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Dry Goods, clothinl
Bu.ggies and Wa
For the past month we have
Pickens. We are not much on '
in 1897 has been phenomenal an
ces are always right; goods boug,
Our Dress Goods Depar
-complete in every detail, larg
ever shown, all the latest styli
Flannels, Serges, Pannamas,
cloths and silks, Outings,
Blankets, Rugs and Art Squa
Largest stock of Ladies'
Coats ever brought to Pick
styles- from $:-5o to $15
Coat fqr Ladies, $7.52 to $I
When it comes to clothing
show procession and all, we
stock, best styles and pattern
store, suits for men $3-50 to
to $15, children from $i to (
Shoe" brand if you would hi
Chase City buggies,
~I ~i~r~1 7.... 'hoes, I
Happeningv of a Local and Personal
The ales M onday were well atten
dod and over $30,000 worth of land
ws sold, >and it all brought good
Frank and~ Miss L'zzie Alexander,
of Pickens county, spent Saturday
and Sunda. with John L Smnith and
family, of $stamp Creek-J.Kaoweo
A meeting .of the T weive iMile Al
liance will be held at Mountein Grove
church on Saturday the 23d instant
All members are urged to be ipresent
as business o'f importance ie to be
H. Frank Smith, of the Glss
Mountain section,, was exhibieing ii
Pickens Monday as fine a colt as ~eonk
be found anywhere It is only' 11
r. months old, wveighi 725 pounds and i
certainly a beauty.
Se'veral of orr friends from varieu
parts of the county called to see ui
Monday and caused the "devil"
smile when he heard the rattle of tb
"chinek" as they carried away re
ceipts for another year.
A. J. Senlell, who lives on the Gai
rett place, near Cateechee, -vill ge
20 bales of cotton from 17 acres<
land. He also made 150 bushelsc
* . * : rt, beside
, at Cate
chee, by J. Alonzo Brown, N. I
Mr. Alonzo Arthur and. AlisR JBess
Cook, eldest daughteor of I. N. Cool
* of the Norris section. The hapy
young cou pie have the best wishes
their many frienids for a long, h'ip
g, Shoes, Hats, Gen
gons. Almost ever
been receiving New Fall Goods <
HOT AIR", but we believe in doi
d we appreciate the fact that the s
[it right sell themselves.
tment, as usual, is ber if we can
'est stock we have sole agents I
es and patterns in line which is
Henriettas, Broad- world, suits
Flannels, Kerseys, teed. Over<
Lres at all prices, IRain Coats f
Cloaks and Rain stock of Hat
ens, all colors and Hat at $3, T
The Kenyon Rain
There is r
othing! shoe trade o
we are the whole you can get
have the largest! shoddy shoe
s ever shown at this "feller". T
$25, for youths $2.50 is, we don't
'7. Buy the "Horse ing is our in
wve a fit, and remem- ble Battle A
Hats and Gents' Furti
tron King stoves, New
1ynchburg Plows. All
MrAs, T. Gossett, of West Green
.ville, left yesterday for Baltimoro to a
the John Hopkins hoapital, accoma it
punied by her sister, Mrs, H. A. Rol- I
inson (d Pickens. Mrs. GossettlI
will eater the hospital for treatment. ii
-fGreenville Piedmont. I
Mariedt on the 24th ult., att the
residence of Mirs. R. C. Wyatt, moth
er of the bride, Mildred Wyatt, of
the Bnusby Creek section, to Eugenie t
B~owie, formerly of ifonea Path, but
now of Pittsburg, Pa., IIesv. DuBose
performing the ceremony.
In the U. S. court at Greenville the ,
drmg net Landed the followiing convic- a
tions: Ed Young, 2 mon the; Sank .i
aHendricks, 3 month anit :$200 floe; t
Avery Stewart, 8 months and $100
fine-, Walker Stewart, 3 months and ,4
$200 line. They are now in the a
Pickene jail serving sentence.
3. Rt. Meece, of Rosmnan, N. C., is
sawing lumber on the Daniel Win
chester lands~ on the head .of Nine
Times. Mr. Meece broaught a good
outfit with him across the mountain,
B coining byI way of the Sassafrae Giap
road. HeT has the reputotion of be
0 ing the heat sawyer ini these parts.
J. M. Gantt., who for theQ *a)t year
has been very satisfaictorily hol'ding
down a job with "The 1ig Store,"
-leaves Friday for Obarlottesville.
Va , where he goes to take a job
wvithu a contracting company, who bas
at job of building a reservoir anduu put.
sting in a system of waterworks ini that
0 town. Jim is a splendid fellow, a
good wvorkman, and is just somted for
-the job he has acO3epted. This pi
., tion has been open for him fori some)
ie time, but he bas just marlh- Up hml
mind to accept. He will leave his
yfamily hero for the winter. His
>f many friends hate to see him leave
yPickens, but wish for him all kinds
:' Furnishing Goi
ything in car lots
laily and now we can show you
ng things and showing what w
.cret of our success has been sc
't fit you out of our stock w4
or the International Tailoring
the best Tailoring Concern it
rom $15 to $45, a perfect fit gi
.oats for everybody, from $5 tc
Dr boys and men $7-50 to $15
3, among them the cekbrated 1
he Stetson at $5 and $6.
,o denying the fact that we hav
f the town, if yQu want good
them here, but if you want <
s you will have to hunt the
ie secret of our immense shoe
handle cheap shoes, the best or
otto. In coarse goods the old
xe stands out far ahead of any
ishing Goods a spec
Home sewing mach
Mr. ind Mrs. D. H1. Kueaneir anid
sters, Misses Carrie al Anon, vis
ad at tur home of A. A. Baker, near
ickene, Saturday night. C. L.
ean, of Atlanta, has had a n.w res
lence erected on his plantation, near
lmeaant Hill, where a 2 story, 8 room
uil dig was burned last s.pring.
~codon Paimer and wife rare occupy
g the new building. N. R,
eunnemur atteudled the meeting of
eo "Odd L<'elows" at New,~rv onue
ight last week. -[ Benca~ J1ournal,
Our good friend and s4tntch stand
y. John TI. Langcstou, say.-s we shall
at want during these hard times. If
re can find some others to furnish
he meat and meail he will furnish
he tnrnips. Mouday he left a few
iamples at this offise of the "Cow
torn" and "Langston% Best" varie
ies that are the~ fintest we have seen
tod they eat well, too. Mr. Lang
ton believes in raising everything he
:an at home, and bie generally does
ao. John, come again, and bring
A t the fourth quarterif conferen co
ield wvith the Pickenis Methodist
3huirch last Saturday, a v.ery isatisfac
bOr'y repy ,t. wa4 m'zc.u' Wh ile the
other urtches comptuj.u ug loIs chirge
thOse Lue) to~ Ise tht every.ihing was
squacred up 'iefore the mneetinug cf the
analfl confrence, ini (affuev in D~e
cem1)ber. This church'*! (Pliecens) paid
their part of t he paco' salary in
ful! 11aon oething like 920) over.
Th'lis is a spl'dndid show; ng~, not only
fort this indlividutil chiurch, b~ut fot'
thet entire charge,~( an d the Ipu8tor.
R..v D D). Jontes, shou)ld( feel proud
that he is on at charugeA Ihat d..es what
Don't overlook the coupo)n itn tis~
p~aper. Vote it before lho ne*xt~ ia'we
of the paper as it may meani five d1ol
lara to your frind. Get COnn)ons to
Ads, Furniture, Stc
the best stock of General M<
e are doing. The growth of ot
tuare dealing. We sell nothing
i are shoe, in children's and w(
Co's Godman shoe is the shoe
i the guaranteed solid. Zeigle
taran- $3.50, $4 and $5. Wher
$25- for men there is nothing
Big and the Boyden, the best
[awes $3-50, $4, $4-50, $5, $6.o
Hardware of every <
ware, turn plows, harnes,
shingle saws and cross c
e the The largest stock of st
shoes in the county.
:heap, Buggies, surreys, furn
other lots, See us for anythinj
trade the space here to tell yoi
noth- but come to see us for
relia- will treat you right.
alty. Sole ageits toi
Ines, Hawes $3 hat,
is by Tuesday night iH order to have
them count on this special prize
Next week we will publish the stand
ing of the contestants and the carrier
leriding in the race will receive $5 00.
A. like sum will be given the young
lady having the largest number of
votes. Ou account, of the stump in
the price of cotton and the tightness
:sf the money market, thus keeping
:mr friends [wtom paying an promptIy
nad as early as tLucy otherwise would,
we wi'1 he1 comt~pelled t.. e~xtend( the
time.- oft closting this conltes5t unitil the
iti ui of .-.iun nary, 1908.
Th-11 Pickenis cotton mill has con
sented1 to store cotton for its friends
ned patrons.. LUider th;is plan they
wvili take co'tton in their wairehouise
without charge or expense5 to the
farmer, and wvhen ready to sell wvillI
pay the enke price for it. If, how
ever, the eeller is niot satisfied with
the price he . an get his cotton back
b~y paying the mill 15c per month
per bale for the actual cost of storage
anud insuiranc~e. With tis arrange
ment the P'ickens Bank will carry for
awhile at least the notes of its custom
era who will store with the mill their
cotton and d(epV)it with the bank
their wrte'onise receipts for same.
This is a ms't liberal proposition
from both the mill an-i the bank.
Miss Florm;.ca Davis, of Liberty,
Pickens county, S. C , opened the Mt.
Moriah acadlen y on the 28th nit
She is one of the most upto (late
teachers that ever crossed the state
line into North Carolina. We under
stand sho will be domiciled att the
home of Joe Zachary.---Furman
WVhitmire and LU, 1'. Roberts are
going to put uip a large stock of goods
in the H. P. Clarke build ing. Mr.
lioberts is a well-known merchant of
Pickens ceounty, S. 0.. M. .
Ilender 30n and Ebb Moore have re
turned aonnh. Ebb asnte a
-rchandise ever shown in
ir business since we started
but the best and our pri
imen's cheap shoes the
you want, every pair
,r shoes for women $3,
it comes to nice shoes
to it but The Walkover
shoe made to-day for
lescription, stoves, tin
; and saddlery, belting,
aple and fancy groceries
iture and wagons in car
r you need. We haven't
1 of half we would like to
anything you need, we
lours very truly,
.arm near L berty .\lr. and
Urs. W. M. Hende-son, of Liberty,
3 U , are visitirg friends and rola
ivos here this week.-Brevaird News.
Card of Thanks.
"I dosire, throumgh tie columns of
rour valuable paeper, to expres my
ratitude arnd smncere thanks to the
kind neicwhbors and friends of Cal
biouni and elsewhere, for tho many
kined deeds and1 sympathy shown', dur
ing the protracted illnes: and dleath
of my husband, Robert B. Cochran.
I pray God's tichest blessings upon
them and that He will give them an
abundant enitrance into His Kingdom.
WVA NTE D.--500 bushela pease; wvill
pay heighest market price; nash or trade.
nov. 6.tf Ashmore & Nimmons.
FOR SALE-Fine Jersey cow, fro sh
in milk Mrse. Naomi Moseley,
25 ickens, S. C., RI. F. D). 3.
I will sell at my home on the 18th of
November, 1907, my farm. containeing
185 acres--25 acres of bottom, and 16
acres upland in cult ivatjor:-,a lanice in
timber and pature, A 'So 7-ye ar-old
mare, bnggy, 2 wagons, all of the farme
ing tools and the irop) miade this year,
(cattle, 2 brood sows, and lot of pigs.
Lot of household go)(ds.
'Termis: A enshe for land, balane' of
stuff will go for cash to highest biddehr.
Sale begins at 10 o'clock Ii. m.
(2 P. G l L ESP'I E,
IHn zel, 8. C'.
liotice of Final Settlement aul Disbtlige.
Notice is heraby given that we w1 I
make applicatiion to J. B. New ber' Es..
Jmdge of Prob~ate for l'iekpme cen'. . mR
the St.ate of Southl (Caroleia. onf da 'i
ony of' Novemere, 1907. at ! < ,s- n
the forenoon, or as soon~ h..ri:- e
said ap plicat ion can be In- .Ifor lea n
t o mn 2ke fInal settlemen.ti < f I ,. e*-n Ii '.4
T.I w.r 11ill deceased, nel .. ii,.
charge as administratore .f .1 e staI.
.Oct. 21, 100- R. :o. H;ll1,,.
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