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Fickons Sentinel-Journal
Happenings ol a Local and Personal Nature.
?Solicitor Julius ft. left
' Wfor Abbeville court Saturday/
?Mr. and Mr*. C. 11. Alexnuilcr
spout lust Thurudtiy iu Greenville.
? Preston P. MoDnnK'l /iii.kIh ii1
brief trip to Greenville TUiirsday.
?WANTED?One hundred bushels
Spanish peanuts. T. D. Harris.
?(5. Ij. Curelon left Tuesday for
tho K. of P. Convention in Anderson.
? lion F. Pultons work
with Honth I3ruce-RIorro\V (Co , Oolo- i
her 1.
- - You cim got a bargain in second
hand wagons unci buggies at Carter's
? Capt. .J. T. Taylor h)*fe returned
from a brief business ^ip to North
?Clarence, the ten-year old hod of ,
Mr. Mrs. H. A. Hester, in ill with ty j
plioid fevtr.
Coat's thread <> spools for 25c, ;
and loaded shells '1 buxe.s for 75<*, at
Carter's, Liberty.
?Preaching in ttty I'ic.ketfft Bnp-i
list chinch tonight ut fcho lufutil hour
by ltev. P. \Y. Key. '---/
?L. Bower Freeman, of llm1
(Unsay Mountain section, is q.iito
sick with typhoid lever.
?Born unto Mr. nnd Mrs. If. F. !
Smith, of t he Fallow section, 11
daughter on the 27th u11.
f 1 i \ \v? H i :i
VyUIJ^Il'MttllltUl J /. > * \ II I L /V 1IV(.11
was circulating among his numerous
I'ickcns county friends last \v<ok.
?ftlis. Harry Valentine, ol' Tren
ton, N. J., is on a visit to the family
of her father, Mr. John F'ergufion.
?James P. Carey,\lr., ea(ne homo'
from (Jlemson indispose^ Saturday,
but returned the lirst of,Che week
?It. (J. Carter has it c >ni|,kte lino
of sowing machines; his prions urn :i 1
ways ri?jht and quality <{uurante??d.
?Claude Hntphins, of Liberty*
was in town Thursday. Hi' has just
closed 11 prosperous session of the
Flat Hock school.
?It will pay jon to rc.nl II. ('.
Carter's now ad next week, when Ik*
will offer barirainH never heluro heard
of in thin country.
?Dr. I. K. Criinin, the eyo specialist,
will be in Pickets, ?it tiio Gili enl li
House, Wednesday, October P2th;
one day only.
? From now on X. 1). Taylor will
como to Pickens regularly evory nosday.
Come on thosti days and
havo Home tint* work done.
?In tho report, of election of
Magistrates, we said Allen Keith was
elected for Pumpkintown, when it
should have lieen S K K<uth
Miss Helen liogj^s left Thursday
for Montcvnlln, Ala., "vhere she wi 1)
resume her studies in the Alabama
Normal and Industrial School.
? l)r. \V. T. Field, who has been
quite wick for some time, is gradually
improving. His many friends will
hear this news with joy.
?Ben A. Iliigood and family, after
spending the heatAd term at their
beautiful Hummer hyni(^ in Pickens,
returned to t'h:uleMyi> ISatnriiuy.
? Monday was the last tiny f"r!
ohtai.iinq a re^istratian corlilicntt*. |
Not fur from a hundred were written
by the hoard on that day
FOR SAliK Holloa and lot, in
Call) nun, one half mile from depot
Well located. A| plv lo Dr. II
Burgess, Seneca, S. C. It.
? We havw a sum i lot of Sweep
SfuUes tnlmeen in ? > ecu f iiliwr^ ..!
go lit 10 cents a plu/ with {?<^h olV.
Cniif* 1 ii? s.
? l\iv. Frank Murphreo was in
town Thursday with a dislocated
arm. With some difficulty it wasput
back in place, and ho wont hie
way rejoicing.
- W. T. Me Fall left for Anderson
yesterday, where he will attend the
District Convention of the Knights
of l'yihias, and incidentally take in
uie county iau\
? Vernon Few, of Orconville, was
at his homo a few miles north of
Pickens Monday, lit? how rccenll>
accepted a position with tin- National
Correspondence Schools.
?Itov. \V. A. licits, of Piedmont, j
assisted in the meeting at Bethlehem, '
i doin^ faithful and earnest work
Bouls wore converted, nn<l (i^htac
W elisions to tho church resulted.
Mrs. K. L. Curoton is daily rel^ivin^
her Christmas troods. (.,'ah
~X id mapcct the lino ol ntulV wliicli
o nlirna-H nearly anything yon -ant
f >r presents, Hiiitnhlf fur any occasion.
?Toncher'^ examination, na announced
in another column, will bo
held Oct. 21. Teacher* will l?oar in
mind that thoy inunt have a certificate
to entitle tliero to teach in the
public, uoboolt). Public school Irua
iooh ?vo aiso wnrneci u^mnst en ploying
a tpncliur without a cmlilioi.to. 1
?Mi*. John Chastain, a successful
farmer of tho Oolenoy section, bun
brought to towu muupluH of his fodder
crop that is pnrtiouiarly fine; tbo
blades are four feet and eight inches
iu length.
Acid Iron Mineral litis magic power
to quickly heal cut*, wounds, burns
and old ho row. Stops blood How in
atautly. For tnuti or beast. Sold by
?The bird season is not on till
November 1. Now Mr. impatient
hunter with tho frisky dopf, don't lot
your anxiety to got, into tho fields
! /?.? ...nr..II.. n-- >
v, v>>? i'vf niiiiiujr viuiumj lilt) lllWb ,
of your State.
?The books) of the Into I). P. Voiner,
Muster of Greenville county, tire |
being examined by u committee. The |
books me reported to he in I>u< 1 slmpo |
ninl it will ho some time before u full i
leport of their condition can be made.
-The Holiday goods of the Pick-1
ens Drug Co., nro beginning to ar
rivo. 'I'hey wero bought hv Dr. 1Cal.1
tin his rcoent lii[> to St. Louis,!
ami -nhraeo* anything you wnnt.j
and Mic suitable for any occasion requiring
-- N 15. (ihnwuer, of Sapphire, N.
lias invented in I'ickutiH county
dirt, nnd will very hoou removo hist
family tr his new purchase, the Mill ;
furin, which is a few miles north of
I'ickeiis. Wo extend a warm wel
i.. I.; i r i
v:ijmu w hum iiiiu ins ltunuy.
? Willie Bolt, who has been with ?
tin- Pickens Drujr Co. for his vnci
tion, U>ft Friday for Atulerson for a
short visit to his mother. He will
iu?niu nttr-nd tho of Pharmacy,
unl will he tome a fuli-rted*j;ed pharmacist
;il ihat institution next May.
?The members of Tabor church
oesirc ( ; tenth r their thanks to Rev.
M. Tj. Banks for lus faithful sorvieo
in assisting their pastor, Kev. (). M.
Aluiey, in I heir protracted meeting.
Their prayer and desire is that the
Lord may biers him and f^ive him
many souls for his hire.
? A. lire broke out, near the firtt [
nestle last L'Tidiiy afternoon, supposedly
from a passing triiin. Ten or
twe lve e nds of pint; wood on tlies land
<>f 1*. I''. Alexander wore burned.
Kverything whs so dry Mint tlie tiro
mudu i-iini l headway, and it tool;
some Ml.ill* lirelighting to check it.
In a recent statement sent out
by Stale Superintendent. of Kdlica
lion .Martin it is shown tliat the
S"?,(MM' impropriate <1 by tin- last Le^is
latino ih not yet. exhausted. There j
is still on hand $l,S!)0, which m?:a ns
that 1H!I more rural libraries may be
established throughout ihe State.
T..!.?> w .. .. !.:
-./..mi .. . UWII, U \HIUU 111S111 , WHS I
nominati d at Anderson lust L'Yidny j
by tin: K^publieniit* <<t Mm third dis I
triet to oppose 1). NVvatt Aiken in.
the ^eiieiid election ill November.!
Wiiile lie doesn't stand a ?^11<t of u
show, it will be well for ev? iv l> -mo
crutic. voter in the district i?? how
his colors.
- A new lod<*e ol Odd l'\.;i.'\s was I
or^niii/.ed at Central 0:1 the'27th lilt,
by .). K. l'eden of Greenville, acting j
<jrand tnastoi; M. Ji. Moon, (1. \\".;
.1. l'\ Werner, C'., and T. \V. Tolar,
seereVary. The now lod{>e struts under
favorable auspices and will no
doubt be one of the strongest in the i
? Folder iV Thortiley want their
customers wlio have been very busy
during tlu: season to enjoy sweet and
balmy sleep ut light. in accordance
with ill in desire, tiny have just re- j
eeived a solid car load of beds 1>\
buying in such largo (puiutities, they
are enabled to sell at exceedingly
low prices. l'ielcens lias long be< o
noted as a distributing point tor fur
oiture, mid it is becoming nii-re I ituous
cnc'i succeeding >eav,
? The County Treasurer's l?'oksi
are to bo oix ned October lo. About 1
the next tiling to agitato tlio minds
of tin- public is whether there will be
mi extension of t me for the pn.vment j
iif tuxes. \\ c; don't hear much of1
hard times, ami the natural conelusinii
is that every eiti/.*. i in the [
county will walk up t<> the county
ireiisurei" ami si 1111r their taxes j>isi
J<i ;;el the mutter olY lluir mindwithout
asking or desiring any extension.
- Pickens y\sp<;cialion, whieh wnn |
formed Inst year by the union < f ,< v
orel churches from the Twelve Mile
liiver Association, will meet Tluirs
day, Oct. 13, with Pleasant Cirovo)
church. The new association luthl
its lii'Mt meeting with Oolenoy church
lust November. Tlio new association
v\us then regularly orguni/.od ami
various committees on different pnus08
ot the church work were appoint
ed. Their repn-ts are expected to In
fraught with interest at the coming
meeting of thn tissociuti<;n.
? Rend the new ad ot \V. T M<Fall
m this week'M issue. Mr. M<-Fall
has been doing u treneral moi-l
'.liaudlHH bosiness in Pickens longer'
han anv other merchant in town.
During his long career as a -ucci s full
ninrcliiinl Mr Mel-'.ill li.m
uolly enlarged his business with lion-1
est got (Is nt honunt pricoti. 11 is i-?*|?utfttion
for fiiirnoiw mi I Htriii^lu for
WiirdnofiB with his nuinorouH custom-1
ors is proverbial throughout the cmui
ty. (livo him a cull for anything in
tbo Jiiu of jjenurul ruurcLunriisu.
w O II
You know the medicine that g
makes pure, rich blood? |
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your g
mother, grandmother, all your S
folks, used it. They trusted S
it. Their doctors trusted it. i
Your doctor trusts itA Then 0
! trust it yourself. There is g
health and strength in it.
" I <nilToroil tnrril>ly from Imlippitlrm nml 9
11 iii UUhmI. I liuniil no u,lio( until I took B
Aycr's Mi.'<-n|virHlu. Konr bottle* vorina- 8
uuutly ciiri-ii inc."
Mt;s. 1-. It. IlAIiT, Mt. Klsco. N. V. B
(II 00 n hntttp. .i.e. a Wis CO.. in
{Rich Bloodj
Ayor's Pills aro gently laxative.
They greatly aid tno Sarsaparilla.
Tivnlv,. M;I? iA -
^ ,, vitw .mil] 1VIVCI /irnwr.lHI ION
will meet n< xt Thursday, Oct. (>, at
Fnll Cre<:U in Oc.?>neo conutv. This'
is one <>f the oldest Baptist Associa-j
tions in the up country and its so*-!
niona ure always largely attended, I
ami prove profitable to all wh i at-1
Tm-Sclav afternoon at the home of
the bride'h tut n*?, Mr. John Ferguson,
Miss Jaiiif Ferguson was mari
ieil * to Mr. Keinhle White, of Fairmont,
W. Ya It was a typical autumn
wedding, remarkable for its
simplicity and beauty. I3enen*li the
spreading bought* of the gigantic
oaks which seemed to extend their
hcuedictions, l)r A. ,J. S. Thomas, of
Greenville, performed the wedding
? * ? ' -- 1 1 1 1
...iiv/i. t, mm?iKMioruu iin<i oui, yet
ever new t<> 1 nippy hearts paying
homiu'e -.t Hymen's altar. TIi j bride
was beautiful in a handsome dress of
wliitt! crepe de chine. Tlio bridal
chorus was sinij,' by u chorus of
chm tiling youny ladies, lift* lonjj
friends of't lie bride.
After the cerimoilv, n bounteous
wedding dinner was served. Numerous
handsome ^'ilts attest the bijrh
esteem in vvhr.*h the youn;{ couple are
belli by llieir friends.
The bride is an unusually bright
and attractive voiinjj woman, and has
u large circle of friends.
Mr. W hite is a successful vnim? I
^ j - d
lawyer of Fairmont, W. Va. d*At
Tim youug couple, starting life so
iiiinpieioiisly, curry with them the
hearty fjjci<)#l wishes of numerous
friends here and elsewhere.
Laying ol tlje-Comerstone of the New
?0fa(lecl School Building.
Wednesday, Oft. 'J(!, is to he n
memorable day in the history of Pickens
- the cornerstone of the new
'.(nuled school building will belaid
with appropriate ceremonies.
The peoplrt of Pickens and of Pickens
count; in general will bu cordially
invited and expected to uttviid the
111 l<M'o8tui{^ exercises of the day.
All th<! Masonic lodj*es in tlio
county will lit; invited iu attend in a
body and participate in the exercises
of tlio ilay. Able speukers have been
invited to address tlio people, and an
interesting and profitable day is ant
Ar. inlc resting programme is bein<^
arranged and is in tlio bands of a
competent executive committee which
will very soon jpve out a complete
piuyrunnne for tlio day.
This is merely a reminder of die
date Oct '2<i Let everybody moke
that a l.ical date and wnrU up t > it.
Jug Factory for Pickens.
The latest enterprise for I'ickens
is n factory. JSefore any out
knew tlui phlllt beet! loci.ted, tll"j
manners had placet tln ir wares tor |
Hill** on the Pickens market.
Tin; plan' li'is bej^uu oii a modest
scale on tint h d tom land of Sherill
,1. It. (1. Me I).oiicl. 'I'll., clav is cs ;
pociallv adapted to just this kiinl of
work, as ii. is i <*111>irk111 I\ freo from
fl it, or sai'.d, and makes I eauliful
w area.
The brick made at tin- vanls just
across lliii creek ti'oin the location of
the juj( factory, already have a widely
known reputation, ami the manure
nient always has orders ahead.
It is the purpose of tho managenient
of the j*itf factory to gradually
increase its plant and supply, not
only tho local trade, but the market
for railos around.
The plant is in charge of .>1 r Taylor
Wunpey, who livc? in the Cross
I loads section of this county. His1
linishers came from Spuitanbui^. and J
jud^m^ fiom their wares, they cer- i
luii.lv know their business.
It is u multiplicity of small indus- >
tries licit to mako up a prosperous ,
town <>i city, and we are u'ad to
chronicle the establishment of this
I it e-I ciitt rpi iso in I'icken <, and wi*b
tin! nrina^era unbounded success in
then new venture.
\?U for Allon'n Kiiol-Kare, A I'OHilnr
T<> Kltako into your sIuicm It rents ilu* feol.
miikc wiiikiiik t urcvrorns. hmilons, InHi.iwIiK
imiN. swollen iiml xwciiIIiik feet. At
all 'inikkinlh mill kIioo hlurex,-'ar, i><>n'i tu'cc?|'l
?n> siiltKlltuli' Siiiiiplo IKKi:. Aililrenx, .\ 1-1
loa S. OliiiHt'-iul, LcHoy, N, V . sopllwl, 1
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Special Attention Given to Watcli and
Jewelry Repairing.
Old Postoffice Building,
Handles a full line of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry. Repair!
work receives prompt attention.
Rears tha X9 J'18 K'n(l ^011 "avfl Alwa/S BOUg'it
i 7
A New &oicnliflc Di.'icovir)
for tin:
It purities tin* blood l>v elii matim; tie
waste matter ai.d o'le.-r impurities .n,d t.
destroying the ; or um robe thjii
infest the blood. (l buil Is tlj> 111 - blond
by reeonstruetim^ and mn'iiplyiii}? tin- ! I
iorpuselns, making I!s blood i i? i? and ; < !.
Il restores ami stimulates tin* . ?.
eausin?; a full free Cov o! m-rv ton i
throughout tin- enli neve system !.
speedily etll'es UllhtlM.i;j Itei'Ve . ip ivihis.
ness, nervous prostr. tit.', a ad all o'\. i
lllSlMS?'S ot lilt' IHTVllll 4 }*y."t?*lll.
K \ 1 >.\I I '.S TON It sulil muU'r ;i !'<> itivt
Tri?l .si/t r.O ccnts. I amil> .size St.Ou
MAN'UI At ll'iiKl) : \
j The Radical Remedy Company,
vvnyi i i
Bagwell, lip)
Florence, ml
Out prices are alv*
can surely please
R. C. C;
Mil!let! Mullet! Mnllcl.<
and all kinds of Fresh and Salt Water
lish and oysters. It you are dealing in
Fresh Fish or intend to deal in them j
write for prices and send your orders to
THItltY FISH i IO .(Charleston, S. or
bin, S. '. Wo >bi|? only frssh caught '
(ish sinn our pricrs are as low as they
can Im s dd at.
Write us. Try us and l>e convinced.
1 -or- And
Still 1
Til 10V AUK
I?ccaUKe: Mitchell. Lowia'Co-nr
United StatrsuMl for ovor sixty li\
ooiit.imioiirtly in the h;imln ol tin hmi
Hcc.ausc: Th? fuotory i? located
tiruber lor vehiclo building in the
from time to t ihim by iiuontd of tb?* <
"XT)t*rt liin'oHl' tnoil him rb-?'t ni.il < !
(when the Hup is down) the Mill
carried under ??p?n sheds to r> je.-i
NOT K I \j N 1) K I E 1).
Because: Every stick <>t tnnh<
steel and every pound of paint <
certain tests und mmi'in'i up to
adopted by tin <*oinpnn\ ;.s nearest
omitig up to 'I; < htuiid.ii *1 i s11 i
Kemcmber: There's soinethi
hind the Mitchell Vv';i<ri>n: Thon 's I
honesty of purpoK'-: there's a life
mil iimum ..i ?.* - - '1
uuj'iiai HP i,ill I V mil IIH'KI*
iriViSpectivM of mtTO (lollni'K M11?I
w:iys toraniii, " 1/OX.11,'f' I/ <>i' I'll
Watch 'or Our Fa
\V" , ro mak iix.f (>vi>i y e
( lulumers and fri<Is
si I*?otot; !<>ck i'i 1 <
Im'iMI.; lit to I'u-ki'llS.
FOLGEli & r
i r riff Ih'ith'iW })f
, Clothing, Shoes, I lats
(i(K)ds a :
I fHV' Wo can *<11 n??11 Furniture, am
solid car.
i A- K.
You can buy any Sun
r?.. i -i
mm icss man cost. h(
MKNS Si 1IRTS n:tlu
Closing out our Straw
You can i^ct 25 per c<
nml Children's Oxlon
hold as lon?* as the
determined to close tl
/\? K. I
! Dry ( i 0< ulft Stoi o, W'ost JO: 1 il
v8, H li V
''ays ri^ht, and w
> you. : : : : :
I iespoctful] y,
DR. J. 11. e.<JRQESS,
SKNKCA, - H. <\
UIH < c <\<i NinimoiiH Storr, I. d\!o
I u * ' ii in io 1 p. hi '2 |*. m. to
C p.m. i
< :* > ' . 'sV.;/ *7 T
Another Gar
1^ n n i
" i ho oldest manufacturers in thn
c yniH their business Iihh remained
in* family :ni<1 on^i nutoiv.
t,r i lli ixr ufest supply of thn host
i lil. la' ut; 1 <? ' i?'?s of which ar? bought
nil!jianv, Muin'lo treus selectnd by
in :?i ilie propr seas >n of the year,
I K"i ""t, sbippt-d on tho yaids and
is, una moruuguiy Air Seasoned?
r. ev. iy liar of iron, every piece ol
n tin* Mitchell Wagons must stand
certain --idndArds which have* been
pel icc.l i<>n. and ?niy material not,
>nec lejivicd aild lint bought lit any
beanie.- "pnie commercialism" beam;!
v pride and reputation; i here's
tun" oi cxpi'i icnee: there's ai..ple
pnr^os -s, and a determination that
c -iits, i hi< Miichell Wagon shall al/;
.1! Amioimcnnent!
l! u l t > , l:u!?? I>< lore, our
liic 111 vi c >111; lt>U: a. (I
! oral A!' lvhaniiisi' <?vor
Yours truly,
Ecenjlhnuj vxrl-?^
( .1 >11 I L' loil-IHnKi".
niivi v^iiL r* 1 uilll^)lllll|_^
I Kfll it to you ri<,'ht. -lust recoivad u
ILE, S. C.
imcr <^oods we have
inic 1 )i?4* bargains in
ced irom 50c to 40c
1 I nts at 1 _? price.
lit di: (Hint on Ladie
Is lies. I he prices
>oods last. \\ ? '>r(?
1C*111 out.
(ir-'ttnvillo, C.
ith this lino \vn
Williamston Female Collegs
will open in it? now buddings nt
Greenwood, s. C.,
Iiiinuil^i OC|U, M / ) I1. MM.
O.ir \vnll-U110wn iiuvmitn^o.s with valuable
HcMitioiiH, J4on<l for c.Htnlofl;i <s i>?
Rev. John 0. Wilson,
tSBopwO Williun)nU>u,H. C.

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