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The People's Journal.
All interested in the speedy com- i
pletion of the Pickens railroad are
requ6estfd to meet at the Court
House Saturday morning. (30th).
Miss Eliza Ariail, of near Eas- fr
ley, visited friends in town last ci
. Mrs. Mamie Cox, of near Easley, ti
visited at Mr. W. H, Ashmere's m
last week. D
Misses Dora and Flora Davis, of di
Piedmont, are visiting the Misses
Holder's this week. ti
Mrs. R. E. Young, of Fairfield
county, is visiting her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. J. D. Cureton.
Mrs. William McFall and son,
Henry, of Anderson, are visiting f
at Capt. J. L. Thornley's. f
Messrs. J. F. Banister and Lang t
Clayton, of Central, spent a few al
days in Pickens this week. bi
Cadets Homer A. Richey and w
Pierce Meares, of Clemson College, gE
are at home for a few days.
Mr. A. C. Sutherland and wife to
of Pumpkintown Township, visit' B
ad friends in town last weak. vi
J. T. Prior, of Dacusville, was in at
own last week and entertained his ti
tfriends with wit and-humor. at
J. P. Looper, of Tugaloo, Oconee
county, is visiting his father, Mr. hi
Jeremiah Looper, near town. Pr
Prof. J. E. Parsons has been wi
'quite ill at his home near town, at
but his condition is much improv- b3
Mrs. Dr. R. . Smith, of Easlev, l
spent last Sut lay with her father, to
Col. C. L. Ho-lingsworth, of this
Rev. T. J. Rooko is attending
the State Baptist Convention, o
which is in session in Greenville i
this week. Ti
Miss Essie Earle wc-nt to Spar- S1
tanburg last week to enter Con- dE
verso College, She will take a spec- bE
ial course in music, in
Captain J. R. Lathem, of Dacus- hI(
ville, was in town last week and hi
says that his company will not vis- TI
it Atlanta this week. ed
W. P. McKee, of High Falls, F(
Oconee county, was in town Mon- at
day on husiness and will be at the
exposition South Carolina day.
Rev. T. J. Rooko, who has so
alv and faith fully served the Bap- b
tist church inl town, has been call- 12
ed by Enon church another year. se
Trial Justice Merck, of Hurri- ci
cane Towvnship, was in town last le
week en) route to Farr's Mills, th
where lie had some oflicial busi- o
R. J. Watkins, of Central, was to
in town Monday and will take in h
the exp)osition on South Carolina thi
day. A goodL crowd~ will go from ed
L. A. Gantt, of Liberty Town- ot
ship, wvas in town Monday and re- ar
ports good corn crops in his sec
tion), but the cotton injured some T
by the early frosts.T
See the change in the advertise- g
mont of Westfield & Hlelluins. i
They have reduced the prices on tl
furniture and have sonme special h<
bargains for thoir customers. ,
Prof. J. L~. Murphree, of Dalton, er
has been teaching a class in music LI,
at Mount Mariah, North Carolina, sa
and closed the school Thursday ti
with one of his popular conerts. b2
W. 0. Singleton and1 son, J. T.
Singlhton, of West Union, Oconee of
county, passed th rough town Sat- a
urdlay on their return from a visit sa
to Rev. G. W. Singloton, who is
dangerously ill at hi s home at er
Prof. 5. W.T O'D~ell opened his C<
school in Roanoke (listrict Monday of
and had a good attendance. Prof. thl
O'Dell is a capital teacher and has di
built up the school intorests in his pt
district showing what a live and en. ra
ergotic teachor can do for his comn- th
Dr. J. R. Riley premilahe in the d
Presbyterian church Ssnday to a d
large congregation. 1l'o imparted co
spiritual instruction in an at
'tractive style anid imipressive man
nor. It was indleed a priv~ilegO to
be appreciated, to listen to such
On last Suniday morning, JTake, &
the son of J . Mattie Stewart, ac- ter
cidon tly fell aind broke hiis right ge
arm near the elbow. About five $(
weeks ago ho tell anmd broke the in
same arm near the wrist. Dr. G. hi
W. Earle sot the arm and ho is Io
doing very well. c
The Baiptist church ini town has L
called Rey. W. W. Leathers, of
Westinsiter', to guard the flock I
next year. Rev. Mr. Leathers is
an excel lent preacher and will re
ceive a hearty welcome by the citi- ir
zons of Pickens. He wjIll preach, \
the 3rd Sunday in Jfanuary, hiis o,
first sermon to his Pickons congre
The Eadley Messenger says: tI
Lewis Landireth, the sub mail con- fe
tract .r on the ronuto from Easley
to Pendloton, loft last Saturday
inight without telling any one his gi
(destinat ions. The mlanner' of his et
leaving is somnewhamt mysterous in
view of the~ facet that he paidl part am
of his debts and loft about prop.. al
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Christopher
'e visiting relatives near Farr's
ills on Salnda.
F. N. Moody, who is living near I
wn, will remove soon to White's,
C. E. Robinson, Esq., is in
reenville, attending the. State
aptist Convention as a delegate
om the Twelve Mile River Asso
Married, ol the 17th instant, at
Lo residence .of the officiating 1
inister, Rev. Thomas Looper, Mr.
eal Hiott to Miss Jennie Duncan, C
kughter of W. A. Duncan. f
The Old Folks Musical Associa- r
:n will moet with the Pickens v
%ptist church the second Sunday t
December, at 9 a. in., if the t
3ather is favorablo. Everybody h
Dock Clayton, colored, gavo a
stival Saturday night and wound
the ceremonies, by shooting j
Sugar" Cannon, colored, in tile
)domen. Mr. Clayton gave log I
il to await the result of the
:und, Which is considered dan- t
Rev. L. T. Weldon requests us v
state that on account of tho V
iptist Stato Convention in Green
lie, this wreek there will not be t
eaching in the Baptist church I
Liberty next Saturday. But
ere will be proaching Sunday I
Philip Hunter, colored, died at
s home in town Nlonoay after a
otracted spell of sickness. He
is about seventy-fivO years old
d for many years was engagod
the citizens of town to work t
rdons and do other light labor, (
which the pay was small and
o meals abundant. Ho reques- f
d oil his death bod to be buried
tho third day after his death.
The Easley Messenger says: ai
rs. Lizzie Winona Folger, wife t
W. A. Folger. died at her home i
Washington, D C., at 7 o'clock s
iesday evening the 17th instant
Le leaves an infant bey twelve r
,ys old, a sorrow stricken bus- l
,nd and an aged father. She was
arried during the last Christnias 1:
ulidays and accompanied by her
isband visited his relatives here. n
lose who met her wore inipress
with her engaging manners and
nial disposition. Mr. A. W. j
)>ger has gor e to Washington to A
tend the funeral services. I
Big Fire in Ensley.
A message over the tele phono t
ought the news Monday about i1
:30 p. m., that the Easloy Mos- g
nger office was on fire. Several Y
Lizens of town hastened to Eas
y to render whatever assistaneo
ey could in stopping the ravages
the fire Fortunately for the
wn of Easley the wind was calm,
it four houses were consumed by (
o flames, before they were check- u:
and controlled by the citizens t
1o worked manfully with buck
a of water, drawn from the wells j
ound, there being no ether
sans of protection against fire. A~
1m fire originated in the M~lesson- c
:r office from a defectivo flue, ite
supposed, andl soon leveled it to C
e ground. The one story fra me
mnse of Maria Griflin, color~ed, 1
mnt next andl there being no oth-:
building near oin that direction,
.0 western part of the town was
fe. Th'le third to catch fire was
e two story frame building used a
W. Mi. Hagood & Co., as a fur- ~
ture and coflin store. There was (1
hopes of savmng it, but every a
fort and means was brought into g,.
tion to save the large and hand1
me brick building of W. M. Ha- j
uod & Co., whiich held themrm gen- h
alI stock of mer.handliso and1( the e
uipments of the Easley Banking g
>mpjany. It socn shared the fato C
the others and Howardl's store,
o next in line and ablout ten foot ~
stant, wvas savedl, and the fire h
it undler con troll. The firie was
ging for two hours and (luring e
at time the contents of the
>oimed buildings were being re
ovedl as much as possible. It is
ficult to estimate the lossos, ex- cI
p)t the buildings. i
W. M. Hlagood & Co's., stock of C
ods and store furniture was vat- t
d at about $20,000 Store house~ss, L
:,000. Printing oflico bu ild(inmg ~
di outfit $800. Maria Griflini's, S
mnse and conltentH $400. H-lagood aI
Co., had $2,000 insurnce( oni the
ick buildIing and $4.000 on the
ods in it. T. K. Hudgons hmari
00 on his building and( tho print
g oflice ouitfit. Maria Grioin
sing her funitu hre, cloth.11ing &c.,
aims to have lost $:35 iln cash,
uich was burimd in t, heart h of
0 front room. The loss o f the a
asley Ban11k i i tl, except the( ii
imag to~ , the sa fo.
Who wants it.? A ump11 st-l -
kr, haind-lev' r, 7x I ~I ob press.
'ill (do good work. Mlake us5 an
TorI. Origineally costI $50.
Wo1~T will t ake wVood, e.arni, todth-ri, 1
mis ofFice, or. imonyc, if' ,yo u pre-' (
Quoricus---Why dot you tliiiik
ris are a isan~lice whlen you're
Cynicus---Becanso5 when they, ar1o
'ounmd you can't very weoll swo
the fellow ,vtde h ok
g.--Judge. de I& ok
Thoro was a mad dog killed hori
5aturday morning after he haI
astened his fangs in Several oth
rs of his tribe. Sone of then
lave boon dispatch.d that wort
'nown to havo been hitten.
Wheat sowiig is the orduir of ti
lay now. Tho little remnaining
otton is beiig gathored rapidly
Several of our' citizons are spoak
Lig Of attendi ig the OXp)Oitiol
:ext 'T'l ursday, South tarolinn
ay. There aro only a wonderful
ow lar'go footed, - long leggedl
ound headed, nasol oyod, badge
rearing, pug nosod, high jinks,
hat can otford the averago Atlan
Drian sulliciont sport for thom to
low out their hard earned cash
ud pass them through and around
lie oxposition and Atlanta on the
pper list. Yet thero may bo a
3w and "don't you forgot it.'
'he average Carolinian will bo ex
octed to pay cash iat the window,
oar this in mind.
Mrs. J. A. Boggs was summoned
the hed side of her daughter,
,izzio, at Elborton, Ga., who wai
ory sick. At last accounts mhe
Dr. W. A. Sheldon has moved
his placeo just wevs, of Dr. W. R
1). fA R. Temploton, and wife, of
oaurens, visited their daughter,
irs. W. A. Sholdonilast woek, and
Irs. Templeton remained over a
3 w d ays.
Mliss Sarah Moorr is visit ing, her
istor, Mrs. Sannimion, at Marietta,
W. 0. Wilhr d, ox-idendent of
hie noted emi" d"dtunet, saie
rim, of Libertv, wlo now hails
rom Rono. (a., was in town ia
ny days last. week.
The nueiashs hive caimed sov
ral victims around liere this fall
nd is st011 putting in right good
ime work gettig up nii(,w imtior
11. The vritof thmowho havc
ettled thoir taccots with thom
i that they are not a good kind of
neasles and they are therefore not
Cotton ser-d me al and oil is iowv
oing mado inl Liberlty.
Henry i 'Howenl is buildilig a barn
ear the oil mill.
Oh, .Julius, dear' Julius, if the
copie will make n.o a suifhciout
OND, I Will Ibuild a rail road from:
ndersonl to 8rovard, N. C., via
iberty) and1( Pickens1 an1d bo bound
Oc to uso pine polls, old iron or
n1y other (oh ' 1o hl d jaw inl
iW prem1it~'Z tosa no.thing o)f the
agd pi potl riload and give
()u a t rn.( pa 10 on vyar. W ha It
ou saya .in, i.' i.
toici' c ni i'eiatIt in Sa
Th'e U(inionii Ihe T.in o theFr
)ivisio "\io ai'w TwlI .'in Rove
.ssociation,. w is iet t beh<
locord chrc at I1ti a.lm.' a
rda Deerner 8th untrduc
I a. inr.n .Re.vl. ..Lis.
Fo.J . r.Oi ,foCo.
hnext "isioary groundointotu
.ssociation.t 'Ilfof si t e Toc
3rd. "Theeat on h~l iet w'the
nyberen the) ill Sbth~dli Schoo.
MIii 1O1ionary s01rmfO budy atv
T.~ ~ J.11 ollt , f!4j'Ior om .
LISII ' ''lesRK le liblg. ac
10fond D)I~isic o' t he Telvet
olden's1 Cree ch .urch roneatr
ayiii bfore one tifgh budy. ipnedo
mihevrW Curcesall le'n. en
Th us o o ill dblegation.
.Itday ory seermon y Rv
Our heav. lossiony ser'omon
ay..re uiuto, csubjnect fori
io fia pesoetrent. f youts
vern'n foroe to go11 by. nopened
y ev W. doi. Seab lllarn. ot
Th uest On Coawll be on0I ai'Cd~
na days o metog. a 1-C
ay tiorcs us itl ncalle win yufo
nmediat settlemen If Co
vorlepect tino helu now is the
m' oto doi~i i. Wel l'l buy11 cor
ni. adh OniiO ourd l~a hiles
S1h10 wii c, ani follld erl cir ium-hi
bane. Como( (ii t 0u aittl ochi
c,'sha t i iski a viamtert with us.
All pson ofing mo1( vond'lr accun
rootherist will ph'as5 icomh for
arI t h') neInl1 atd o stth !, as t Ii
'hoedind he money" badly.ii lri
'ia Wls J coi~ unt11 yer i' and.groo
uiedanldimahar o t)
ria t u . T e nk d lvn
Were Bought before any advance In ' .
We are Opening Them up Daily.
Bargains In Every Line.
XfWWe want Your Trade.
Prices and Quality just Right 0
X0"'Highest Prices paid for COTTON!
eJ. "1.\/5 c1"". "rnlia.,T'Tc ] .
JONES & GARRI[SON
Have had such an enormous TRiA.l or the past
month that they have been ordering
New Coods New oCood
Every Day Every Day
Look Out Look Out
For some Special Drives to arrive in every line this week. Y
10 pieces more of those 40 inch L:ulies C 'Iat 29 cents.
7 pieces 54 inch Broadeloth at 50 cet s.
Many strive to imitate these two specials of ours, but they I
can't do it so the dear peoplo say.
It makes us laugh to hear them Cry.
We have them from 5 cents per pair up.
Our children's School Hoso at CRI. itVl to a cents
Hoso in town.
Already sold more than we did last Season. Now line to arrive
Childrens underwear a specially. (livo us their Ne, we will
give you their sizo-and almost give you oiv ga rien t.
Our Price On Shoes Out Price On Shoes
Is so low that you couldn't hear it if we were to ionitioni it.
JONES & CARRISON.
Regulators of Low Prices.
P S-Agent Standard Patterns
GREAT SLA--.13J jlej
We are overstocked. \\e i-i <
In price, aid we have cut our price-o
class go d1 i
lineu, kindly give uIs a ca a
pric( to sU1 u
Near the Curnrt I louse, G.~reenville, S. C.
NEW SHOE STORE.
MILLER & GRUHKSUANkS
Withi a newv and~ well selCct el .-ioek *f
Ladied' and~ Gientlemhen's F'ine Shoes ai sp eci.,Ilw.
Receivinig good1s every <layv direIt fr on i 1':he 1 ' o.
DO'Shoes INeat, Comnfortale anti Ilast ii.
No. 105 N. MAIN STREET, GZreenville, S C..
Gt~iAgents for' the W.. L. D)OUGCLAS> \Vo-uim'dle sloe-. oct3m3.
GOODSBy The Cego! CA LL ON
MWALISTER J.M RAMPEY,I
& BEATIEI Por Clothiung, 11 ats, Boots
Loads of Gloods in anl m~ore to con .al( )1e
Th .& I. and S. I. are gone back~
for te rest, of the Mtock, Mo in a few dlays .y~ i sui(8, 81.50); Mein s
we niany cot,133 on a full supply fron3 be4gin4- t (
ning to endt. -4 p
we,~ have ani unusual collection of wointer
fully betautifual Dress Gbools. All th ne: uw L 1es Iress (j-r( )g, De
weaves in the new colotringsM2344 nm )1 olIrea I
rnlixtures seletet4l care'tful ly ass4 44itighit , Li 1 1 I al5i(s
soll c~heatp. "'we haven't Job1 I dts 21344 I ast -11 i ~ I al l~ l I i
off Styles." Outr effort, alwaiys is0 144 lut b- C l I l ' , Sl
fore our ctolue~ilrs the ne~west. rel1114 ia b st H .les S1 ks V Iv t a d
Everything here stan ilM ls t. tex, f fash
lon's rule, MO you enn buy your Dressu wit Iih ('IYn 1.;i11111
fashion to 34natch1 IDress Goods. e.
.All dleluartut~lls are taIking~ in3 stock rap1- ('i.) sl i. ('I enju
idily and14 ini a fewv days we4 hiopto t ) ie -,:
thmn33 full from tol) to bottom. SI 115(1C ''cIn8i
MOALISTER & BEATTIE. I especOtrlty,
o3 nauail 65 Mini trieet., (Greenville, S. .
(Next dootlolNnle llan1k )3.Vl 1MPY
P. S. lBmter~iick Patternsu. (41c1~ ley', S (.
and( exhausted fields which
were on1ce productive can again .'
be madec profitably fertile ..
by a proper rotation of crops '~~
and by the intelligent use of ,.,
fertilizers containing high per- IIt'.41 i titti' tSMI
c e n t a g e s o f 1 I t t' i , : ' t i 1 4 3 3 3 -
Strikingly profitable results ''i ;3 ltfI't ~'t4 4 t'htl
have been obtained by follo~v w- 44,:j I-t ;'~
ing this plan. o0.sl
Our pamphlets are not advertising cenari hom. (hV4412444It i4:1lbj I(;h42 f
Ing special fertilirers, but are practical works, contain.- ' v4 t: I:n, tl .d'o u
ing latest researches on the subject of fertitiration, and Q)IE(3t'.
are really helpful to farmers. 'They ate sent free for i
L ac iklg.OERMAN KALI wVoRKS sxi .1INiwi;i',J 1C
I . it. J. W . T t > >. .D -nQi- 1 I'r.
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
BUSINESS I0 a BSINES8 WAY
And Now We All Like It.
People came ald paid us,
Wto never paid before,
And folks who always paid us,
Caio and paid us more.
We transact business,
In a business way,
Nearly everybody came
And hated to go away.
And they do say that the roads were full
coining on, but owing to the dust there are
a few roported as not coming at all. Well,
it's a matter of choice with them whether
they conue and settle on easy terms with us
or wait for the BAD IAN. Dust or No
THAT BAD UGLY MAN is now on
half rations ; we'll file his teeth in a day or
so and have him in god trim to go on the
war path next month, so as to "get in his
worlr" by Christnas.
You can head him off by seeing us. Will
voi dto it? Som of you havo kept us wait
. ug 2, '1, 6, 8, 10, years and longer, wait.
lug for ia good easy time to como. It won't
come. You tuist get under one corner and
itelp us to bring it; that and that only will
bring it. There s no use to twist and squirmim
1111d dodge. Tiho time is about up anid
there's going to be a fuss or foot-race. Your
good neighbors keep their corners~up. We
help thein; they help us; we all want to
he(llI youl. Won't you let us?
Now is tieo time!
Iere is the place!
And you aro the Man!
To helI us get our affairs in good shape.
We are boutnd to sift the shoddy out, anld
it's a mutter of choice with you 'which side
you1 fall on. Now' this is all w'll say on
Next nomnth we will have our hands full
o1animig up good things for Christmas, and
we wait, all our good friends to come in
ati"l '"help us ut'' with them.
We have now on hanld a lot of Seed Rye
autl a lot of Seed Wheat to arrivo next
CALL AND SEE US.
W . T. M'Pal.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of Decretal orders
and orders of Foreclosure made
ill the lollowing named cases,
anmd on file in the Clerk's offce,
I will sell on
Sateday in December,
next, 1895, at Pickens C. HL., S.
C., during the legal hours foi
sale, the following described
real estate, to wit:
Sallie Alexander, et. al.,
WV. E. Alexander.
All that cortainl piece, parcel
or tract of land lying being, and
situate in tire county and State
aforesaid, in H-urricane Town
sip on Keowee River, adjoin
ing lands of Robert E. Steele,
WV. E. Alexander and Rutha
Alexander, containing one hun
dr1edl andl ten (110) acres more or
less. Terms cash.
George E. Moon.
All that certain piece, p~arcel
or tract of land lying, being and
situate ini the county and State
aforesaid, on waters of Georges
Creek, adjoining lands of War
ren Hamilton, Harriet McCrack
ens, John G. Bowen and others,
containing one hundred and
thirty-five (135) acres more or
less. Terms i cash, the balance
on a credit of twelve months,
securedl by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the
premnisos. Purchasers to pay
J. M. STEWART,
Clerk of Court.
I will buy Cotton at Central and
Calhiouni, S. C. Am in a position to
give 'ror' prices. Don't fail to see
mie before you buy.
oct3mn3 A. J. BOGGS.
Tiho JOURNAL is publishing the
list of sublscribors, as they pay, and
will take it as a favor if any one iE
-omi tted that it bo reported to tilt
Our farmers should1( have good hogi
his tall, andmt we have decided to offel
a prmuium of five dollars in cash fol
lhet lar'gest, aniy age, hog, by Decemn.
ber'm -A5th, 1 595; andI three dollars for
the largest one year old1 hog, and twc
dol lars~ for' the second1 largest-all
p~ersons in Pickens county who will
herafter b~ecome s ubscribers to TI'uJ
,I.OURNA1,, (paying ther'efOr in ad
vance,) or' those who are alr'eady
3subscr'ibers and wuill pay upl one yeai
in advance, are ehgible Go to feed.
ing y'our~ lhog andi tr'y for thIs prize
liemember' that all persons trying for
this prize musit pa~y up thir past mn.
debtedlness, and one year in advance,
3 not later than November 1st, 1895,
-Bear' these (lates iln mind and govern
EASLEY, s. O
7V WG OOJ)SC
Just, arrived and Cheap. Comn
and see them.
SiiThose who owe me will '
>mo and pay without further (
A. G. WATT,
oct3ff Easley, S. C
WE PAY CASH!
or Hides, Beeswax, Telrw
Ai&-WE sell harness Leather,
'ilps, Calf Skins, Sheop Shin
Vather, Ilame Strings in any a
Cower & Coodlel,
01 iain Street, Greenville,
L'WENTY 'NERlACGETIC ME
ell itwing Iwli Iles il Souti
ina. We wvant to svap Pian
s or Hew8in vu Machine for '
OO1) 1I0RS11, to work to f
A n wite
& LEXANDER BROS. ..
118 WAashington Street,
*0 GREENVILLE, S.
BA R G A r16
A i -gallon Cofiec Pot
A iood Lantern 35 ce
Lot Milk Pans cheap.
1ma! -lt Table Plat
Ghiass Oil Canl inl.
3-lb cal Tomatocs 10
i p'- doz 'n.
black~ iCeppert 10 ceI
p)Ounfds for 25~ cen'ts.
The Best Apple Vineg
cents a galloni.
Lot Calicos, Out'
eans Pants, etc., cL
'ou can buy elsenherL
IIAT\S atL COST'.
The ab~ove prices arc
'ASI I ONLYN, and with <
lollar's worth, you get a
iiece of glrassware free.
Yours for the cash,
Jlohn T. Lewis &
ARE YOU COMII
T1o ihe 10XPO)HTION?
A re' you comoinog to th Itos1oIm
to,41 sio t the0 JALedihng 11014)1, wvh
:)lInino(b1iions areCII to b had for
!.114sIs pe day. The~* I'i ontly firnt-cla
.0 lI in ihe Citl.y chalrginig ONLY' $2.1
1TH E -ii~
H OT EL.
*. W. G;OLU:(KE, M~anag
%O$. :14 32-341 Hout h Pi'ryor Stroee
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memberl)'1 we' will Iren11t you right
ihn rg y34 *on11(I nl~y $2.O( 00 p(r day for
a1, I Au Log ing. Po '0ers9 at all traini
The Greatest A T LRACT
.A (la Ihe1xposi(tion is Ihea Wondo.
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fy in1tention~ isM to giveo more1 goo(
wt'ir goodslI forl a1 dob111r thani anf~
itnyin and4 selI ling10 for cash~i ena1bles
priot picsihat en not9 Cii he1 meot.
I weat toi prlie) y'ou Sho0s, JOat
irti ngs. o(o st)1 ron~g coffee I i
atshioni aml I ha1ve it,5i lbus. for S1.
A\ 11i11 lini' of ('lothing and1( Ove'
I. undt91r6 not46 whatl youl wanit to bi
IIr 1irst. No 11:1 a i w at yott want
eif I wanl to buny.
I now v.an cl)(orn, find-ler, seed1
)''wesw x, < 1114 um l o s on ee.
A lbmi lot, Of 8seed whe4at and 800ed (
11y own) rab1.inag for' sale,
Yours for trade.
~an0. 3-953 Pickenst, 8
Notice to Trespasser*
By reason01 of recent damahges from p'
lshing and1( hunting upon moy lands a~
nig thtroutghi my) pasltures, all perso
wroh01y notilled to keep off of my lanc
:ept through the public highwvays.
10o1 ic pplies to every 0one, except to
18 to the lands1 oach hasM rented and
raving a1 special permit from me.
C. L. Hoiiingsworth
May 992d 1895.