Hap unir go of a Iceal and Person
Rev. N. G. Ballinger is hold
Ing consecration services in the
Methodist Church this week,
holding service at 4 and 8 p. m.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Yongeu, on the 18th Instant, a
boy and girl. May The parents
find much joy and comfort in
these little cherubs.
The missionary meeting at
Pleasant Grove last Sunday was
well attended. Hon. C. E. Rob
inson gave one of his best ad-.
dresses on missions and met
with a hearty response from
these noble people of tho foot
I. D. Rice, of Norris, takes
space with us this week. He
has built up a big trade and car
ries a large stock of goods and
can make it to your interest to
pay him a visit. You can rest
assured that Mr. Rice will treat
On account of change of sched
ule we now go to press with our
last forms at noon on Wednes
day, therefore we must ask our
corerspondents to get their items
in here not later than Monday
night, unless it is some extra
important article, and In that
case it can be sent in later.
All persons who expect to vote
this year will have to register,
and all those having registration
certificates will have to re-reg
ister. All who wish to vote in
school elections should register
next first Monday. The books
of registration will be open on
the first Mondays in each month.
See change in ad of A. K.
Park, of Greenville. He appre
ciatos the trade of this county
and believes in advertising for it.
Whatever Mr. Park tells you
about his goods you can rely on
and he stands ready to make
good any article that does not
come up to the istandard requir
ed. Give him a share of your
The Lyceum lecture in the
school house last Tuesday even
ing drew a very small audience.
Mr. Booth Lowery, the lectur2
er handled his subject, "Simon
Says Wig-wag," with ease and
charm displaying his remarka
ble ability. The moral vein,
which was the under-current of
the address was most worthy
A goodly number of the Pick
ens folks worshipped at Griffin
church Sunday. A large crowd
gathered there and listened with
profound attention to the ad
dresses on the subject of mis
sions by'some of the earnest, in
terested workers. A contribu
tion of more than $50 was taken.
This Is a community of fine peo
ple. They are substantial citi
zens of whom Pickens county
s'iould be proud.
The manager of the Scott,
Silverlake & Connor Show,
Mr. - Silverlake, after his
part in the show was over on
Friday inight, was taken sud
denly. and seriously sic1. He is
now under the care of Dr. Webb
and is confined to his bed at the
hotel with congestion of the
lungs. The show left Tuesday
to fill their next engagements,
leaving Mr. Silverlake who is
being tenderly watched over and
cared for by his wife, assisted by
the hotel people and his physi
cian. The good people of the
town extends. sympathies and
hope that he may soon be out
If you Wili leavi
want only on. gill
1 want to built I
on a fresh lot. H
k-ow every nlw ha
Would you buy 10
m~tock food? My U,
hatve it little nksro
:e~e every miac.
pd I Could w-ll y1
taarket. Don 1ui
theri is a b.-tt .r w
g..es a long wu v w
resar, and( I am wi
Otsr m-ans anythi
--wot it. Ami 1 r4
Pat; Bacon. etc.
nnytVI iig. The v.
2 1-2c Ball Threua
Fish this time.
And You Wi
By cwlling on us before bu
lisk Flour (and another si
Tobacco, Molasses, etc.
Bring us your Corn, Peas
you the very top of the mar
If you haven't tried our L
Healing Powder, and Heave
all size packages from the 2
Our personal guarantee g
We also want to sell you
Perfect" Fence. Prices froni
Our motto is H'onest Wei
)u Buy Oil?
your 5 gllon canl with me I will have it filled for 65c.-If you
onl I will sell it for for 15o.
1 a little better trade on Cottolene--will make you a close price
Lve sold a great many stoves in Pickens county and so far as I
is given satifaction. A few on hand now at a very close price.
lbs Salts for 25c. aud 5 lbs copperas for 25o and make your own
st, ad canght a good many flour customers. Now I propose to
of your flour trade. For $5.50 I will sell you a barrel and guar
Your money back and pay for hauling if you are not delight
,u a side of bacon for about 7 8-4c. per pound on the present
vant a gool wagon? Well I Fell the "Thornhill." I don't think
,gon on the iiarket; certainly none are better ironed, and that
ith a wagon. If I can make 50c. or $1.00 on a job that's all
ling to work cheap. I will stivb more attention to produce
iig you have t! s.-li. I will buy it, and pay the cash, it you
-pared to handl.- y ur Chickens, Eggs. Butter, Hams, Corn,
Antd I will bmy (imsenR, Star Grass, Beeswax, Tallow. Honey,
ery best Washing Soap, 7 for 25c. Ferry's Seeds, 5e papers at
d. 22c for 80 balls, white or colors. I won't mention the Salt
1C. D. HARRIS.
he old Stad.
Prices are right
Weights are right
Treatment is right
Ul Do RIGHT
ying your spring supplies. We have a nice lot of I
pment that will be here in a few days), Sugar, Coffe
e, Beans and in fact any kind of saleable produce.
ket for everything.
>r. Hess Stock and Poultry Food, Louse Killer, W
Powder, you should do so at once. The Stock Fo
5c. box to the ioo pound sacks.
oes with every package.
your wire fencing. We are agents for the celebrate
i 4oc. per rod up. Any height and weight you war
ghts and Good Goods." Come in and see us.
e, Lard, Salt,
We will give
od comes in
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