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PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909
Preaching Vs. Practice.
S. L. Richardson, a white man
who formerly lived in Oconee
county and who has been in jail
at Lexington for some time on a
charge of forgery, has been re
leased, his relatives having se
cured a compromise of the cases
against him. It is understood
that they secured the compro
-mises by paying to the prosecu
tors the money that Richareson
had obtained by his forgeries.
Richardson now praises the
Lord, failing to give his relatives
any credit for getting him out of
jail, and announces that he will
devote the remainder of his life
to the "service of the Master."
He says he is going to preach
ing, but says nothing 'about
going to work to honestly earn
enough money to pay back to his
relatives the money they have
had to pay out because of his
It will seem to old fashion peo
ple, who look at things in a com
mon sense way, that Richardson
is just about the last man that
should be allowed to preach the
He is calculated to do a great
deal of harm. There are people
who will be encotiraged to wrong
doing, instead of kept from it,
by the spectacle of a known for
ger preaching from the pulpits
without having made restitution
for his sins, and without having
suffered punishment for them.
They will argue that if the Lord
took care of Richardson, He
would also take care of them if
they should acquire money by
the unlawful use of other peo
This is a free country, and un
der our constitution a man is al
lowed to practice and preach any
sort of religion that may happen
to suit his fancy.
But dishonest people should be
punished, and when they are
allowed to go free through the
influence of friends or relatives
they should not be allowed to set
themselves up as guides for oth
ers. To put such people to
preaching will bring religion, of
any kind. inx K 'isrepute.
Richardson as a preacher of
the gospel would do much harm,
but as a man honestly acknow
ledging past mistakes and hon
estly trying to make restitution
for them, he would command
the utmost respect and would
do a great deal of good.-Ander
son Daily Mail.
The Greatest Wonder
They can all say what they
please about the great wonders
-this, that and the other. How
Columbus discovered America,
Howe inventing the sewing ma
chine, Whitney the cotton gin,
Fulton applying steam, Frank
lini chaining the lightning, Sur
gery, medicine, science, fine arts,
and on through the list ad infi
nitum, all come in for their share
>f platitudes-but the greatest
~hing ever discovered is Hallum's
3ackache and Kidney Pills, a
>oon to sufferers from these ills,
he worst that beset the human
Trouble with the back and
idnevs is one of the most inlsidl
us dlisorders known to medlical
lience today and is hard to
-eat, fromt the fact that those
*ho suffer with these maladies
hiope to wear it off,'' and when
-ev do have to take treatment
:pect a cure in a few min
es. Our pills wvill cure if t a
n for any length of time.
We are kept busy all the
1e handing out our pills and
se who use them speak in the
bhest term of praise, saying
-.egetting releif and being
ght along. Why do you
vhen you can get releif.
SDrug Co., Pickens, S,
Relating to Health and Cleanliness.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Pickens, in;
Council Assembled, and by the Auth
3rity of the Same:
Section 1. Whatever is dangeror3
to human life6 or health; whatever
building, or part or cei ar tier: -)f, is
vercrowdeid or not pruvideti wit a|
aquate means or ingress and tgrts, or
is not sufriciently supported, ventilat
ed. sewered, drained, lighted or clean
d; and whatever renders soil, air,
water or fcod mi ure er i.n , Lolesome,
re declared to be nuisances and to be
illegai: and every person L..ving aided
in creating or contributing to the
same, or who may suppF, :-ontinue,
or permit any of them, suali be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor
Sec. 2. No house refLS, such as
from kitchen sinks or from culinary
purnoses. whie are deleteriour or in
juriic to be 1tb, shall be conveyea or
emptied on any of the public streets.
unless all -cumulat ions or deposits of
deleterious matter is properlv removed
frnm said drain or place where accum
ulated, and said lAsce and contiguous
surface he properly disiifected onC: *n
every twenty-four bours. No offa.
garbage, deaa animals, decaying vEe
table matter, or organic wasfe bubl
stance of any kind, sbail be t rown
upon any street, road or public piace,
and no putrid or decaying animal mat
ter or organi, waste substance of at y
kind, shall be tbr)wn upon any street,
road or public place, and no putiid ot
decaving animal or vegetabe mat ei
shall be kept ir. any house, collar, o
adjoining outbulding, or on any pre
mises for more than twenty four hot rs.
Sec. 3. No sunken places shall be
filled, nor made land constructed,
with any materials contailing an ad
niivture of prutessible animal or vege
Sec. 4. No person or company .all
erect 01 maintain any manufactory or
place of business dangerous to life or
dettimental to health, or where un
wholesome, offensivo or deleterious
odors, gas, smoke deposits or exhals
tions are generated, without the ter
mit of the Board of Health: and all
such establishmenis shall be kept clean
and wholesome, so as nct to be offen
sivo or prejudicial to public health,
nor shall any offensive or deleterious
waste substance, gas-tar, sludge, re
fuse or injurious matter be allowed
to accumulate upon the premi-es or be
thrown or allowed to run into any
public water stream, water conrse,
street, or public place. And eveiv
person or company conducting such
manufactory or business rball use the
best approved and all reasonable means
to prevent the escape of smoke, gas
and odors, and to protect the health
and safety of all operatives employed
therein. Provided nothing contained
in this ordinance shall be deemed to
prevent or interfere with the free use
of private water-works and sewerage
now or hereafter to be installed where
reasonable sanitary precautions are
Sec. 5. No meat, fish, 1i rd, fruit or
vegetables, milk, or anything for hu
man food or drink, not then being
fresh or properly preserved, sound,
wholesome and safe for such use: nor
aiy fieh of any animal which died of
isease, or which was at the time of
its death in a sickly or unwholesome
condition: nor the carcass or meat of
any calf which was at tbe date of its
death less tban four weeks old, or any
lamb which was at thbe date of its death
less than eight weeks old, or of any
pig which was at the time of its death
ess than five weeks old, shall be sold
or offered for sale as frod in the City
Sec. 6. There shall be no hogpens
llowed within the corporate limits of
the City of Pickens except those that
are well floored and raised off the
round and situated at least twenty
ive feet away from the streets of said
ity, aad the floor thereof eighteen
inches from the ground, and only then
Lnder the supervision of the ~toard of
Bealth of the city of Pickens. Provid
id tnat bogs may be kept in lots in said
yity not less than 16 feet square for
Sec. 7. Every householder or head
f a family in a house wherein any
:ase of infectious diaease may occur
hall report the same to the Secretary
>f the Board of Health within twelve
ours from the time of his or her
irst knowledge of the nature of such
lisease: and, until instructions are
received from the said Board, shall
mot permit any clothing or other arti
lo which may have been exposed to
nfection to be removed from Ihe
house: nor shall any occupant change
his residence elsewhere without the
consent of the Board of Health. Ey
ary physician who may be called to
atte'al a ease of inuections disease
shall, as soon as he discovers the na
ture thereof, make a written report,
specifyng the name and residence of
the patient, the nature of the disease.
and any other facts relating tbereto
which he may deem important to the
public health, and affix the date and
sign his name thereto, and he shall
and such report to the Secretary of
the Board of Health within twelve
hours as above provided. The diseases
to be thtus reported are: Asiatic Cho
lera, Yellow Fever. Typhus antd Ty
phoid Fevers. Small Pox, Scarlet Fe
ver, Measles and Diptheria.
Sec. 8. It shall be the duty of every
Physician or other medical practition
er, Clergyman, Magistrate, M~idwives,
Undertakers, Sextons, and all persons
from whom such information may be
properly required, to report all Births
and Deaths to the Secretary of the
Board of Health, or to the Health Of
ieer, within three days from the oc
Sec. 9. No persons or article liable
to propagate a dangerous disease sball
come or be brought within tbe limits
f this city, unless by the special per
mit and under the direction of the
Board of Health: and any one having
knowledge that suzh person or article
as been brought within such limits
shall immediately notify the said
Board thereof. No person shall, with
in the limits of this City, unless by
permit of the Board of Health, carry
>r remove from one building to anoth
3r any patient with any contagious or
nectious disease. Nor shall any per
ion, by any exposure of any individ
al. or of any article capable of con
.eying contagion or infection, or by
my negligent act c-onnected with the
are or custody thereof, or by a need
ess exposure of himself or herself,
rause or contribute to the spread of
lisease from such individual or dead
Sec. 10. There shall not be a public
>r church funeral of any person who
ias died of Asiatic Ubolera. Ty
ihus fever. Smallpox, Diptheria, or
carlet fever, without tbe permit of
he Board of H-ealth therefor; andl the'
amily of the deceased shall in all es
es limit the attendance to as few is
ossible, and take all urecautions pos
ile to neent the erposure of other]
Ides lveos CNos k Blo0
P. P. P. purifies the blood, buil
strength to weakened nerves, expels
happiness, where sickness, gloomy feeli
In blood poison, mercurial poison,
1"d skin diseases, like blotches, pim
. ad. we say without fear of contradi
p.c-fier in the world.
'.adies whose systems are poisoned
tition due to menstrual irregularities,
derful tonic and blood cleansing prop
Root and Potassium.
F. V. LIPPMAN,
persons to contagion and ijnfectl in.
No dead body shall b exhumed ex.ert
by permission of the Board of fleal'h.
who shall impose such reasonable enn
ditions as public safety may requirp.
Sec. 11. All bouse" w erever there
-ccurs any case of smallpox, scarlet
fever, diphtberia or Asintie cholora
sball be designatea by a yellow flag
placed in a conspicuous position, :nri
every householder or head of a family
is required ta do so. liefusing or
neglectiig so to do shall Ile deeinw a
Sec. 12. No animal affvcted with,
>r that has been exposed to, an in
feetious or contagious disease shaal be
brought or kept within the limits of
this City, except by permissiol of the
Board of Ile:ltli anc the Idics of
animals dead -f sneh i ni. or kill
ed on account thereof, or 'he carens;
of any other animal, shall nor ho
buried within said City, and shall lie
imrrediatdly hauled out of the Ci'y
by the owner tosreof. And in catse
the owner thereof failing or refusin!v
to do so after veibal notice by anv
one - f the members of the Pard or
Health or the City H1ealth ( -r, the
,ame shall be d )no by the City Iiealtth
Officer and the expense of tro same
taxed aeainst such owner. Ard in
case of falure by him rr them to Ila%
nb expense, it shall lie - ee nod a
Sec. 13 The Plonrd of lie'h %- w']I
require all owners or oteu ant . oi
damp or low ground-, within ice ( liv
limits, to ditch or drain the smime at
such time as said Board shall ijude
hest for the healtb of the einmnwzty.
and any one who fails or refuses to
omply with the directions of the
Board of Health within such r-isou
le time as tne Board shall designate
in its notice to snch persor. who shall
be owner or occupant, shall be dened
uilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 14. It shall be the duty of the
Health Officer to inspcct daily all
green groceries, meat markets and
places where fish and oysters are sold,
and all fresh meats of every kind of
fered for sale in said City. Should
be discover any unwholesome, diseas
ed or spoiled meats, fish, oysters or
vegetables, he shall forbid the sale
thereof and report the same to the
Board oi Health. And it shall lie a
misdemeanor for any person to expose
for sale, or to sell, any unwboleson,
deseased, or spoiled meats, fish oysters
r vegetables svithin said City.
Sec. 15. No persons shall bury any
privy deposits or other ofTensive mat
er 'on his premises. nor permit it to
e done, except toe same shall have
een thoroughly disinfected. and that
he same shall be buried not less than
ighteen inches deep, and not nearer
any drean or well or spring than twen
Sec. 16. The owner of every d well
ing house in the City of Pickens shall
rovide the persons occupying same
ith a suitable p)rivy, either surface
r sewer, as the ordinance of the City
ay requ re or permit. No surface
privy shall be within twenty-five feet
f a well, or wvithin ten feet of a
rain, or within fifteen feet of a street.
Thbe Excrement of persons who may
have typhod fever, or sr.ch otber germ
isease as the Board of Health mnay
isignate, shall not he emptied into
a surface privy, or throwni cun the
round, bua shall be ipat in a water
tight receptacle, so as to bie imnmedi
telv bauled off by the sanitary carts,
r b~e disinfected. or be buried as
rovided in Section .15.
Sec. 1'7. The health Officer shall
aave all snrface privies cleaned out
and limed evera seven days by the
anitary cart driver, and shall per.
onally inspect such work as often as
-nssible, provided the same is not
one by the users or owners thereof
s set forth in this ordinance.
Sec. 18. Any person, family or famn
les occupying any private home or
place of abode sball each pay as sani
tary dues the sum of ninety cents each
three mionths in advance; proprietorr.
f each public place of business of
xv kind or character within the
~orporate limits of the City of Pick
ne shall pay as sanitary dues the sum
f $1.50 each three months in advance,
provided they shall elect to have the
Elealth Officer clean their premises as
Sec. 19. Any person who shall come
!rom any house, residenlce, vicinity or
Iace, infected with any infectious or
~ontagious dese'se, or from any house
residence, vicinity or place where
bhere is a case of such disease, or any
erson wvho has, within fifteen ays
before, been at any such house, resi
Jence, place or vicinity, or any person
who shall have beeni exposed to any
such disease, or who shall bie infected
mtb any such diseases, if any of said
persons shall attempt to come into
he City of Pickenrs, he shall be
warned lby the Health Otieer. oir by
aly poiemn not 'o enter said City.
md it. shall lie thre duty of the Ihealth
Officer aind poliemtan to pirevent the
ntrance of such persons into the
City And any such persons who
shall enter said City after notice not
o do so shell be deemed guilty of a
Sec 20. Any person found in the
City of Pickens who is infected with
ny infectious or contagious disease
hall be taken into custody hy the
health Officer, or by any polie'eman,
nd ha there dletainedi or forthwith
~onvye1 to the Pest ilouse, or other
suitable placo pirepaired by the City,
arad there detained fir tre-atmoent. s,
that said person shall be kept isolatedi
nd separated from or cmmunnicationi
with other persons whereby the dIi.
se might lhe spread in the Citv.
such person shall bie detained until
b is entirely recovered from surbh di
ease and until the physician in at
tendanee on the Pest House or other
lace shall certify that he may be al
owed to depart without any danger
f spreading the disease. There shall
e in attendance at the Peer linuse
~ompetent physician and suitable
d competent nurses, to be provided
iy the City. The City shall also pro
:ide all necessary medicine aj'd all
)ther things neecessary to maintain
aid Pest rnouse properly and makt
he same effective for treatment, iso
ation and separation of cases of in
ectious or contagious disease.
Sec. 21. Any person found in the
ity of Pickens. except physiciar s and
hoimo, Rhoumaffsm aid~ Scorifii.
is up the weak and debilitated, gives
disease, giving the patient health and
igs and lassitude first prevailed.
malaria, dyspepsia. and in all blood
pies, old chronic ulcers, tetter, svald
etion that P. P. P. is the best blood
and whose blood is in an impure con
are peculiarly benefitted by the won
erties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke
infected and ch nge Ie!ol hi and uisel
all neccessary i rec tutiol s, who sha1l
come from any.lit us -, residence, vicinity
or place. where tI e -e is a case of any
such contagiou-s or to ue to us ease, or
who shall have ( 01m1 . wihin less thatn
fifteen da, s, from anv s:wh hibone, res
idence, vicinit.v, or p'are. or who shall
have been in contact or ctommurinie ition
with, or near, any pers.m15 llfrcted with
any such l di.ase wthin liftee <ays, or
who shall have ictn bxb seld ill any WvavN
ito ;llv s h toIl or ifi tiont Ili,
ae vithin fifleei ,ly, a ll fort'hw itl
h talwni into eu.,tolyb 1b lwb lith ;: -
I cvr br ainy lbiieran. ali d hal 1
wit h r- <ieslteel 1b leave Ilbe (-itv. I li
cIonveved to the biuarantine sta.tion br
Iother 'place and kept, .S0lated t thI
period bIf fiftt en days. The ( City h1i
have a suitalIe anti iprolpr IpI'ant
, ion or- piact e for tht <ltittnt :11 ' u
too. wn.: al all ..l I rovi b4- A il .
t I tll 11tn a :a(1 all . th11 W b -k"
N. I V to n k - ibit i reti"l.
S-i. 22. Any p -rbn , j : :*br 7:t
or Ec t b 0 tb l into ensib b n r any I
i t cr i l g s e t io n!l . c l ' lf
i eIr'bi take i nl o cosl , (ih)
imve been arr-t steri orb t.. b : o fl nb bt 4 i'
or : 1 - :11 - . a l b a' "
at a I Ip, s t hiolt s:-. nri ine l noi
o ate r ;i.:Ct i k iit t ''n
slill bie <h-e goibl v (d - bttb or
!n: a l tpon i lit i. itue 1 e h I hb e
li.(i- itnl a s Im llot fin r t Ib (.- Iun
l 1 )ti[ s or m.l b i ri t- t t arei
bibl er t i i t ll.' I '' t' -i
Iof Pictkte , fr a ieri -lo'i i.tt m !o tt::n
thO rty- day.;
persii 1 i w inl I ..< i:y f(4.
vomling into t Ih City here fl.r (it I e
vacciiatel ndl rb v~t.Ci ite. wiiibv,-.
a d :. oftel only :s - !. b - rebt'unti ibY
the lie: Itoard (bf He.ilth: Prov if.l l.
I hat ofn the certifi -ate of a repuitl- 1I
p1 1~s ci i ti aLt sn11 vace latiol iigit
t i huriois tol any persoi. sutchi I v1s 'sn
shall I e eleived therefio al un' ' ihe t (or
she canl lb. stafely vaweinited. Fresh
bovine virus shll bi us d :n all beCn1t
tion-, and the City sh wi1 p ty the (x :I
ses of lie vaccination < f .sn h iwliigbent
and poor persons as are un bile t paIy
for saine. And any p. rson who, shall r
fuse, neglect or elechne to bW va:::ttI
or ie vaccinated fir a p).ritid oi t 'einty
four hours aft(r having hetn notilie Id bv
the Health Officer. or any policenliwn, 01
after published i-o;ice in any niripr
i tile City by the lbar:1 of
Shall he deemfed guilty of a Ibiisdhnean;l
or and 1.unishe:1 as lierein pr.-ri bel:
awl snAi persobn inav hkewise, he ta-k1dn
into etstody by the ollic:e! (bf tih (b' i
and beforcibly va ccina I b by vst mll
Sec. 21. Any pb~lrsf mV~ wh >. [bib vte
any of the pro)vbsons bbf S.-bus .-i 2.:
inclusive, of. .Ihese (Ordina~I.wes. br t~Shall
refuse or neglect to bio bbr bb-rformi anly
thing required thercin0. sha:b hI U.1. -le.1I
guilty of a llisdemfeanw i. .baat shllb
puishedtiC~ by a Iine(1I nb ..b iii b wlb
hundbred dollars or impribl:bznent nbot (N
ceeding thlirty dayvs.
Sec. 25. It shball be dleemell a 1mi5lb
meanor for any pbersbon wiiihin sni. (i t
(to use any buihlinbg, cellar. stalble. br anyv
other place. whether enlos -b db or uneior
ed, as a pirivy or uirinbal (e*xcept, einsI
as hereinabove pridbedbb) or t plabe,
throw, or deposit any hnmi Il b exb:rbernt
therein or thereon b. pun shbl biy&b a fjibe
of not more tlhan One hu-n~birbl <! >lhia. b[
imprisonenit at har.i lbor upot n 1
pubiic works oft said city for not non
than thirty dazi s.
Sec. 263. It -hall bte lawfutitl for anb'
per~sonil or pers I; ,l toin. (bi pJrit lobe
usdi on0 prebtisi s bownlti br 0 cien t lb
himt or theml in tihe eiP 1btbo. n
Iry w.ell or reserv'tb m:bb wahb!h Pb'
r co ptac:leor i eful- tli.b ::br me~ .;g
is drained. Andio any p *rsn bi r iers (1.5
violatmng thie prois.-ionbof hi LU- :t ibln
shall be guilty bif a mis : mean~ ir, al lb
subject to pbunishment. by a flit bb ofbn
less than one I (ioI ar nr to iri ihan one!'btl
hudrebi djollars. or by' lunp~ri-ibnonil :n
hard labhor on thle st reebts if th it 'y fb
not less than tone bday netr morbbe thanl
thirty da' s.
Sec. 27. Everv houilse inb whiih i hr
shall develop a cas* bf smi.illlpox. s~Il t
r, ve-, d3 phtheria, ty hoid fe ver, ty pInl
feriO r, b r anyt othier coniibgails dlslSb
in the city oft Pidtlel~s. S (:., shlol hbb
tho rou~gly disinfece L ibbtl cleaOi unil
let thie dire-ction ofi th~e lboardb ofl leallh:
t the . xpens-' of tihe owne ir. iuser obr be
culbnt thberbtf, blrbl at ,uch timeI br tiinwb
s t he BIOmnl of I l lb lf sabid city iluiy
reulirb.. Shn h~il It (t- owner bir brib nii
e unaible tto difray suichipeSets. tim
same1 shall be paid by the said city.
Done and ratiliti in Coni! A ssanibbol
and by authority ofi 'he ;ilne:tt l'iieias.
S. C., this 22 .h~v iy ofn du A .\). 19hl0.
,J. R. ASIIMORE. 13. 1B. LABIYIN.
Clerk of Cornil. .'.k:t br
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
Nbtibbb i- l-rb i v n 21 tht le metlin' ' I -
(ibnbinlt Mtbbnn buiri ! i : ttlmpny. in l.ibeny.
s '.. bin theb istlbdayb of j;ny.P U abtb --' b tbh lb
. for! th" puros b ot bf bcontib . itri~r :h 1( : o e
a bid lirCeb led by re l t bi of h- litnr f tI i
ian ly. hbt at biheri y. .. lb t ::t' . -l
th i!otiybi it ht.i:tl
in: .1bb bti .ii b *-i n
lbsole byi t he'bbill It n~ b- ft I0 -
bin i tb l ih n ttri o : a: : P --
bblbtuf tn.itn *'bt It iht 1 :- a .n .r
e benstdeing th soe -W eciI
Weeilld Sur~ el i Slo Ta t G h
Look into our show win-lov
the- foremost makers, they repi
miera to Buy the Best'
Poulty and Egs
-FOR SA LE - Silver Laced'
yandott o eggs. s1.00 per 15.1
inar1anjtee a hatch of 8 Out of
5.J. TI. PARTRIDGE.:
. fRhode Island Reds,
r,( F(R )P, .\T4 '[ 1N( from carefully mated
w In . oer 11 -. 11. Ciers,
X N N! N GS: l'il kens. 4 . Poultry Show, De.
W n d(, itt n ;r S'le. -:.50 per 15
\.5. 1-: PAR-NTRICGE.
S.C ice o Detosand Credos.
A. . persfn havngclintogans h
seo lthe la M. T, 15 Emith
ma ar ent the slane dul provenitn
r be-fore the' 1 day of July 1909,
r be debharred paymient, and all persons
ilhtedl to said estate must make pay
(ln~t on or before the above date, to the
ndeihrsisned. (r. M. Smiith,
SHOES) KM:-1 have recentiv put
in a line oif shoes, niot the largest
>n town but all new, clean, styl
ihi stuff: fit any foot, from the
ifant 's (at a quarter a pair) on
ip to thb hys, miisses, men's
na wu- e's. 1 ook through
Ils line' is I can save von some
ione. Somve specials for ladies
j sn 5i soleP shoes, as comforta
l.le na -a kidl glve. M ileslt'e
IHl'-.w about the ble:Ich(t d a.1d
mosda le uinderwvear. ( 'heaper
ta-i haivinu- the( materinl. anid:
naew all the worry of nmking.
1 ~wn't tell how cheap I will
'IIlp Fmts. especiall in 30 to 32
aist sizes. If this happens to
e your size something good is
('ing to von. Comnd see.
have all sizes
T. D. HARRIS.
,1 y. iens W. E. FINDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY I
Pickens, S. C.
I lile over ikens llaink.
is Bliss Time
Keep a box of Bliss Native
Herbs on hand for all emergen
after eatin g-biiousess-con-'
stipation-r he u ma tis m-blood
disorders. Take a tablet once in
a while just for "health's sake."
is an old-time remedy of roots
herbs-and barks pressed into
tablets-easy to take-200 tablets
for S 1.00-guaranteed to benefit
or money back.
Get the genuine in yellow
boxes only-made by BLISS in
Washington, D. C.
F. A. FINLEY,
Pickens S. C
mu To PLEPE?
Let us array you in one of o r
many new styles handled by us of
some of the most famous nufIltac
turers, and lead you to a mirror.
You look at your reflection
and the hard-to-pleas disappears at
We have dealt with lots of men
who came to us skeptical of our -
ability to satisfy them with ready
They are regular customers now;
once you wear our clothes, is
enough to kill all prejudice, The
spring styles are very sensible and -
We ha-:c tried to consult all
tastes in making our selections, and
we believe we have succeeded.
hard to please, we st and n a. to give
rs, you will see there a display of new models from some o
esent the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once as
Yours to please,
'rREENVILL4E, S. C.
The Central "dile Mills
1as just been overhauled an
ind new Silks put or' all bolters,
!re in fine shape to haidle your grain and
LMr. J. T. Pucke tt, a man of sexeral years'
expeice~, is in charge.
.II. Ramseur, J. T. Giassaway,
A JEWEL CASE
is the delight of every woman. To see
the mnaznificent ornaments that we are
/ 4 (~ Jshowing for the~ S ring trade, is to want
I ~ ' many ornaments for your casket.
-. TIM E PIECES
from the thinn st and tiniest watches to
the eight-day clocks. All are warranted
- to KEEP time. Our tableware in solid
an lted ware is complete in fine de
signs at moderawt prices. Inspection inl
-~ II. SNIDER.
DON'T YOU DO IT!
Don't go huugry or thirsty, when you can find as good a
neal as you ever eat and as cold bottled goodls as you ever
rank, right at my place of business.
Vleals servedl at all hours
Cold Soft Drinks at any time.
Also handle produce, beans, cabbajge, tomatoes and other
arden truck. White fish, cheese, all k inds of canned goods,
ruits, candy, cigars, in fact a little bit of anything. You wont
~now what I have got unless you come and see.
Your p)atronage solicited. Polite treatment and prompt
ervice assured. Your for a feed.
I have several farms, varying' in size
from the small farm otf'
35 acres to 200 acrm.
county, that I am offering for sale on
easy terms. If interested in purchas
iug land calI on or write me.
I also have enquiries for land that
my present list does not supply. If 1
you wish to sell see me.
Yours for Business,
7 Pickens, S. C.