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The Pickens sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1903-1906, May 23, 1906, Image 3

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eaDpeillAs of a Local ald Feraoa Eiturs A
-&-Cherries are ripe.
- Pickens Is growing.
-Pretty oold for May.
-Mrs. H. W. Parr Is reported
very sick.
- And still we say: 'Lets all pull
together for the good of our town
and County."
-We regret to learn of the death
of the little son of Mr. John Hood,
near -Glassy Mountain, on the 22nd
- Married, on the 20th inst., at
Central, Ifev. C. (.-Fricksi officiating,
MiSS Essa Dacus and Mr. Winston
D. Moody.
-Announcements are coming in
slowly, 1 ut we still have hopes that
there will be a sufficient number of
candidates to fill the offices.
-Mis' Pagett, one of the teachers
in the Pickens Graded School, was
taken suddenly ill and left Sunday c
for her home in Columbia.
- WtV are in receipt of an invitati in
to attend 0,tmn.incemont exorcises
of Withrop N rinal and Iadsutrial -
Colb-go, which takes'place June 3rd, e
4th and 5th.
-Lest Sunday was the big day at ej
Cross Roads, awl as usual a large t
crowd uas preser.. It was an ideal I
day and all who were present reported C
a ph-asant d.sy.
-Prof. Wolf,- ends his career a a r
teneb*r n ith the closing of the Pick t
ens Orul d Setfool this week. He c
will shortly take up the law, for t
which he is preparing. r
-Mr. L. M. Rigdon an I two charm.
ing daughters, of the Oolenoy section, d
gave us a pleasant call last Friday.
The young ladies Nere in town to at r
t.ud the teachers' examination. r
-~There will be an all-day singing
at tho.Methodist church at Central i
on the fourth Suuday in this mouth. I
All are invited to come and bring
their dinner and song books. f
- Everybody come out to the old r
scldiirs picnic on June 2nd with well
filled baskets. Table will be made
under the trees - around the Court
House where the dinner can be
-Married on the 20th inst., at the
Hesidence of Mr. A. B. Howve, at Con
tral, Mr. J. Arthur Fowler, of Union I
Co., and Mibs Mamie Rockley, of I
Pickens Co.; Rev. C. U. Fricks officia
-Judge RL. 0. Purdy, who is hold C
ing court in Anderson this week, '
spent Sunday in Picenn, the guest
of Mr. Carey. Judge Purdy willf
bring his family and spend the sum
mner in Pickens.(
.-Miss Olive Newton, who has I
ban teaching school in the lower
part of the State, came home last
S aturday to spendJ her summer va
cation. She has been elected as one
of the teachers in the Pickena Graded
School for another session.
--Miss Essie E'arle is in Westmin
ster to attend the marriage of her
relative, Mr. 0. K. Pooro, of Belton, ~
and Miss Sallie Dickson, of West. C
minster, which occrrs there today.
Before returning home she will visit
the family of her relative. 0. K Bra
-0. S. Stewart is announced for
- Treaturer in this issue. Oscar is a
pour g business man of sterling
wotwho for the post eleven years
has been manager of the Gaines &
Gaisoway Bros.' business at Central
He ii well and favorably known over
the c&unty, and should he be elected,
will serve the county Taithfully andC
.1. -In justice to all wbo desire to run
for oflice in the approaching campaign
we slate that the fee for announcing
cindidates is five dollars, cash to ac
company the anntouflcement. Do not I
send in the notice with the statement 1
'V "I'll pay you in a few days, or when I
I come to town." Thput won't go and I
we will hiold the notice out until you I
"come'to town."
-With this b~ e se the Sentinel.
Journal passes aniother woile stone in
its existence. We demire to thank
our friende, the public, for their liber- 1
al support In. the past-, and trust, by
rene wed exertion, to give them a
Jive, up t< -date parer in the future,
and so mrit a still larger share of
public favor.
--An all-day' singing will be held
at Rtocky Springs church, three milee
east of Easley, on first Sunday in
June. The singing will be conducted
by P. (1. Cartee. Rev. J~rhnson
There is no e.8
proved Itoh Ointr
nd this we guarai
3ure Eczema'and a
3kin or skin disea
5 boxes for $1.00
Hallum's Kidney and Backach
%ll Kidney ills. 50 cents per bo:
Pickens Drug
Big Railroad Mortgage.
The Southern railway has begun
he filing of copies of its mortgage 1
if $200,000,OOQ in the various
iouities of the State through
vhich the road runs, and the paper
vill te soon presented to Register
I Pickens county for filhig here.
"he mortgage will be the larget (
ver filed in Pickens.
The mortgage was given by the
southern railroad to the Standard
rust Company, of New York, as
rusten. This mortgage was giveI
Lpril 18, 1906, and was for $200,. o
00,000. The document is very V
'oluminous, contains 49,500 words c
nd covers each and every security,
ailroad and equipment owned by
he Southern railway. Tnese are
lassiged as miscellaneous securi
ies, leasehold estates, contract
ights in terminals, bonds and
tocks, railroads, fqui pment, build
ng and lands and all are minutely
lescribed or numbered.
The document states that the
nortgage is given for tho purpose of I
aismg funds to retire certain out
tandiig obligations atid also to
rovide additional capital to de,
'elop and enlarge its caso systeni.
t is not the purpose of the coin.
>any to raise the $200.000,000 a t
ne time but bonds will be issued (
rom time to time until the amount
anches the $200,000,000, if so much
ie needed. None of these bonds
vill carry more tnan 4 per cent in.
Child kicked By A Mule.
At Dr. W. C. Black's private -san- e
tarium, the nine year old son of Mr
i. James, of Central, lies in an x
r emely critical condition, the child
awing b~eeni kicked in the back of the
ead by ai mule late Thursday after.
oon. He was brought here immned
The wounded child has been un.
onscious since the accident, and while
n operation was performied Frid.
nid the patient somiewhat a allied E
here is but one chiarnct in a thousand
or his recovery.
The wvhole back of his heed wat.
rushed, a piece of the skull one and
half by two inches being rim.)ved
romn the brain. More than a table
poonful of the brain substance was
ost. Dr. Black 'was assisted in per.
orming the delicate operation b~s '
)rs WVare and Mauldin-Daily Her
Id. _ _ _ _ _
'rqram for Celebration of Jefferson
DavIs' Birthday, June 2nd.
-1. Veterans asse mble at Baiptst
hurchi at 10 o'clock and form in liim
f march under ecmmand of Col. '#.
3. Allgood.
2. March to Courthouse.
3. Music by the band.
4. Prayer by Rev. R. F. Bryant.
4. Welcome address by C. E. Robl.
0. Music by the band.
7. Address by Hion. M. F. Ansol
8. Song-"Tenting tonight on the
)ld Camp ground."
9. Five irinuates talk bs Veterans
10. Dxie, by the band.
11. Presentation of Cr osses of Hon
ar by Daughters of the Confederacy
12. Talk, and benediction by Re'
f. T. Matthewson.
Dinner on (Jourthiouse grounds.
- -R. E. Bruce, E. B. Webb and IT
L. Nealy, of Plokenis and R. F. SmitI
Lnd J. B. Jamison, of Easley, spent a
art of last week In Atlanta.
Iost of them attended the aue
ion sale of. thorough-bred horse.
md some nice saddler. and drivers
re now in the county as a result of
heir trip. They report the prices of
tuck as being very high.
-On Satnrday last we re ceived
ieasant call from our friend, Mr. D(
~. Mahaffey. Mr."?dahaffey was raiser
6t Cheohee, and Is now residing en
he Craig property on Keowee. H,
a now 71 years old, and was a mew
>er of Co. K., 12th Rlegw, Capt. J
). Neville. He was in every fight ii
Itirginia, flghtin~g under Jackson, an
#Vam severely wounded by a piece of
sheli at the Oettysburg fight, fron,
Thich wound he still suffers. He it
ythe Itch
:cuse for it. Im
aent will cure it,
itee. It will also .
ny itching of the
3e. The box 25c,
e Pills, are guaranteed to cure
( 5 boxes for $2.00. 1a
; Company.
he Closing Exercises of the Pickens
Graded School Takes Place on.
May 24th and 25th.
The cl1.sing xercises of tibe Pieiors
hiaded School wili take plac ThurI
ny night and Friday night. of tihm
'ek in Graded School Auditorium
'hursday evening will be known as
Class Night" and with the Exceptiol
f the T'ablenu, the exercises will b<
iven by members of ninth gi ade x I
lusively. The program is as follow!:
(A cmndy in one act)
Miss Adeline von Lindan, a Gxeritaim
lirl-Ethel Jenkins.
Miss Mation Lee, a Transp'an'ei
louthern Girl--Eva Earle
Mis Dorothy Green, a New Eng
inder-Maka Boggs.
Miss Heater Bacon, a Bostonian
vIary Garrett.
Miss Beatrix vin Kortlandt, a New
orker-Clovie Roper.
Miss Jeanntte Durand, a Freneb
'irl-Bertha Attoway.
Duet: Lustpiei Overture (Belu)
,va Earle and Ora 414cFall.
Solo: Delecia (Frant zen)-Eva Earle
Tableau: The Evolution of a College
Duet: Over Hill and Dale (Engle.
iann) -Ora McIall and Eva Earle.
Chorus-By Class.
Friday Night.
Mu ic.
Address by J. A Mc~nllough, Esq.
f the Greenville Bar.
Presentation of Certificates by thie
Prayer and Dismisal.
"Six Cups of Chocolate", a comedi
tta in one act, is a typical tea-palrty
ihere Beatrix van Kortlandt is the
rould-be victim of a piece of gossip
mrticipated in by four of her ecollege
fi ecquaintances, just in their teen's.(
k fter a partial reconciliation, Jeanette
)urand, who is very much enamoured,
omes upon1 the scene and in relating
~or love story accidently exposes one4
f the most notoi ious tlirta that over
ttempted to trifle with a girls aff.,o
ions. A scheme is devised to "get.
ven", and the six girls, at least, feel
hey will succeed.
There was never, perhaps, a more
augh~able little play put on the Amer
aan stag*; it is copyrighted and play
ighted and amnateur's alone, are ex
mpt fromv heavy royaltles for its pro
uoct ion.
The play will be given at the Giran
d School Auditorium Thursday night, .
fny 24th, at 8:30 o'clock by members
If the ninth grade. No one will be [
dmitted during the performance.
A small general adlmission fee of
en eents will be charged to defray ]\
he Expenses incident to the closing ~
County Executive Committee.
The County Democratic Executive a
jommittee is requested to meet, at a
'ickens C. H. Saturday, June 2nd,
os consider matters of interest to the
art~y. The followtug are the mom
ers, so far as khown: J. T. Bogg4,
aiberty; R. IF. Smith, E'isley; J. D). ..
I. Keith, Pumpkinton: J. P. Smith,
lateeehee; E.. M. Bolding, Praler;
.C. Garrett, Norris; A. HI. McGee,
Basley Cotton Mill; J. J. Lewis,
'ickens; J. E Baidges, Central..
C. F. RlOi'N.40N, Chmn'n,
-Miss Irene L. Clarke, takes this
method of annouacm4 to the good
Feopile of Liberty and the surround.
ig community, as well as her many
rirer patrons, that she will open1
er class in music at Liberty, S. C.,
n the 28lh of May, 1906. Thiauk
patrons for their liberal pat
in the past, anid soliciting it
*coming summer, she begs to c
.t she will be in Liberty as
, am 'nis, orf u-~ P
Second Big shipment ol Sp
Childrens- Suits, sizes 4s
izes 13s to 20s, price $2.50 to
,nd- extra sizes, from $5 to
(outh's 75 cts to $3.00, for m<
Buy the celebrated Horse
have c]
Dress Goods-:-Dress G<
Our stock is always completed and we are alwa
)okout for something new. Don't fail to see the
nie of white goods we are showing, every thing in i
hite goods, Linen Lawns, Persian Lawns, Nains
)imities. Complete line of silks for shirt waist si
ne of black goods is always strong and this seast
lowing a larger assortment of patterns than ever I
ie latest novelties, fancy Wodsteds, Cassimers, Br
lenriettas, Serges, Panamas and Voils.
)Iothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents
Mitchel Wagons, Chas<
Why not stop this falling 91 your hair? At this rate you
be without any hair? Just remember that Hall's Hair
stops falling hair, and makes hair grow. '*"Myflj.
Can be pleased in their shoes if they corn
tus. Our stock is large-selected with car<
Selected with the idea that good value make
a holds customers. If you have not bee
byg your shioes from us, try us next tim
S you need a pair.
Pride & Patto
Ten cent cotton has put lots of money in th
lany people' have been robbed and killed for th
afe blowers have tried the
rnd failed to get the money. Delays are dangero
ni account with them today and your money will be
Interest paid on time deposits.
H. C. Shirley,
$i.oo will open an account with the Liberty 13
rhere are Pictures
and Photogra
For a photograph that is true
senseC, just as the camera sees y<
feature sharp and clear, every dets
is what I give.
Qnly the best material that is
be found in my work. My many
patrons, their repeated orders, is
f my good work. I de framing and enlarging.
ring Clothing newest
bo 17s, price 75c to $4
$10. Men's suits, st
$20. Extra pants fo
m all sizes $1.00 to $(
Shoe Brand of cloth1
othes that will fit.
>ods Largest Sto
Vs on the In the up-country, everyth
immense Tables, Dining Tables, Cei
ercerized Iron Beds, Cots, Spring Ma
Ooks a $15-00 to $50-00
in we ar Hardware of all kinds, S
>efore, all Buggies, Surreys aud Wagc
illiantines, Call on us for anything
and will treat you right.
Yours Truly.
Furnishing Goods a Spec
City Buggies and Iron l
The Fi
We trust, to
this season.
--very much d
summer, but
penders, shirt
We handle e>
Mfg's. line ol
ta, Ga., that '.
e xcelled for
n~eatness. Pi
per pair.
s Dress shirts 1
latest styles.
e ~Let us remnov
little cool straw
NKI --
e country..
eir money
Job work of
is. Open
Ssafe. done hore witi:
Casbier. patch.
Railroad an
"nevr Letter and Note
>u, every
tiishown and Statenie
used will adara
satisfied (riVe 1
an aittest
and latest styles.
.0o. Youths Suits
outs, slims, regulars
r boys, 25c to $1.00,
ng if you would
ok of Furniture
ing in Safes, Cupboards, Kitchen
itre Tables, Hall Racks, Dressers,
tress, Chairs and etc. Suites from
toves, Trunks, Harness, Saddlery,
in with prices always right.
rou need, we appreciate you trade
& C0.,
ialty. Sole Agents for
Kiig Stoves.
-ost is Gone
not return any more
We do not need coats
Larii~g the hot days of
wye do need nice sus
s and strawv hats & etc.
:lusively the Southern
suspenders, of Atlan
ve do not think can be
their durability and
rices from 5c to Soc
'romn 25c to$r ooof the
0 from your head, that old
and1( place thereon, a nic.
hant for a very sm all sum
ce Cash Store
every description
neatness and dis
d Commercial
a~ts, done I
on able pri
1.s a Trial.

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