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Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, 8. 0., as secoud olass matt r, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. VOLXXXVI ______ __PICKENS, SOUTH- CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JUN 7 96 O Six Mile News. I seat myself this - beautiful afternoon to try and give a few dots from this little burg. Crops are looking fine and the farmers are moving on with their worlr nicely and have had some nice rains, %hich helped the crops !immensely. Mr. Bert Maldin and his daugh tor, Miss Jeannie, of Calhoun was t1li guest of Mr. Robert Mauldin Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Trotter of Old Pickens visited home folks S~burday and Sunday. We are glad to say that Mrs. C. W. Garrett, who has been quit sick for some time, is much better at this writting. Miss Bessie Norris, a charming young lady of Central, visited her friend, Miss Sopha Mauldin recent ly. Miss Emma Hendricks, of Cen. tral, R. F. D. No. 1, visited her aunt Mrs. Lula Arnold last Sunday. Mrs. Robert Mauldin has as fine a garden as wo- have seen any. wliero this year. There is 9 certain young man in this community has treated himself 1 to a fine top buggy and that black eyed or blue eyed girl may look out. A good crowd attended the sor, vices at Gap Hill Sunday. Wheat harvesting and fighting crab grass is almost over. , Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rhodes, a fine boy. On the 20th, a fine boy to Mr. and Mrs. Thonmas Mann. Correspondents why don't you 4 sond inl the News from your section and let the people know what is going on, Much success and luck to the Sontinel-Journal. "OD R nDDLE." Long Branch Items. As I havent heard from this community for some time I--will write a few notes, The health of this section is very " good at present. d( We are having plenty of rain now and the grass is getting a good i, hold on the crops. Mr. and Mrs. Cland Boggs is vis iting i.n this community this week. Mr. R. A. Bean, of Atlanta, Ga, visited Mr. J. H. Lawrence last week. Mr. Gosner of Greenville, preach- fr od an imteresting sermon at this ti pIlace last Sunday. A large crowvd *i attended. M Misses Rosa and1 Ljaura Lawrence visited friends in Central Friday d night. 0 The trustees of Long Branch il, school met on the 23rd and selected nj a teacher for the summer term. M Miss Corrie Lawrence, who has H b~eon attending the Normal School 8, at Asheville, N. 0, has returned , home to the delight of her numer, ei mns friends. Success to the Sontinel-Journal, ra News From Kings. Cr Tfhe farmers and general green ie ,are 'having a hard fight, which the farmers will win after a long strug- ai gIle. Harvey Kennemore, Wade Kel- tgl - - y, Luther and Ted Bello attended the all-day singing at New Hope j; last Sunday. Mrs. Wim. Harper a visiting rel. ativos near Gainesville, (ty.. SMiss Emnia Hendricks and bro. thor Archio, visited at the home. of their aunt, Mrs. Lula Arnold, Sun. Ci day. H. F. .Tones,'Bonnott and Joe ai. Powers attended an ice cream sup- fu pir at Central Saturday nmght e Mr. Win. Harper has gone to ,e Anderson wvhere he will spend a few 9/hoks. Notes From Pickens, R. F. D. No. 2. I will try and write a few lines as I have not heard from this sec tioni.t Crops are fine in this community l( considIermlg the recent rains which n put now life in general green. J.* M. Ohildrnesa hau the besta crops iAn this section. No marriages of here late, a There hasn't boon a lick of work aI MILLINERY going for a song. We Ladioes and Misses Sailors what soli .3 and 4 cents ribbons let. 5 cent ribb Big reduct 1 lot 25c white corded Madras at 161c. 1 lot em 50 to close at 38c. Don't forget that we have just received solid ca inducements both in prices and terms. lE/ITI LEADERS IN LOW me on the roads in this section in take advantage o long time. County oflicials look schools. to this matter and do us right. J. B. Simpson, I Beet wishes to Sentinel-Journal. gH ,R g. tor. By order of Do .A Ed ication. Ceder Rock Dots. I send a few dots to the Sentinel The Cause o imrnal as I havn't heard anything Sud om this neighborhood in some- rher is a disease n.-country most dangerot The grandchildr'n of Mrs. Rhoda nuldin gave a snrprise birthday rty on her 85th birthday, Sun. ty 'tice 10th. Among those pres- J it were: R. N. McCollum and fainm r, A. F. McCollumn and famnily, r. and Mrs. J. H. Aboerombie, ~~ r. Ed Stokes and fatiily, Mrs. attie Craig, and Misses Lidie and kdestesle r Lilie Mc~ollum. A nice dinner Badrtobe o te served out in the grove. All otie ucetb joyed the repast.thkiey.fyo We are having some very hard SapRoteg ins in this community, washingbldermdy e Crops very bad. tgpi npsigi lMiss Marinda Williams is home upesn eest om the Rock HIill college to spendgoftndrgthda r' vacation,.xrodnr feto Miss Mattie Bowen visited friend- dru ue ftero ~d relatives in ickenis last week. Swm-otipla Wheat is vory good in this see- szdbtls o a n. hv apebtl With best wishes to the Sentmnel-coryadabkta urnal. tlsalaotibi "Ux4cLE SAM." BngatN.Y Exectutive Committee Meeting. tenm.Sap The County Democratic Executive wm-ot n h )iflrrlitee' isirquessed o meetra oken, S 0.,Jul 4that 0 o wlo y cell b cel ni. fo te prpoe f f~iB dit ddTE oube o racoutyangpementsosof tthe Lk an te pinmtotATqIkE by anagrs f elctinad oher thei kCdes. If Cou a cassmsks n mistakei isAflltenac iugr. Csw mot the g C B ioni~oN, air an. e Sysemedy g fentl moingthda Notime.sAdring ctheWgt exoraordiyeffec of razd. It stangds th achrawil h hld n h dens ruurofte o szdbttles. Youy Jly hmayl ~ahos ndesecaly hoe h v HONmpEYtle this wontdecrthissumewrados. tell Tute sol s lnh s al about it 0ot sosiesethtter ahreaSdin byi genrosk Slaughter S. rUST AT A TIM are closing one of our largest seas< for 25 and 50 cih., at 15ctH. Ready Roady-to wenl Big on 2& cents. 8j to 10 cont ribbon 5 It you want some extra R ion on white dross g broidered Mull, the 40e quality, to close ont 2 piece Pongue Net, pink and tan only Ladies I $1.25 belts at 50c. 5() r-load of Rock Hill Buggies, Studebaker V 4-BRT PRICES, E these summ(r There arl rincipal instrue State Supt. of rMany len Deaths, prevailing in this s because so decep tive. Many sudder; deaths are caused by / It--heart disease, '"hr rapoplex of my good Wyork. :ten the result .stdney disease. If N. 1). T kidney trouble Is al- - lowed to advance theI kidney-poisoned' J, McI). Bruce blood willI attack ths vital organs or the I lesidel ~ak down and waste t always result from T 1H Eii P idneys and a cure is proper treatment of re feeling badly youPCK y taking Dr. Kilmer's eat kidney, liver and CP1A hold urIne and scald- POFT ,and overcomes ihat f being compelled to )liS S ', and to get up many The mild and the Pr( Swamp-Root is soon hIghest for its won tdistressing cases. ant to take and sold JF aitr y-cenut and one-dollar M.Seat Hometa of Swamp-Root. ess Dr. Kilmer & Co. V/hen writing mention >ffer in this paper. stake, but remember Root, Dr. Kilmer's 101 NAL hF. Bakn iot yo. uN. Huntr bddressoBorghmton, tidlG heReNAL el b' y -"t' DClovyerr b331nch 15 mm anthe DII. McGE E'S D ACC.A - Mney 000 AND KIDNEY CUll ot tle.cure. Ift dooean't i n pk."t tia Yorrtl roato ha oday.%* SLAXATIVE .OHIOAGIO. U. 6 ''' Want your nuousta ntS Drug Co i R ..a..lt ..br.wn....r ile of Seasonable Good [E WHEN MOST NEE >ns in this deparment and we are going to clean to-woor Hats what sold at '75c to $1.(0, t 50cts. IR bats what sold at $1.50 to $2.00, at $100 (alues in Ribbons. enats. 15 to 25 cent ribbon 10 cents. 25 to 40 cc .ibbons'or an extra Hat, you can buy it for a song 'oods just the thing you wai at 25c. 3 picno Linen Ziphorin, grocu, tan, 20, q I.ity, to close at 37.1-. 2000 yards figured Lawns 6I aind 8: elts at Your Own Price. c and 75c bolts at 35c. 25c and 35c bolts oily 15 Tagons, Star Leader Stcves, Died Harrows and Cjttano)) ?E-/W OR1 I e Pictures and Photographs! For a photograph that is tru e in every sense, just as the canra sees you, every Feature sharp and clear, every detail shown s what I give. Only the be!:t materia-l that is us d wvili .>e found in my work. My many Fa-idled ntrons, their repeated orders, is an at .t 1 (10 framning and enlarging. I. . Mauldini, it. Ciashier. ICKENS BANK WS, SOUTH CAROLINA. - - - - $20, 500.00 -- - - - i 8,ooo.oo - - - - - DIo4,000.0o ent Interest Paid on Deposits : Di rectors B. A. H-agood1, WA. M. Hagood, J. E. J~oggs, J. McD). BIirce. Weh midrn.cto. he cr contiaton bliuses, sic-hadch. ~odf 7O*; :heobear ch blcg s M D FDU08 3R .RMC, AHA .n S, Ap the remnan111ts,. Idy-to-we1r ht what Sol 1 i t.)() t $1 5 , nI 5'! its ribbon at 15 cont. 50 cnit, rib)'m 9i2 e-ms 1t these hot days. to closo at 12A.- 1 At Ponigoo Silk, small figures, sold for ,alnieg, will go r 5o t'ho yar-A. ; R worsible) ho PIows, anl ip -re inl a position to offer you 2S PICKENS, S. C. Blue u it, our \ow 4ent (ss Nothing is bet.tr t I nan g)od Srg. - ht'1 lish 1113( shape rtaiin1g. W\e war rant our$ fat. cOolr and all wonol. '.1'ho warI the~ 'uits aro0 Iiae upj wil (Jpen your 0) *i to thei JI0.I Altogcflher Diffcill Fine Clothes Mtakers Blaltimore and Now.Yorig Singl and13 douleJ bre(asted in foiuo dIia.inicf, modls, ovory at splendl (1idiowinig oIf gre10ys and1 mlix ttiro ri3H1 Sege, WVor sled and 11 ncy I Goods (~'( . EverUl i n g for spri1ng Corme and look. *M*i " H.. Endel *"r itcres of land near1 Marietta, S.0., an Pumrpkintowni road. *10 por acre. acres nemar Travelers Rest, oining Iands of Mr. Thlfls Cunniinghami. Part of the lButler Watson oldl home. $15 p)or a1cr. nall tracts of latid, 20 to 50 acres. Ve also some very de sibo 101s nar city limhits. Theso iots nro alon)1g the car line-$G0 ech.d U H ACKST ON & SON Greenville, S. C.