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As Spring advances and
its warmth and liappil
we are springing into
Our Buyers Just Ret
are bringing with tll(
New Cloth Suits. Ne
and dresses in plain
ied effects. Beautiful]
The niost beautiful i
seen in the city. Ne
the new designs.
Wait for the GREATE6
in the histor
CREENVILLE, - -
New Shoe Shop
Located in the Rear Room of the Barber Sho
Make any and all kinds of shoes. Hard to fit and hard
to please customers the kind we want. Making shoes for
deforn el or crippled feet especially.
Repair Work of All Kinds
First-class Work. No Cobbling. Lowest Prices.
ROMAN REZN ER.
Tings w ere diferent ino Othgrandfathers
having a checking account ish abeodBank.
jected to be subjected to such inconvenience
modern businmstmethods is achecin ac
BANK, Lberty, S. C.n H.e C. Shirley, Cashier.
:H TH E
the Sunshine Radiates
tess through every hieart t
new life and activity- v
urning from the East
)M the Very Latest
w REAL Linen SuitS
tailored and embroider
Lingerie dresses. Linen ti
W, ~ Iii
New Skirts and Waists.
ne of wash goods ever
w Foulard Silks in all
A Lock that Locks
The Burriss ist
A Shingle the repisents the latest
approved and used by the mos ex(C
'I al~so by Cotton Mls for Cottages. h
Malllfactured by JOH T. BUIRRIS & SON,
ANDERSON, S. C.bse
anSee them and judge for yourself their construction, quality c
REPRESENTED LOCALLY BY JOHN L THORNLEY pa
Gentleness is the great point to be
itained in the study of manners.
No Gain in Being Ungenerous.
We get no good by being ungener
is, even to a book.-Elizabeth Bar
A genius is a man who can tend a
rnace so that it will not send up
,s.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
When a man kisses his wife Is it a
London's Milk Shops.
There are over 12,000 shops for the
le of milk in London.
Better slip with the foot than witb
$100 Reward, $100.
rhe readers of this paper will be
*sed to learn tha.t there is at least
e drvaded diseesl that science has
?n able to cure in all its stages, and
it is Catarrh. lHall's,Catarrh Cure is
only positive cure now known to
a edical fraternity. Catarrh being
conistitutiopal disease, requires a con
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
ire is taken internally. acting directly
on the blood arid mucous sur faces of
- sstNC', the reby destroying the foun
tion cf the disr-ixse and giving the
tient strength by ibuilding up the con
lution and assisting nature in doing
work. The proprietors have so much
th in its curative powers that they of
r One lfundred Dollars for any case
t it fails to cure. Send fEr list of tes
Addres F. J. CHENEY & Co,, Tole
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
rake Halls Family Pills for constipa
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
G. Gaines, et al., Plaintiffs,
E. %tewart. Defendant.
In pursuance of a Decretal Order made
the case of R. G. Gaines, et al., plain
Ys against T. E. S:ewart, defendant.
d on file in the clerk's office, I will sell
the highest bidder during the legal
us for sale, at Pickens C. H., S.
on Salesday in April 1909, the undi
(led interest of T. E. Stewart in the
ilowing described Real Estate. upon
e terms hereinafter mentioned, towit:
All that piece, parcel, or tract of land
the state and county aforesaid, con
ining s;xtv (60) acres, nore or les3.
joining lands of F. '. Parsons, Ange
ie Powell. Rebecca Ellenburg and T.
Terms, cash, on day of sale. Purcha
r must comply with the terms of sale
ithin >n:: hour or the premises will be
sold on same day.
Purchaser or purchasers to pay for all
ipers anid for the recording of same.
A. J. BOGGS, [seal.]
arch 4th 1909. Clerk of Court P. C.
ate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
.C. Shirlev as agent for c-reditors of
R. H. Crane, Plaintiff,
.H. Crane. Defendant.
In pursuance of a decretal order made
the case of H. C. Shirley as agent for
editors of R. H. Crane, plaintiff,
~ainst R. HI. Crane, defendant, and on
e in the clerk's office, I will sell to the
ghest bidder durmni the legal hours
rsale at Pickens e urt house, South
arolina, on salesday :1 A pril, 1909, the
llowing described rmal es'ate upon the
rmns hereir after ni , tionred, towit:
All that piece, p': v.l, or tract of land
the state and c; r:sty aforesaid, in the
wn of Liberty., ntain ing forty-one
id one-fourth (1i 1.4) acres, more or
ss adjoining 1:. ds of W. J. Boggs.
rs. 0. D. McCras y and others.
Terms, carsh. on day of sale. Purcha
r must comp) '.ith terms within one
ur or the prr m rs s will be resold on
me day at t' r:sk of former purchas
.Purchase :.> pay for all papers and
r recording - same.
A. J. BOGGS, [seal.]
C:lerk ' f Court Pickens counwy.
ate of Southi Carolina.
County of Pickets.
.In Common Pleais Oourt.
C. Robir's mn administrator of the per
sonal estate orf T. C. Robinson, de
H. Johnson, J. P. Martin and Vesta
[n pursuance of a Decretal Order
ide in the case of B. C. Robinson ad
istrator of the per'sonal .<(state of T1.
Robinson, deceased, plaintiff, against
H. Johnson, J. P. 31artin and Vesta
~Fall, defendants, and on tile in the
rk's office, I will sell to the highest
der during the legal hours for sale at
ekens Court House. South Carolina,
saleday in April, 1909, the following
scried real estate, upon the terms
reinaft tr mentioned, towit:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
ng and being situated in the county
Pickens and state of South Carolina.
d in Central Township, adjoining the
ids of Southern Railway company,
Ssaidl T. C. Robinson, Mrs. Mary Gil
pand others and containing thirty fiv'e
r fifty-one one-hundreths (3-> 51-100)
es. more or less, it being the same
t o; land conveyed to the said G. H
nston by the said T1. C. Robinson on
of June. 1908.
lso, all that other piece, parcel and
t of land situated in Pickens county,
te of South Carolina, on waters of
oal Creek, waters of Twelve Mile Riv
ounded b the land~s of B P. lKe!Jv.
hard Hallum, Joel Griffin and the es
e of R. R. Child and containing forty
Sacres, more or less, and being the
e tract cf land which was conveyed
the aid U. H. Johnson by J. P. Miar
of Andex son county. S.'C.
'erms, one half caih on day of sale
1 the balance on a credit of twelve
mths, tne credit portion tt. be secured
a bond of the purchaser, or purcha
s, and a mortgage of the premises
d, with leave to the purchaser or pur
isers to anticipate paynent of the
'dit portion, the credit portion to bear
erest at 8 per cent par annum.
urchaser or purchasers to pay for all
ers and for recording of same.
A. J. BOGGS, [seal.]
(Priekly Ash, Poke ROOt and
-RA&K POSrrVmE CURFS OF ALL POB1
Physiclans endor P. P. P. 1s a splen- y"
did combination, and prescribe it with Wal
great satisfaction for the cures of all froi
forms and stages ofPrimary, Becondary the
and Tertiary Syphilis, SyphilitiO Rhen- = L
matism, Scrofulous Ulcers and Bores, whc
Glandular Swellings, Rbheumatlim, Kid- ton
ney Complaints. old ChroniO UlcerttM ben
haeresited al treatment,Ostarh, Skifn b
Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female Pric
Complaint, Mercurial Poison, Tatter, 0g
Scaldhead, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powerfniltonio and an
excellent appitizer, building up the
system rapidly. If you are weak and
feeble, and feel badly try P. P. P., and
We want to call your attention t,
Mule Skin Shoes for L
"Solid as a Rock"
A first-class every da
"VIRGINIA GIRL" a fine ki,
tip, made on good shape last and
This is Strictly a Dre
SPECIALTIES IN I
One lot of ginghams, a regular 7
Sheeting-wide 5c. a yard.
Barker Mill Bleaching--a good va
A lot of Bordered Prints a great
One lot of Shirting at 5c easy wo
Latest Dress Ginghams with and
QUALITY THE BEST-PRf
W. E. FREEMM
'-At the Old St
Still giving Coupons Fresh lot of Pictures jus1
rg Hoob, floicl
We are now rounding up our wir>
policy not to carry any goods into the
dispose of. You will find in our pla
values, in winter goods. The time is
to dispose of the goods, so the
Price Knife will be
Ladies Cloaks, $12.oo and $14,
- " " $ 8.oo and $10o
Some big bargains in Blankets. Ker
Frannels 20 per cent ur
Heavy WVool Dress Goods Reduced.
weight goods will be sold at BARGAI
statement is worth your while if you h
Some early shipments of Spring
Our prices, as in the past, shall be as I
If you are a customer continue wi
us and let us save you money. Yo1
West End. G~reeu
Did you ever weigh your chicken:
on the following terms and win a pren
For the best average weight hens
and May 1st, six at a time, we will give
(We will weigh up every lot of six
siX until the last day when we will awa
weights will be given each seller, on eve
For the six next largest we will giv(
For the largest weight single hen we
Only breeders and raisers of chickera
pete for these prizes.
We have a lot of good shoes in smnal
move them. In order to make quick sal
the following liberal offer to our lady cu
To any lady buying of us a pair of
$2.00 will be given a present valued at 2
of us any of our No. 3 or 34 Dress Shoes
will be giyen a present valued at 50c.
We have plenty of good goods and t
can be sold at. Yours for tra
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solid leather at 1.50.
value going at 5c a yd.
Ine at hc.
value at 6c per yard.
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