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'y ' oods, clothing, Shoes, K
Buggies and Wagons. Alm
For the past month we have been receiving New
Pickens. We are not much on "HOT AIR", but we
in 1897 has been phenomenal and we appreciate the
ces are always right; goods bought right sell themsel
Our Dress Goods Department, as usual, is
complete in every detail, largest stock we have
ever shown, all the latest styles and patterns ir
Flannels, Serges, Pannamas, Henriettas, Broad.
cloths and silks, Outings, Flannels, Kerseys,
Blankets, Rugs and Art Squares at all prices.
Largest stock of Ladies' Cloaks and Rair
Coats ever brought to Pickens, all colors and
styles from $2-50 to $15. The Kenyon Rain
Coat for Ladies, $7.52 to $15
When it comes to clothing we are the whole
show procession and all, we have the largesi
stock, best styles and patterns ever shown at thic
store, suits for men $3.50 to $25, for youths $2.5c
to $15, children from $i to $7. Buy the "Horse
Shoe" brand if you would have a fit, and remem.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Ge:
Chase Citv buggies, Iron King sto
and Zeigler Shoes, Lynchburg Plo
Stll For Butterick Patterns.
IMrs. J. W. Grant and
C. Alaxander Saturday
0 of a Local and Personal LOST-Between H.
Nature- stable .and W. L. Jenkin
Saddle. Please return
Mr. and Mrs. George Keaqler, olFremn&C tr
Nine Tines, visited the family of J r.
C Alexander Sunday and Monday. Tomn on el
T, J. Johnson ani- wife, of Easley, terfte' oe
have moved to Newry and will make truhti ol n
it their bomne.-- H. Abercrombie, paesmligeeyi
of Liberty, was in Newry, Mouday.fothnx.
-[Newry Cor. Keowee Courier.
Old fashioned corn-shuckings have aeloigaotfri
been indulged in more than usual deros elbhvd
this year. The corn crop has been ysAbooftaki
'ine. Since the decline in thejgodfnatnfesu
price of cotton, farmers don't seem
so anxious to get the fleecy staple ChreL.Crt,
picked out.-f Keowee Courier,. osauayi hre
A woman in a neighboring town Tees ei etn
bought new-fangled coffee pot fromwelitbiwoknt
a peddler. In the evening shethSe"Chriisy
showed it to her husband, a hard t-- td ntePikn
ware dealer, who told her that hetrShw
kept the same thing ia his store for
half the price she paid. "Well," she Asbcie rtn
said, "why don't you advertise?FaWeticeanl
Nobody ever knows what you havemnofabg. e s
A young lady went into Craig*eryfrarnhe
Bros.' storo the other day and bluch-acorlevymod
ingly asked Jim Craig if he had "any adeeymnala.
of those elastic bands, capable of
being elongated and adjusted at. Ormrbnshv
nleniro, and used by the femininefieraetepstw
if mankind for putting around o hmhvn ens
Semities of their locomotivebeoigdtokp x
s to keep in the proper posi-supyterctor.
d. . the requird altitude the i h tt a
nts of their tibias." JimesinteaotofI
when found was in the top- atda hso n t
* ..Hanches of a tree muttering teya thsleo
* :ruck Billy Potterson'" Hosed atta od
Ily persuaded to return to cephrasny
the store, and is now very dignifiedlymayisncsmhcl
presiding over the hennery depart- teimnecod h
FA LL G(
its, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
.ost everything in car lots.
r Fall Goods daily and now we can show you the bes
believe in doing things and showing what we are d<
fact that the secret of our success has been sq-iaretd
ber if we can't fit you out of our stock we are s1
sole agents for the International Tailoring Co's C
line which is the best Tailoring Concern in the g
world, suits from $r 5 to $45, a perfect fit guaran- $
teed. Overcoats for everybody, from $5 to $25. f
Rain Coats for boys and men $7.50 to $15. Big a
stock of Hats, among them the celebrated Hawes $
Hat at $3, The Stetson at $5 and $6.
There is no denying the fact that we have the
shoe trade of the town,.if you want good shoes ;
you can get them here, but if you want cheap,
shoddy shoes you will have to hunt the other 1
'"feller". The secret of our immense shoe trade t
is, we don't handle cheap shoes, the best or noth
ing is our motto. In coarse goods the old relia
ble Battle Axe stands out far ahead 9f any other
Ats' Furnishing Goods a spec'alty.
ves, New Hlomre sewing machines, I
ws. All wimers.
two children, All the storesi in Pickens will be The weat
Uister Mrs. J closed ne.t Thursday, Thiinksgiving has been
md Sunday. (Ily. hunting 10<
A. Richey's Only 35 days until Christmas, and J. McD.
one small 41 days until the year 1907 nill be disposed fo
no more. How time flies, as we be out Mot
to W. E. grow older. frien
We learn that Hilliard .Johnson is J. c. Sti
le dpen onmairried. He left here some time ago courthouse
aigthem for Liberty, S.Ct elbook.~ce up an
taig mohe' Selica Cr. Brevard News.reomn
ng all right. The farmers of this county aire in nearly liui:
good shape and are holding their over to th<
tat need help cotton. They can afford to keep the seetms to be
telligent, in staple off the market until the price marl oe "or
getemnygets right. 1o a that
id is laying a The Rev. Lander the new Pastor on odori
ess in life, of the Pickens Presbyterian church Mi. St.ribq
che ftefilled his appointments here Sunday 'di~t
thefon, pea and preached twvo very edifying ser. inl fascr ei
toet oes. His eong 'egations were per- carried y(1
homefolks "n fectly charaad and .many compli. wilhng -to
along very znents were heard 0n the discourses. good clock
be"Ct Nby tower , a-nd
ry much in- ND. Taylor, photographer, will in to pul
Jounty Paut. be in his studio im Pickens on next. the two a
Saturday, and every saturday there- nau
us fontthe after, until further notice, for the th meiokr
us fne th purpose of taking pictures. Be suredootk
: finespei and see him. on those days. Thoseeoory
atr: "Thieis who contemplate entering our Baby veoom itW
nrEeyShow, will niw have' a chant.ce to get vtes gtewi
town a city, itue taken Donu'i. ltorget the teegn
ery harnvard dat~ue ad ae regulate, nt
a montain, ae ii P5O courts, bu
The Pickens o.tton Mails and the whole cour
P'ickens IBuk have manide a puroposi- the courthc
all enjoy'ed a tic n to the famers that is a vi ry lib- ing that
weeks, some oral onie and should be taken advan- much bene
rusht d as to Itage of Tbhis prop >sitioni is pub- installing c
ra clerks to Ilishedi elsewbere ir this paper, and is the commis
Few Icowns to the effect that the muill -vill store too narrow~
with Pick - cotton andl issue cortillenites aginst when they
ulsiness trans- it and thie bank agrees to takej -
Ier' seasou0 of three0 corItilentes as colla ,tteral and I l
ne' an1 estab'- extend~ timie of paiymeint oni past due There wi
an be boi hit notes. This will (enablek those who Saturday ri
vbero, and in would otherwise haive to sell their pay day, t
aper. Hence cotton to tidle over this period of flush with
it gather here money depression and is a very liber-. i ng blood ua
al offnr. at their fay
Furniture, Stoves, Hard ware,.
t stock of General Merchandise ever shown ir
,ing. The growth of our business since we started
aling. We sell nothing but the best and our pri
ioe, in children's and women's cheap shoes the
rodman shoe is the shoe you want, every pair
uaranteed solid. Zeigler shoes for women $3,
3-50, $4 and $5- When it comes to nice shoes
>r men there is nothing to it but The Walkover
nd the Boyden, the best shoe made to-day for
3-50, $4, $4.50, $5, $6.oo and $6-50
Hardware of every description, stoves, tin
iare, turn plows, harness and saddlery, belting,
hingle saws and cross cut saws.
The largest stock of staple and fancy groceries
a the county.
Buggies, surreys, furniture and wagons in car
ts, See us for anything you need. We haven't
he space here to tell you of half we would like to
>ut come to see us for anything you need, we
vill treat you right.
Yours very truly,
Sole agents for Mitchell wagony
lawes $3 hat, Boyden, Walkov r
her for the past few dayB house on Poplar Hill. But thr, oifi
pretty disagreeable for cials bad struck a trail, and when
al news, they raided the house there was a
Bruce who has been in- scattering among the crowd such as
r several days was able to never was seen before.
day to the delight of his In the mad rush for windows and
doors the lamp was upset and ignited
some clothing that was lying around
ibling, the agitator of the loose and promi cuously. Abont $2(0
extension, is urged to worth of coats and overcoats were
d inspect the fruits of his casumed and the building caught
aitiouis, This work is :on fire from these. The officers had
ted and ready to turn 16o stop and fight fire wh ile the birds.
Iwoper authorities, and flewv to cover. They ha~d all beon,
al li-right job, but there'spotted beforehand, anad on Suniday
se "little frills and turbe- the balance of the gang that thoy
Mr. S. might want added idid not already have in band weres.
is too bate. Bly the wa, flushed and bagged by Chief Nealey,
aug, it is said you made a They were up before the raor
ech1 before the grand. jury|Monday, and their night's. intea.
these improvements and|I rupted fun netted the city%$153 10
ur poin t. This town is miad 25 days' wvork,
pays one-half the cost of a l Followigg is a list of thoso wi
to go into the courthouse were pulled, charged with gamblirag:
Supervisor Looper is will- Fred Chambers, Alfred Craig, BT-b
it there, but we understand| Jackson, Bub Clinksir'des,Arjkur 'jg
mmissioners are opposing I lums, Manuel Williamsa, WVil lm ,*
e, upon what grounds we Morris H~oyle, Ike Brazeale, jji n
ow, unless it be that of jHendricks, Mash Cannon (who coukR
.if this be so, it is false not pay his fine in cash and ,vill put.
fit be a canard to catch in 25 days on th > streets) Mih-s
I net as a boomerang uponl Williams, Arthur Williamsp, Samn Le
toumen. A clock would land, Milton Duke and Abe Clink
it only the sittings of the scales.
t this town and the Ti uc etd tetw,~
ty would be governed by$131.Hrriosonwa ,..
use time. There is nothi- $0frdsrel odc l)l~ea
vould do the county as igo h tet;FakGn oe
it for a smail sum as the u 25 o en oeii~ i~'
f this clock, and we thiknyk ni otoae~ 'cu
sioners are too biased, orinthtasewstepo
-mlintded, in their views, ago i ot h ol m
>pposo the measure. tl;frti rvlg h aeu
'lavor's Matinee. (iodrywsaott r~t& r
ire hot times in Darktown,,btfro n htofhrB~.
ight. As Saturday wasanloeng erl'tup at
be "enillu'd" gentry werebue$ to hefw' rusa,
,ash, and with their sport. Thsmof$7 Ovsvat,,,
p had set out for a night aie lte1tetwa ~p
niogm ofcasiagdy; Monay' Monsgmey con..