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The People's Journal.
All job printing is cash on do
Last Sunday was surely a splen
did day--to stay in doors.
Miss Ada Gossett, of Easley,
visited Miss Stella Newberry last
E. M. Jones, of Kings, who has
been seriously ill with fever is im
Only a' small contingont of our
county's population was in Pick
Rev. 0. L. Craig will preach in
the Pickens Baptist Church next
Miss Lena Stewart, a daughter
of Clork of Court Stewart, is very
ill with measles.
Dr. W. F. Austin, and bride
were in Pickens last week, guests
of H. B. Hendricks.
C. T. Martin, of Easley, has
gono to Alabama, or to use his own
Janguage, "he orter be."
Mr. W. H. Ambler, of Greens
boro, N. C. is visiting his father,
Mr. J. H. Ambler, of this county.
A four-year old mare belonging
to the Nimmons estate was sold at
auction on sale day for $45 cash.
It must be remembered that all
tributes of respect, obituaries, &c,
exceoding ton lines will be charged
Jas. A. O'Dell, of Easley, was a
visitor at Pickens saleday, and
made a substantial call on the
Liberty bell went through Eas
ley on the Air Lino last Thursday
enroute to its resting place in
Senator O'Dell took advantage
of the recess until Tuesday and
came home last Saturday. He was
in Pickens Monday.
J. E. Hagood's mill dam at the
Portor mill place is no more, it
haviog siccumed to the torrents
of rain last Snuday af*ternoon.
Mr. E. J. Prince's family have
the measles in numerical abuid
ance, about nine of them now be
ing laid up with the malady.
Auditor Christopher completed
his rou.ids last Friday and is now
i. his office to receive all tax re
to'rus. The books will positively
close on the 20th. Stir yourselves
and call on him.
Last Sunday, tho 2d inst., ac
cording to tradition, was ground
hog (lay. If "tradish " is correct,
there will be an early spring, as it
rained all that day and the hog
surely failed to see his shadow.
Tyler and Luther Cassell were
before Magistrate Bramlett last
Wednesday charged with p~urloin
ing and taking away from an out
house on W. R. Price's place on
the Oolenoy a lot of fodder. They
were bound over to appear before
the March term of sesiona court.
Wmn. B. Bagwoll and E. H. Gal
loway were arestod last Saturday,
on bench warrants issued from the
U. S. court, by Deputy Marshals F.
E. Cox andl J. C. JTenings and com
mitted to jail to await transporta
tion to Groenville, to receive son
tone~e for violation of the rovenue
Robt. Freeman, of Dacusville
Township, was in the clutches of
the Stato last Monday on a charge
of retailing whiskey. A ttorney
Albrook was for tha prosecution
and James P. Carey for the do
fonso. Mr. Freeman was bound
over to appear at next term of
John Toasley, color'ed, was comn
mittodl to jail Monday, on a comn
m itmien t from Magistrate Stewart's
court, on a chargo of assault and
battery with intent to kill and
rob. This is the darkoy who knock
ed 'Squire H-allums, also colored,
on the head at Liberty some two
or three weeks ago, mention of
which was nmado in those columns
at the timo. Teasley took leg hail
for Georgia as soon as he commit
ted the assault, and eluded the of
ficers till a few days ago, when he
wvas captured at Athens and
brought hack. Ho will now have
a chance to refilect on his gay and
Mrs. M. M. Morgan, relict of
tho late B. F. Morgan, of Dacus
villo, died at her home in that
placo0 at 5 o'clock on the evening
of the 28th uilt. Her death was
very sudden, as only about twoiy
minutes before her demise she was
apparently in her usual health.
She conmplamned of boing somewhat
sleepy and mentioned that sho
thought she would lie down. Th~lis
she didl and in a few minutes was
a corpse. Had she lived until the
110th uilL., she wouild have been '1
years of age. She was buried on
the 30th ult., from tho Doacusvillo
Methodist church of wvhich she
was a member and had bcon for
many years. Mrs. Morgan wVas lho
sister of the late ('oh. IL. P. Unm
meet andl the mother of Messrs.
James H., M. A. and B. A. Mor
gan, of Greenville, and of Dr. a..
J. Morgan, of Dacuisville, Mrs.
Florence Griffin, of P.ickens, Mrs.
R. A. Bowven, of Pickons, and Mrs,
J. N. Morgan, of Central. Mrs.
Manio Bolt, of Laurens, another
danghter, died two ynnra agon
Ex-Auditor Bryant was on our
James E. Brown, of Contral, was
in Pickens last Thursday.
Mr. J. D. Smith, of Liberty,
was in town last Saturday.
Mr. E. F. Allgood, of Slabtown,
was in town on business last wook
Mr. C. H. Alexander is in Now'
York this wook on a business trip.
Nearly all the family of Rev. T.
J. Rooko are afilictod with the
United States court called quito
a number of Pickens county's p0o
ple to Greenville Monday.
'Rev. J. E. Foster filled his rog
appointment at Secona Saturday
afternoon and Sunday forenoon.
Mrs. J. B. Newberry is on a vis
it this week to Gaffney at tho
residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N.
Miss Hattie Ferguson and Miss
Carrie Millor, of Greenville, are vis
iting Miss Hattio Grady near
The school conuniissioner has re
ceived a supply of books which
can be had by calling and paying
actual cost for them.
J. D. holder went to Richiond
last week with his second carload
of. fine beef cattle from the barn
of Griffin & Holder.
Thos. Suddeth and wife, of Talio,
Greenville county, were on'a visit
last week to Mrs. Suiddeth's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cisson.
Married, on the 26th ult., at
Pleasant Grove church, Mr. Philip
Rigdou to Miss Nannie Evans, A.
L. Edens, magistrate, officiating.
R. G. Gaines' beaminig coun ton
ance was seen circulating about
the streets of Pickons sale...day.
He said Central was holding her
0. T. Jones, of Farr's, was in,
Pickons on Friday last. He ro
ports inasles very prevalent in his
section, all his family being down
at one timo.
Comnissioner John A. Robin
son, of Dacusville township, was
in town Monday. He reports
measles very prevalent in his
Married, in Spartanbu rg coun ty,
on tho 30th January 1896, by 11ev.
C. L. Craig, Mr. Josso Ross, of
Pickens county, to Miss Dora
Vaughn, of Spartanburg county.
Marriod, on January 23d u lt.,at I
the residence of the brido, Mr.
John 11. Bowen, of Pickens couni
ty, to Mrs. Emma Hunt, of Gr-ooi
villo county. Rev. Thos. Lopr
Rev. Thios. Looper,of Farr's, has
without doubt officiated at more
marriages than any ot her one per
son in this State. He is now 8*0
years of ago, and has during his
career as a minister joined in wed
lock 480 white couples and 150
A Mr. Thoimason, of York coun
ty, was in this section last week
looking for a location for his saw
mills which he is now op)erating
near King's Mountain. He has a
fine mill and will move it to this
county if suflicient inducement is
hold out to him. His mill's ca
pacity is 10,000 feet por day. W'e
trust beo will dlecido to locate with
Married, on Su nday1, Februar~y
2d, .lK16, at the residence of the
bide's father, Mr. Lafayecto P'ace,
Mr. D. D). B. Jones, of Greonville
county, to Miss D~arcus Pace, of
Pickens county. M. F. I-estor, in
his usually graceful manner per
formed the ceremony. After the
marriage the guests were invited
into the dining room, where a
most bountiful repast was spread,
which they did ample justice to.
Several fine and usofui presents
were given the bride.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hester nee Whit
mire, widowv of the late Carr Hes
ter, died suddenly at her residence,
in this county, on last Sunday
night, 26th inst., at an advanced
age. She was probably the oldest
person in Oconee county, having
been born on the 21st (lay of March,
1798, thus making her nearly
ninety-eight years old. She was a
memboer of the Methodist church,
and her long life was fraught wvith
many deeds of kindness and wvorks
of love. Her body was buried at
the family burying ground, a~t Jo
cassee, on Tuesday, Rev. J. L. Mul-.
linix conducting the funeral servi
Thore wor~o four tracts of land1
sohll last Monday, and1( thiose by thle
J1. M. St ewarti, iia Oimtrati or, vs.
Tlhos. (nnon, et ail, triiet No. I.
1:10) acre~(s, was sold1 to J1. E'. .Ro.ggs
T1ract No. .2, 22 neros, was bid
in by (C. L. Ilollo'wworth for $2,3.
TIract Nto. h,, 100 acrosP~, wenit to
J. E. ioggs fo, $.! 19.50.
llogg~s for $75i.
Thoe Pickfons l iil's areI hitr'.t
ordered to mot of Ihlir 0rnmrv l'Vn
Saturday, 15th inst., forn dill I.
F. E.Cox, By order of
The JovUmN has TIlI E joHf
flcol; it has THlE iob prLinitCr, aiid
it has THE price~s that will suit
At tho earnest solicitation of
that popular young gentleian, Mr.
Lem Looper, the reporter of Tim
JOURNAL jumpod in a wagon be
hind a 'panimkiig pair of mul s and
ill front of a halo of cotton last
Woedniosdav an]d made a visit to
Eaisley. Wo fouid that progrossive
littlo city ippalnlitly prosporols
a nd forging slowly ahead. The most
not icealblo im provements that
struck our eye wore the now build
ings or Messrs. W. M. Hagood,
& Co., antd that of the Easley
Banking Conipialny which adjoin
each othor. Tho brick work of the
bank is entirely complete and the
masons were just starting on the
second story of Messrs. -Ingood
& Co's., structuro. When com
ploted those buildings would be an
ornament to a place of five times
the protentions of EaslOy.
Wo dropped in to see J. I-. Mar
till, on the ( co(rnr ial found him
the same Jake, just, as ploasant
and siuavo as ever, and content.
And why shouldn't he be content.
lie has a splendid stand, an ox
collent and large stock of goods,
sols lots of them and for cash at
that, and is ma king money. That
is en .ough to muiako anybody conl
vo called on Andy Wyatt, and
found him as usual, up to his eyes
in businoss solling goods. Andy
has a big line of' gonoral merchan
diso and a big trade.
Our next halting paco was that
of W. H1. Pickens. He has a com1u
plete stock of stoves, tinlware, &c.,
and overy ft I ity for repairing.
He is doing a good ind safo busi
Sam N. Wyatt is now running
the Easloy I[otel .ud has a good
share of patrona;,(. in conjunc
tion therewith ho Ias a first-class
livory and fed stablo. You can
depend on being fed woll and
treated the best when stopping at
tho Easley Hotel.
Wo polced our head ill to seo Mr.
W. C. Smith the cashier of the
Easley Bank. Io was there as lie
always is, chock full of business.
Thero is no finlor gentloman than
"Ches" and a hOtter, safer bucri
ness man would be hard to find.
Tho entiro banking business of
Pickens county ought to be done
through the Easloy Bank,
The Mountain View Hotel still
occlipi'. a promInont place in Eas
toy, 11t ollly i:1 sIte blit in patron
age. ir.( Corri M . Blaylock, the
propri-t-1r, i:; wne of1 the best hos
['s' t hat i[ inl South Caroli
Ila. Sho stin 3ll11 , ildividlual
all 1 <-iw of the house.
>1 's .I~lab1. i oA legant lady,
rnd tI' .le o :i:in \iPw Clioys a
I~ne l)atr'olinl ullder her mlatinge
A!0' ag'r1 ('uaton itill dis
po4hSing juis fice ati the samiuo old
stam and Uh in. wvorld seemtiS to be
uisin him well1.
WNo met Maj. D. F. Bradley
while there and ho seems to be
hloldhing his own with the rest of
mankind. The Major has a mag
ni ficen t residenco just on th,
edge of town and is 01ne of tho
staunch citizens of the commun
A. W. Folgor is still looking af
the beam3 atl th. e cotton warehouso.
G.1us is a1 mov ner and hmas handled
lots of colon1 this seafsoni.
A. S. Aik'n is still peggmng shioes
and(' mendling hairtess. Mr. Aikon
is a No. I shuenmaker and is always
71 b J. M~. lha p '3 y1 is ait the same
old1 plaic dea'lin~g out a general
stock to a good trado,.
Our stay in .l'asley was short,
but we stayed long enough to ob
serve that she is surely pushing
ahead. We are glad to see this,
for) the prosperity of any section
of our county is surely to tho ad
vimntage andl hettermnnt of all the
ot her soe tion! s,
It is oarnst)tly re(quesbted( that
our friends all over the county'
willI send us in anly and every itmu
of noews, peroa'sI:. etc. It is the
dlesiroe of tihe management to make
thiis pn1 per (emphlatical ly 'm-: neows
paper of the counI)ty, and1( with thme
co-operation of our friends we are
suro' to suicceedl. Please sond us in
any item of il torest.
Not less~ th1:111 a doze'n yolung farm
partLil's withtini one14 mile4 of Hliggs 'I'huis
shIows~ v what 9 (.ents cot Ion did(, but angers
a low price for ouri 'oinig crop.
SS'ervior '1( elendriks and1 subordina3te's
to (ir4ehnville tha 3 he preset'1 Cox br3idge'(
ville side~ .e4s in 3 elepirIable em01lition11
every winter41 and44 a grate fut llublic wonit4
apprecia'3':te :a 1h tIr road4.
If tin-1 :441n 3:43 4 oI IIn i-i21(nes "(1 Iob b :tr
in1& hon)4' - for' .!0 to~3' 14e4'iem (our gre''en
'113I l'44t ;'l'3 |I'' 14 foir 'O shotild he 3
Mor ( orn. more13 3341 3 a3t,
Le'Ss cot t333 dial I.. C t3 eatI.
All 0i14h 8 14o the :thovel' loetI y I:s ite
(' li34'r.'' a-'' hmbfllingf. So c'heer ye4
4y m 3 I iI 4i0-4. orehb for you41r 11in4
'V gto CLor3I (Good IlHea.
4 . :4. --,j]'het. na I .. ( a ar4 h.
.34. ii t)1re4 , Genera p0 ehii v.1( 11 e..' 1
( I.10 i.) is 11uanu1falcturId a1f 'r a lonyp
t ii tlre4-44 iptio o)14f an1 einenl'lt phy-li
blo od1411 uif. ag tOedi4cine4 in the3 world .
Orease is going to rise. Mr. Ton
ltidgens is a tatittg ia soa) factory en.
terplise for Kisley.
'IThere wVere( two Leal) Year c.
tertiainments iII the city th1e )atst week.
One at Dr. F"ank Smith's and another at
0. 1'. Mattn's.
"Tony' Stewart Is gracing our streets
Wilhi his presence this week.
Rev, Wood. of Fortal.atn in m1, I)relced
at the M. E. C:wreh the 2nd iist.
Tie sp-ireml ti;II wich was colIveving
the I ilerty DO-Il 11(1 escorts to I'hiliadel
phia was slatnickced for the south boIn(
vestibule, and give nmiy of our citizens
a chanec to see tho relic. By request of
the tatavor of Philadelphia one of our wee
belles "sat down oi it."
"Jesso" James, of 'cotton fime, will
spend (he first Sabath f1 Gree..
C. T. Martin will. leave for Alabama
Miss Ketidrick, cf Greenville county,
and Miss Mantle Allen, of Dlhlonega,
Ga., were visititing friends in Easley, the
latter part of the week.
Married. en thie morning of February
2d at t he resldenco of the bride's father,
Mis Lizzxie Kelly (o Mr. Fitzhugh liad.
ley, Rev. J. It.1tiley olllelating.r
Feb., 2d 1890. "M."
Capt. J. L. Thornley is in attend
ance on United States court at Green.
ville this week.
A correspondent from Easley "bobs
up serenely in this issue of THE JOUR
NAL. We certainly appreciate bis of.
fusion and heartily trust he will con
tinue to "bob."
W. W. Kder, accompanied by L.
C. Thornley and F. E. Cox, drove
imne miles north of Pickens Saturday
night, and captured a hundred-gallon
still, and destroyed twenty stands of
beer. Jack Stansell, was on the prem.
ies seemingly preparing to go to
work. He was taken under the fold
of the oflicers.
Tho closig oxercises of Soap
Stono sch1ool (colored) taught by
C. T. Miller, of Pickens, wias held
on the "1st ult. At an carly hour
the house was filled with patrons
and visitors. The first one on the
stago was tho teachor who gave the
introductory speech. Then thoro
wias a panorma, chants, dialogues,
trios and a gymnastic song, that
fillod overy one with. laughter. So
ended ono of tho host short torins
in the i:istory of tho school. Wo
hopo tho trustees will employ him
for the next term for.11 hIas won
the respoci; of overi pupil and pa
t.ion and wo commend him to any
school as a first-class toachor.
A regular mooting of tlo 3rd
district Allianco will be held at
;, S. C. (n Friday, 7th day
>I February next at 7:30 P. M.
JxO. C. WN'rixs,
Sec. :"d District Allianeo.
.For sullO Or trado, my placo mI
side the corporato limits of the
town of Pickenis, containing t
andthre-quarilter' acrws ofground.
Two(god dellintgs oni same anud
necesaryout bu11idings. Will sell
cheap for' ensh or' trade for farm
oug land ; fine well of wvater.
W. C. BR.AMLETT.
I intend going out of b)usiness
and for that purpose overything in
my store will be sold at COST to
dlisp)os( of them. This is 1no hum
b)ug but a real reality, so como in
and1( got the pick. Tihlis is for sp)ot
cash. Th'ero atro quite a number
who have not yet settled their mn
deobtediness to me1. I want to re
mind such that I still needl the
money and1( they will oblige me by
comning up prompItly and settling.
W. C. BRAMLETT.
rVT JouHxAr. is pub1lishing the
list of subscriborms, as they pay, and
will take it as a favor if' any ono is
omnittedl that it bo rorted to the
Seal bids wihi be receivecd at my
oflice until the 17th inst., for a bill of
square green heart pine bridge lumn
beo', per 100 feet, thirty thousand
feet on the west side of Twelve Mile
iver and the same amount at the
side track. Bloth nearl thte Norriis
Cotton Mill, to be delivered by the
15th of March, 189(6.
PHI UfN and PILAX
FOR TH-E PHOL.KS.
Oats is the word. Nowv is the
timte. lie re is the place.
A large ha4 of good( corn and a
qutantity of pensW, and1 they all
wantii to be moved out of the way.
Far'ming~ and (GardeIn Tlkola, Cat'
peters' lilackamthts' and Shoe
and Stoves, New Shoes and 11ats,
New Clothing and New IDry Goods
of all kinds, and more to arrive.
A Happy and Prosperous
To all our friends and custoters.
We are making preparations for the
largest year's butsiness we haive ever (done1.
New an1d seasonable goods arriving ev
cry day. Cone to see us.
J. MoD. BRUCE.
P. S.-If you haven't made settlement
please do so at once, alnd save expense of
Seiding to see you.
1835 m 1 'wAi. 1895.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
H. C. MARKLEY,
Who Also Sells the
The ,. Studebaker .". Wagons
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, Hardwarc, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory,
G W. SIRBINE, Superintendent.
WNro intend to macke this spaeo
ono of the bost savings hanks inl
Groom illo. All money delpsited
in it will save you from 10 to 25
Tho abovo imed goods will he
sold this wook at a great sacriliie.
JONES & GARRISON
Regulators of Low Prices.
Greenvillo, S. C.
NEW SHOE STORE.
MILLER & CRUIRSHANkS
With a new and well selected stock of
Ladies' andl Gentlemen's Finc Shoes a specialty.
Receiving goods every day diret fromi the IFactories.
(WShoes Neat, Comfor table and Lasting.
No. 105 N. M AIN ST RE ET, Creenville, S-C.
(2WAgents for the W. L. DOUGLASS Warranted shoes. oct~m3
JoB *,-P RJNTING! hUHS TNE
WANTED la ~ - i ~r~
TO HAT THE JOURNAL "ok~to"Fgrs
NOW IIAS A ll(jlil'i(Ille.
JOB 0OF'FICEi AKN1IGIS
CONNEC'TED WITH IT ocf
SECOND) NONE io~, C ~KY
IN UPPER SOUTH CAROLINA. PhscaanSugn
CONSULJT OUR P'RICES; Ofc thsrsdnoMi tet
EXAMINE OUR WORK, 9u~iN 84 ___
US YUR ~IThave I a vfielo of
All odersll'"ail vid1esCanVO Docwxwil take1
I illorrie ~ F ~tr1i . IFOABLOOD'A SKIDISEAS
Physicen anbSrouh ltebym., n
offle a phrelmsec mul i S r eope t.
Beig aout tis pia ~f ur nspr ~ SCRUAfa b8, 18 ER94.ZMA
Le etit usRNNNGbear fromb fr hebetyou. nl
Al rer y mal wll rci e .6btsfr3. o aebdrgl. 4
IncihtO wAth ourMa 6pape r- OneHaf25.h
'1lura jouua , i (Ic b farl rs fr furn andOneHal TIr -
Aunit er b I renew i ild t'.Cie and hpayengorinaldvanter,
deprtsG ut, alceib at aitesitpiemsse
Is enorta iii g an I Sarveci..e
Rese.'no iadge tisgratagicltsr CPLayinggwoth
al jourutl, Doe 5,18S'
A. G. Wyatt,
EASLEY S. C.
ATEI TW GOODS
Just arrived and Cheap. Como
and see them.
Mir-Thoso who owe me will pleaso
como and pay without further delay
A. . WYATT,
oct3tt Easley, S. C.
LEWIS & SON,
did not sell cheap for CASH
Has Run Aways
Go It sore,
Just as sure
As it wIce two's fonr
You'l (lie poor.
Ie' orter have left sooner
While his accoilit was smaller.
1u let him go,
Ile 'aint, no good you know.
You good fellows who are going
to stay and pay will need sonm1 Seed
Oats and Pllows to make a crop. We
have thern for you. Ve also live
PLOUR, AMLASSE1CS, COFiFE,'
CAN GOODS, SVGAlt, Rt1CE ,
GlolTs AND LARlD,
and several other good things to help
you on. Ciu.. Fon C.Asn.
When in Pickens come ill.
We want to sell you Guano, the
Tuip will tell you about it.
John T. Lewis & Soni!
GOODS By The Cargo!
L.52nd2)1 (f G(,(Il24 inl 111 2 ti i o ie e.
Th 1t . . I I( S. A . I k.r gini hI:1-k
for thIe rest, of Ilh sl to k, si ill :a few ,b.1y.
\V. innyt\ (.4nu1t, mn a fu1 lll ll.ppl fro b giti
ItunI g too 4-11d,
w 111ve al 11t11411.l i'ioillectioll if woli10r'.
uhlly bev:nitifiul liss D ;oort1. All Ih- niew
weavces inl the4 nlwv I-1o lrin anlol , 1- 4.4r
miixinres.1 se-1tell vanrefully am111u4t1t
sell i"ea \. " iwe ltvin't .h",h L." I .1
(if StY is." (, n2 ft, alwayV is i. 1
foireur inst151i t he nei we~Vst. lelinh . atly les
fashion Ioich 1'II)ri.s h inls.
.All dlepartinents' are taiking inl stock .a:p
idly aml22 inl 2 ftew. i 1 day we1 hop toi~l hav
MCALUSTER & IJEATTIE.
O3 and (65 Main, 'treet , renie, -i. C.
(Next door to Narlona inn k )
Telephione No. 87.
.I 11han k tny friendis for 18.15 favorsil'. M.y
beist,2:1. seri is at yur comma222121 for 18tOi.
As it r x L have111 a lot,1 oLi I f warran1IIItol a2xes
left at. 05 cenit s,a lilt if goi xtvii (shovls
for 500', forks -10lt, eiillar padis, threei huiok
for 2iii, a1 jiob lot oif boi y2.' pan~ts '25i, mns'
glolli j211nn411111 ran t ' , lig lo t. of clotiniig
1an1d over1cts, hioyst hats1 25i', men2'S haltS
25nd up(121. (Good2 stroung lintfen 5 lbs for
$81.00, vtery besti korino 111iil. 15 per gal
giood toba i~ccoi 20C per 1h. 511dn2 2delier ih.
My fourth sh~iinent, (If shoes fior thlis wi'lu
ter1 are now1. encin g inl, the prlit'n mo~ives
themll out. All wooil tilling jienna1 at 20i perL
yardt. I don12't hny1 goiods1 to keep Am iiisalt.
.Comei to see (2ue.
T. D. HAFR RIS.
Propiet'or (If lhe ('ash Stor'e.
Janl. 3 95. P'i(kensl', S. C.
Land for Sale.
A tract. 21f 11am4 on Greigiiry's" Cr eek fouar
mlueslo fromi P'iickens', conin1in g 300) ne(res,
50) neresin aI fino 1 tat2 of212 en (IIitivation0, bal-.
ancot~ 1n original21 forest. WVill b12 xcohl at
pirivaltoi 811n i t low'1 iures and12 on2 enny3
telrmsl. Appjly to 'T. C. flOOBINSON, Pick
enlS, S. (C.
Pure Buckwheat Flour from
HiarwoodI county, N. C., with
genuine Tar' H-e flavor.
Klingler's unadlul tor'ated Penn
Klinglcr's prepolaredl Buck
Ralston Health Food.
Ralston Pan cako Flour.
Ralston Healith Flour at
131. J W.NOlI WOOI), Dentist. Dr.
S/ W. M. N(,1wooni2, Assistant. O)llcc,
88 anStreet, G.reenlville', S. U.
r\11. J1. P. CAtllI~sri, Dentist (Gre--n.
vil yle, S. ( . Ollic over Addiison &
Mc~uee's Drua'g Storo.
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