....? ?-> *r
v, lw mi. rtlUllllCW JilC'Uzeale,
of Bolton, S. C.
Tbo ceremony was performed at
Ambler, the well known country
homo of tho bride's parents, seven
inilcH north of 1'ickons, in tlio presence
of tho bride's immediate family
and a few invited friends and relatives
of tho bride and groom, the
lie v. V. 1). Thomas, pastor of the i
Pickens and Ensley Presbyterian
unuiuiiva, uiuuiaunir.
The marriage Hervieo wau beauti*
fully rendered, exprossive of tho sa
crt'dness of the marriage vows, the
interpretation of ideal union by tho
loved and gifted minister. |
Tho bride was gowned with tasto, i
and lovely, simple appropriateness !
gave a sweet clmrm to her striking 1
The groom was appropriately at
i.io i i -
uio iiiuiiicuiiiu n<*uro ami attractive
faco giving an air of distinction
to his person.
Immediately after tho ceremony,
an elaborate (linnor was served, after
which tho bridal party proceeded to
Pickens and boarded tho four o'clock
train for Pulton.
Numerous, handsome and useful
presents were received bv tho hannv
Mrs Brcflzeale is a young woman
of lovely character. tho idol of lier
parents, and loved by family and
friends, and admired by a largo circle
[of acquaintances. Who is well known
in upper South Carolina.
\ir. Brenzeale is a gontleman of
sterling worth, an honorable, worthy
I citizen and progressive factor in his
community. In Mrs. Breazeale, lie
I has won the priceless treasure of his
| life.
Among those present from a distance
wor*1: Mis* Louise Brenzenle,
Westminster; 13. B. Brenzenle, Green
ville; Messrs. NV. K. Stringer, O.
K Porter and Aaron Goer, of Belton,
and R. L. Ambler, of Greenville;
i Miws Nellio Sbxou, Philadelphia.
From Liberty
It rained Friday and the oyster
supper was not us largely attended,
on that account po.dmps as would
have been, but there was a fair turnout,
and the occasion was much enjoyed.
ltev. Drennnn has moved hero.
Owing to tho rain tho congregation
at tho Baptist church was unusuallv
small Kutulnv I>'- l?.wl .. i
0 , ?/ .?v I1UU IK ^uwu
sermon by Hev. I). \V. 11 i >tt.
Tho sleet Sunday morning was the
woi'Ht this season. Many trees wer<
swaying ami bowing under their load
of ice.
The ground is fuller of water than
at any tuue this winter, and don't
mention the roads and ft string of
wagons after, or loaded with, min.no.
Judging by 1!:? guano movement,
land other signs, it seems that the
farmers nro slyly aiming to ini.se a
rousing crop of cotton, if possible,
thin year, but, nono of them aim for
: tlio other fellow to know it, it, seems;
!so look out or somo body will get
loft at (ho little sidw door.
A few freight trains, but 110 plows
run Sunday.
The health of thin community is
not very ^ood at (his writing.
Miss Mary Juno (iillilnnd is improving
Mrs. Stllio TTendricka has becsn
it r . . i '
( ?tj ?. . /4 i.iv j v *,?#?/ iitvihn,
Mr. Agustus Williams is bo mo hotter
nt this wriling.
TVIisH Nora Looper of this section
spent lust week with her sister, .Mrs.
i Harvey Kcnr.emoro, of Pickens.
Mr. I). C. Monro, on? of Green
, villo county's best farmora spent last
I wiM) .1 r.nnift!'- ir#.?? li.w.l...
-.VV? ...V.4 V. MHVIIIK 1 IV IiUi iwi',.1 ilUU
Misses Cora and Maggie Chapman
wore tlio guosts ?>f their brother, Mr.
Car id i no Chapman of tho Lenhardt
iHCction, ono day last wook.
Mrs. Ellon Loopoi' and chilmen,
| and Mrs. Sdlio Hendricks wore tlio
j guests of Mrs. Jano Hopkins, ono
<lay lust ?vook.
Miss Eva Hendricks spout last
| week with hor sister, Mrs. Nora
I Fond lev. of Mavnard.
Wishing tlio Kiintinel-Jonrnftl
rnucli success, I remain,
131uo Eyes.
w M_?IJC8K Eg
A nother (Jar of t]
Mitchel - W
A few reasons why they are better tha
wv? CV
Their immense home demand n for
h?! built, price being a secondary coi
itv. knowing full well that, often one
a?lded t<> tho co.->t of building a vehi
to its intrinsic value.
MITOllKU. & LHWIS huv<j millioi
to work on, probably tho largest an<
the world and could handle any
eheapc.i than any other concern, but
have built to only one Btandanl?tl
r>^ - -
'I'll" company builds only Wngf n~, n
They n ' ploy only one kind of labor
buihl only one grade of work. N'o h
Southern grades. They aro all l?r
whether o!' the lightoBl one-hoise or
arc the name as to material and wor
There id snmntninn l.ooi.lno c
MITCHELL WagonT There "is fi
there is honesty of purpose, there is
there is ample and easy capital to e;
determination that irrespective of n
MITCHELL WAGON shall always
Folger & Thornley,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furni
(* ^FOD r.A<
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A We wi-h to call your special altontior
1 Shoes that w- arc ottering very cheap.
Point, $1.2~>. Dixie Girl, Dollv Dei
$'2.00, Wv ii!.so have a lot of Ladies Fine
I Luce, si/.es o'? to 4*8, that we arc offering
^50 line of Men's Fin<> Shows, A morions if'1.2.1,
/ fetson $'2.50, most, people sell for 00.
/ Wo have a good .r;0c Overall (brown.)
One of the strongest lines of Mens W'<;
| A Peach Drip Molasses in buckets 10c.
barrels for -toe per gallon.
V Some starl lino- linl-rr-iinu it. KmI.* <l.:
| A Pie l^ins for 10c that are actually worth I
' gallon cups for Tjc. Wo have on haul a i
1 for teas and 18c set for tahle. NioeOalvii
fij) 08c s??r. l'earl Buttons 5c clny. -n. Curry
fT 10c. A nice little dinner bell for lOe, or I;
\f Now is match tiin.j or soon will ho s<i
Tobacco Tags, We give a box of inalche:
J below.
\r ADD! r lAPe/ I IDCDTU ni
z. W'r nil' tin; produfo donlois ami cxpi>(
r* to I In? lii^lii'sl iii'tch. Cuino to sc?? us ami
V ^
V Br<
| ? One-Price
^ \v r|i 1 : i
^ \iri.' HA \ / TMTI-HI V't' /-xvi '
I n vv i\ rrv y un i 1 () 'i\ j
| ^ l>y Careful and constant vvorlf
Hank largely increases every ye
W We solicit your business and
^ every reasonable accomodation
mum m umue* a
1VED !
lose Great
J an* r^t
' a^uii5.
n any other wngon:
the very 1 ?<?st goods that can
isulcralion as against qualor
two dollars .judiciously
ete win auu Jpo.lJO or $10.00
is of dollars of choap capital
1 h?'st equipped factory in
class of poods as cliunp or
lat tlio !'?EST.
o Musics or other side lines.
, one grade of material,
uooiuld, no fancy brands, no
andod "M ITOIIICLL,*' and
tin; heaviest log truck, tli<*y
lommercialisni'' behind tho
imilv pride and reputation,
a lifo time of experience,
irry out those purposes ami a
nero dollars :ind chuIm, Til 1*1
remain "Til K MONARCH
ishing Cioods si specialty.
0 BUY?
5li ! I
* $
) to our immense line of \
Ladies Fine Shoos, Iligli j
in, ^and Roxie Ward
Shot s Ixitli in Mutton and \
almost for a song. Our \
others s.'ll for !j>!}.50. Jofwithout
apron, for Me, *\
irk Shirts \vn ever sold.
A splendid Molas^ou in
We are adYiing sonic ^
'2;J (o 1 fie. Plenty of half
>t of nice Spoor.s 10c set "
li/.'-il Kninsand Forks for
< 'mill s ')c. 11ois?- Brushes
i ilon t throw away your /
1 f >r each tax inwistioncd (f&
t to keep (ho market up
get jour moneys worth.
)thers 3
> Cash Store
c" @ ?
.i :.i? !>. mtrcK, ^
vitMiirr. stj
>. c.
$ ^0,500.00 $
m.ooo.oo 1
- 105,000.00 I
11 ME I HiPOSlTS \
: the business of this

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