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The People's Journal.,
All job printing is cash on do
An infant child of Dr. J. J. Mor
gan, died on the 8d inst.
Mr. Samuel Robertson, of Pra.
ters, made Ti JOULNAL a pleas
ant call Monday.
L. E. Hunnicutt killed a pig
last Friday 6 months old that
weighed 196 pounds.
Mr. George Rooke, who has been
at Pacolet for some time, was on
our streets last Satuaduy.
Miss Olivo Thornley and her
brother, John Thornloy, are visit
ing in Anderson this week.
W. J. Ponder and J. W. Thomas
of the Saluda side of our county,
were in Pickens one day last week.
It must be remembered that all
tributes of respect, obituaries, &c,
exceeding ten lines will be charged
The JOURNAL has THE job of
fice; it has THE Job printer, and
it has THE prices that will suit
Dr. Porter, of Westminster'
was in Pickens last Monday with a
view to locating for the practice
of his profession..
Thomas Powers, of the Keowee
side, was in town Monday, shaking
hands with his numerous friends
Mr. T. K. Hudgens, of Easley,
was perambulating our streets
Monday. He made the JOURNAL
a very pleasant call.
Rev. W. M. Harden was down
in Anderson county last week. On i
his return trip home he preached
at Fairview and Ruhama.
Born to Mr. and Mis. Frank R.
MClanaliani last Friday morning
a boy and girl. Both are doing
well. Dr. Earle was in attendance. t
An exchange says strenous ef
forts are being made to establish i
a corset factory at Rome, Ga., and s
adds by way of comment that of t
course it will be a tight squeeze if
they get it.
A dog belonging to Mr. Jas.
Han dricks, near Liberty, got some
thing wrong with it last Sunday
mornin and snapped and snarled
at everything and everybody. Ho
was soon despatched with a load
Married, on Sunday afternoon,
February 9th, 1896, at the resi- I
dence of Thos. R. Price, in Pick- i
pps, ip. F. Parsons to Miss Crecy
Rogers, aldaughter of Mr. Francis
Rogers. Rev. J. M. Stewart per- <
formed the ceremony.<
In another column wvill be found I
the advertisement of the South
Carolina Cotton Oil Company, of i
Greenville. It will pay you to
road it and then call on them, if I
you decide to purchase you will be <
fairly and squarely dealt with. t
WV. B. Lewvis, who now lugs a '
grip, dropped in home last Friday I
from a trip to North Carolina, i
where he has been selling lots of
hardware for a Baltimore house. 1
13, is a hustler, And there is no
doiubt of liis getting up (p G i
liis new avocation.
See change in ad of Rt. L. R. I
Bentz, in this issue. This house E
is too wvell known to need any ex..
tended comment, suffico it to say mn
that you will not be consulting i
your interest if you fail to call on'
R. L. Rt. Bentz when in Greonvilieb
and wanting anything in his line.
On the 17th inst., Mr. Rt. A.
powsp will have been postmaster 1:
at Pickens two years. During that P
time he has lost just two days o
time from his dtip, pne day -t a~
the burial of his mother-in- law, Is
the late Mrs. Mi. M. Morgan, and P
the other to attend the funeral g
nf his sister-in-law, the late Mrs. si
Maio Bolt, who (lied some twen- II
ty months ago. Thig is certainly b~
a good record for punctuality.
Following is a list of new board
ers who have had their names en
tored on the register of Hotel Mc
Danmel since th6 sitting of the 9'
United States court at Greenville: I
Joseph Kelley, two sentences, six C
-weeks each ; Wayiman Kelley, one 'I
month ; J. W. he ad, two mopthe ;
o3n P. Ellenburg, two moi ths; E. Ih
II, Galloway, three months. The
above list will be augmented this Cl
wook by at least two or three more. g
Isaac MeXaniel, aged about 19'
years of age, son of Hlonry Mc- mi
Daniel, died on the 5th inst. He ti
had typhoid fever and took the g
measles which carried him off.
The remamns wvere buried from the
Dacusville Methodist clhurch on
the 6th. His death is a fearful a
loss to his family and his wide cir- r
ele of' friends and conneections, I
all of whom have the doepest sym- a
pathy of the people of the coun
JF. JPostr erith, of Tm'ble Rock,
was in Pickens Monday. Mr. *
Keith is running the Table Rock
Hotel and is making quite exton- r
sive preparations to entertain an
increased number of visitors this f
year to that popular summer re-j
treat. He is known far and wvide e
as a first-class host and we are
satisfied that thie people will glng t
ng byttpr pitpo,pior piore romantle a
piountain aconery In all the Blue i
Ridge than by visiting Table Rook. I
Miss Lila Harris, of Field, is
risiting in Pickens this week.
Master Baxter, son of J. C. Cis
3on, of Rock, is quito ill with
3neumonia. Dr. Crenshaw is at
Married, on the 2d inst., at the
'esidence of W. F. Hondricks,
qiss Lu6y Ann Whitmire, of Ta
>l Mountain, to Mr. T. Whito, of
Pelzer. Magistrato W. F. Ion
The.Washington, Post Almanac
kud EncyclopediA recently issuod
)y the Washington Post is on our
ablo. It is a book full of useful
nformation of all kinds and the
rery thing to havo around a house.
[t is nicely bound in bluo paper
mnd the price is 25 cents.
Mr. S. Cherry McX'horter cole
)rated on Sabbath the 2nd inst.,
2is 70th birthday. He has a scare
>f descendants, the most of whom
Nere present, together with his
pastor to express their congratu
lations, and partake of the good
3heer which had been provided for
Ahe occasion. He has bobn for
nany years a menmbor of the Car
aiel Presbyterian Church with
which his children are also con
lected, one son,B. V. A~cWliorter,
being a ruling elder thereof. May
11e be spared to soo many happy
'eturns of the day.
The farners put in, good time last week
retting oats sown and preparing for uore
,oftonl. Thile Slabtown farmers received
oie of their fertilizers here last week
LIld had good weather and good :oads to
laul them over, a ratre thing for the past.
The measles are still prowling around
ere AL little, bit, they han v' abo.mIt used up
11 available material, it. seems.
Miss Lula Pedatn,of Laurens county, is
Issitinl Dr. -heldoi.
Mlis 'lorence Welborn, of the Easlev
ection, and her mu tisic leachter. of Oco
ec, visited Miss Emmna Smn ithla11st week.
Dr.Sheldoii and wife viited the latter's
,iaents at Poweis, Lautreis county, hist
What an uproar in the camp of the
'Ihilistines, caused by one 1en I illmnti,
s they call him, ithatj "G3alvai e lit
ery, of South Carolitin,'' sent to Wasi.
)gtoll to electrify the capitol a little bit
1ith hIs old rusty pitclfork. WeI notlee
, has put old ''A miiz iug Blosh'' and his
atalites to rip))ing, raving and k nasinitg
hleir teeth. While we are nLot nor never
,*lts hiide bound oil Senator TilIma n or
n)y other man111 1is to 1ha1t, we (10oi admire
atme traits that he profes.es. We always
dmnire mianhood that speaks conlviethion
tibiased by 2ntrow prejmlie. Not, tle
ired lackey (of sonie enimiy of hiimnnity
s Is the case with some of the foilest of
Ct.ing, if tot lttering howlers, to whieb
eniator Tillinan itteran ces are a's nootn
213 to-naighit, C.
Mn[u. EI)iTOn: As I iiever see anything
I y0111 paIper from the Lone Star State,
will take it upetn myself to pent 30u a
This state Is progressIng finm In [lhe way
f agricutlturte, undor the ChteIImistance.05
'here was not more thatn on-halu f cr'op of
ottoni made(1 last y13ar, but fr'om whlat I
an learn the farmers arie prepaing to in
recase the acreaige thuis yeat'.. Corni wais
11ne, It avetrged forty bushels per' aicre
thereo I was. It sold ftrom 12% to 23 cents
or bushel. I saw sonme sell for 18 centis
helieil and sacked, and the shellitng cost
cents amlu sacking 2%4 cents petr bush~el,
mtvinig 11%~ cenuts fotr th farm'ner. A great
eal of It Is shipped to Mexico, and someW
WeO are having some (disa2greeable~
(eaither0 at presentt. It hass beeni rinming'
r' Ithe past week, antd Is sleet ing today.
lou31 can tnot tell antin~g about the sent1 h
ritn T. xaIS. It may13 lbe clear12 :uid( w2armt
tu in h.-ss tine thanit two hours it may2t
e fr'eez tg col. When yout see a dark
lotid in tho NorthI about a hle size' of a
e1 (I Ii't . you tmay look ouit for a1 North
i 1'. c.,'ry lmy ovec'a2t andl~ slicker w1it h
ue as r. galar as5 1 dco my hat, in facet, I
are .hem''a a great many113 times wheni my1
ait Is fifteen or' twetity yairds aiway from
I silm now in It ill county~ on the l1,azus
ruer. Of all1 the farms ini this 32la10 this
21a fIne oneo. 'lThere aire over 3,0;.0 acrtes
i cult iva tioni an d ntot a1 fence runnting
tirough it. It Is aill in one fleld at will
e pla2n11ed in cottoni thtis y0ear. CTe gin
situate~l in the center' of the fiel and1
Des tieoOther gilitlig except for tis
Trhis p'art of the coutnty Is pre.tty thiek
settled1. 'lTbc lartgest porItion oif the
fople a150 farmaers anl are doing wvell.
I visited1 1r. Clark ichardlil'tson sand fami
y' some1 titme aigo, anid I muist say3 thast I
1ever mt(up with a cleverer* famnily. }[le
locaited at lum and( is get ting sill thte
raetlee ite cani possIbly (10. lie' is pro0
'es.sing as Iltue as8 any) one0 could wish.
I will close as I tam aifraid this wIll
rike your~ wate1 baisket full banitded tind
it doe1s happon to get in printt you1 may13
h othler'od wIth tme ttgain.
Wishting y'ou andt Tusi~ JOvInAT much
ecess, remint as ever, A lIisit.
Hill coutnty, TIexais, Feb., 2t1, '00.
Ti s has been ani tunevenit fiul week, a
wv air castles have been built an w,1 V M.
tagood's btick bolding is rapid y belig
Onie of'oure M. D)'s.lnoticing Mr. C. W.
2iylor, t he tom2b stonie v'onder, apprlloti'Sh
gta houtse he laid juist left., itnquiired why23
(Tasy lot) wuas fol lowrIng hhn21 around1(?
Quite a tnmber of halrdI shell lap lt Iis
ere0 "d(10n) up," 'iTthursday3 evetnhig at
to hospitabto home of .Jatmes I!. 11la
Dod, by the Easley I rtattIc Clitb. Dr.
.F. Smtiith an~d his estimable wIfo wem e
M:, .J 11, T1aylor, canv'assing agetnt for
to sadjutstable Paitternt Co., IS a1 guest of
20 Ea2sley I lotel and11 reporIts buisiness
and1 in his li::e. ME,.
Feb, 10, '96.
We have t he usuat~l compiilaint In this
~etion, emeasles, and 1they (It not seem to
spec('t rae, color (22 prieviouts cotnditiotn,
ut, take all.
0O ' CrO. scoI i. c't'losed L1 u tilte 17thI last
nd( almost all butsin~ess except, runnintig
)r thme dloctor Is suispt'tiledl
Tr. .J. Cissoni, 11. I1. Williams santd Mr's.
lar'indta Clarik sare seriously~ ill.
Geo, ii. 11021dricks hiaw :2ble a new 20u
srn mil to his manutihfactuii g pl itt and2(
.A. Greetn, It is saitd, n ill atll a fort iliz
r plant to hiis atlread u syi)t) e''talish
Mesars. Wlumpey & Roper, the p.ottiry~
Ima, have dissolvedl par'tesip, andit
meh 0110 now bas a Laetor'y of his owin inl
ti blast, suplyig verybodly with
TChero hasi been tmoreo whelat sowtn ini
uis sectl4n thant fti'tmorti y. Thie cott ''i
arngo will be0 about the satme as la-'t
eat', TPhere Is lIkely to be miore oats,
31r), pOtaitoes, pta8 atnd ind1(ar'.
ob- 10th, '1)0.... rmt T.o.
Wesf U1d a& lieiaans.
In a write up of the numerous
business firms in a recont issue of
the Semi-Weekly Greonville Nows,
we Cligthe following in regard to
that well known house of West
field and Hollams:
Tho leading furniture house in
Greenville is that of Westfield &
Hollans. They oCcupy five largo
rooms, each 20 by 100 feet, with
basement same size with elevator
giving the entiro building for their
g'neral stock. That is one floor
is occupied by chairs and rockers,
another by fino parlor euits, and
another by beds of all kinds. In
addition to this is a warehouse
and factory of brick, 60 by 150
foot in which matrossess are man
ufacturod, as are also rustic chairs
of which the firm makes a special
ty. In this large building up
holstory and repairing of all kinds
of furnituro and renovating of
mattresses is also done whilo the
main storo would soem amplo for
a city much larger than Green
villo, this enterprising firm has
found it necessary and profitable
to maintain a branch store in the
Wost End, which is managed by
Brown and Ware. The business
is not confined to retail trade in
Groonville and adjoining counties,
but the wholesale trade which is
rapidly growing is extending into
other States. While cash talks
loudly at this store, ae it always
does, the installment plan works
admirably woll, and many are the
customers who buy on that plan,
gotting furniture on small pay
mnonts at what it costs themn at
other placos, for the spot cash.
This firm is well known, and what,
they say is a guaramtee. Mr.
Wostfield was born in Greonvillo
and needs no introduction. Mr.
1ollJams is well known. -Te was
burn in Laurens county, but has
been hore eighteen years. He
clerked for a number of years for
Cely Bros. and in 1882 wont in the
general mercantile supply busi
ness and establised a very large
trado. Boing tired of business he
went t3 the country throo yoars
ago, and roturned last July and
embarked in the prosent business,
and with his experience it is of
course understood that it is a big
success. Thoir motto is a clean
storo, a clean stock, new men,
now prices, easy terms. It will
pay you to look in upon them and
sco their stock and get prices, see
the beautiful pictures in the win
The Pickons Riflos are horeby
orderod to moet at their armory on
Saturday, 15th inst., for drill.
By order of
F. lE. Cox, T. J. MAULDIN,
I intend goin~g out of business
and for that p~urlpos0eoverything in
my store will be sold1 at COST to
dispose of them. This is no hum
bug but a real reality, so come in
andI get tihe pick. This is for spot
cash. Thlore are quite a number
who have noet yet settled their in
debtedness to mil. I want to re
mind such that I still nleedI the
money and they will obligo me by
conming ump promptly and( settling.
For salo or trade, my p)laoo in
lide) the corp~orato limit~s of the
town of Pickents, contlain ing two
md three-qjuarter acres of ground.
1'wo) goodI( dwellinigs onl same and
necessary out bitildings. Will sell
:hoeap for cash or tradet for farm
ing land ; tine well of water.
Wanted evoiybody to know thlat
[ho JOUnINAT. tow has one of the
best equip)pedl job departments iin
tipper South Carolina. The fact
Lliat it is under thle management
>f that wvell known job) printer, J.
li. Kinch, is a sufficient guairanteo
that the work turned out from the
JoRnNAI. will b)0 first-class in every
partlcular. Our prices will alway
be as low as thle lowest. Orders
by mail prompl~tly attendled to.
Sendi uis slme News.
It is earnestly requestod that
ur friends all over the county
will sonad us ill any and every item
f nmews, lporsonale, otc. it is the
losiro of thle mlanagemo1ut to make
this paper emphatically TUE nows
aper of the county, and with the
xo-operation ot our friends we are
mnre to succeed. Please send( us in
miy item of i terost.
The JOURNAL, is publishing the
list of subscribers, as they pay, [and(
tvill take it as a favor if any one is
>mfitted that it 1bo rep~orted to the
how to Enmjoy (ail Ileatlila.
If .vou are0 sufferinig w ith ainy aldgi or
loo<1 dlimease, RhUaca1is, Cat arrh,
leers, Old1 Sores, General D~ebllity, etc.,
end stampil to the leeod Balm Ca , At
anta, Gam., for b)ookc of wonadet ful cures,
irec. Th'is book will point thie way to
pee~dy recovery. BotanIc Blood lialm,
11. It B.) Is mainuifnetured abter a long
e'sted~ prcip~~ltlon of anm omliinent phi~.
inni, annl is the be-st hmulldlig iup and1
>lood pif yling miedichiie in the world.
Iowa: e of siubstituites. P'rice $1.00 for
arige b)Ot t Ie. See adlvertiseimet else whl' (.
For sal by Dra uggsts. feb27
HOW WILLIE SAVED THE HOME.
I flaw in our A dvocate that the Coin silverware Co.,
of columbus, Ohio. would flood a mampi, seot of flix ei.
e latdo tea eon fo 6t c. tain p. I se it and go
ten sots and ma do $.j0. Everybody asked biought.
They wore so and~ as taice as they could act in
thef~o fogt aI Ret. The accond day I could only
i talf Ut an~d I sold eight sets. The first week
everyonao buy no s~ile spoons for los an it woud
aro many wanting moet-ey, and this is a chance that
houl e oied sat o . e. Anyone can aet a sample
Subscribe for THm JOUNAL.
Out of the Race.
Ex-President Harrison is not a
candidate for the presidential
nomination of his party. That
matter is definitely settled by his
letter announcing that his friends
are not to make any effort in his
- He does not say that he would
not accopt the nomination under
any circumstances, and there is
no good reason why he should.
H6 does not wish to enter public
life again, but there might arise a
condition of affairs that would
make it his duty to become his
party's standard bearer. The na
tional convention might find it
difficult to nominate any other
man, and might tender the nomi
nation to him cn the ground that
the good of his party required his
acceptance of it. Under such
circumstances he could not well
It would seem that the situation
in aia 'deiiiidymgggpc
of an American war vessel in that
harbor. Reports are to the effect
that the anti- Amorican feeling is
running high aiong the Spaniards
of that capital, on account of res
olutions recently reported in con
gress, and that there is danger of
an outbreak against citizens of
this country. In that .event a
strong war vessel should be at
hand to protect them. There are
two battleships in Admiral Bunces
squadron, fighters as good as there
aro afloat. It seems pretty well
settled that Great Brilian's flying
squadron will not need the atton
tion of Bunco's squadron, hence
one or more of the battle ships
nught be detached and sent to fa
vana without great risks. The ca
bles announo that Englaud has
ordered a warship to Cuba to pro
tect Ei"nglisli interests. This coun
try should not be slower that, En
gland to look out for its people.
One ovening Toni leod was din.
ing at a swell Washington restau
rant, says the St. Louis Republic.
A newspaper correspondent, de
siring to see hini on important
blusiness, peoped into the dining
room, but did not recognize him.
The landlord went in and brought
Mr. Reed out, whereupon the
scribe said: I saw you in there,
but mistook you for President
Cleveland, Reed solnmn - as an
owl, replied: "For heavens sake,
novor lot Cleveland know that for
he is too vain of his beauty now."
In order that yca may grow
.We recommend for your con
sideration the use of COTTON
SEED MEAL, with Acid Plhos
phate or Dissolved Bone. This
Cheapest and Best
Fortiliger on the market,
Call and sco us and get our
prices before buying elsewhere.
Cotton Oil Co.,
Creenville, 8. C.
Seal b~ids wihi be received at my
fhice until the 17th Inst., for a bill of
squiare green heart pine bridge lumn
bor, per 100 feet, thirty thousand
feet on the west side of Twelve Mile
River and' the same amount at the
aide track. Both near the Norris
Jottoni Mill, to be delivered by the
1 5th of March, 1896.
PIIUN and PHAX
FOR TH E PHOL.KS.
Oats is the word. Now is the
time. Here is the place.
A large lot ,of good corn and a
juantity of peas, and they all
want to be moved out of the way.
Irish Potatoes. '9
Farming and Gardlen Tools, Car
pentors' Blacksmiths' and Shoe
and Staves, New Shoes and Hats,
New Clothmng and New Dry Goods
of all kinds, and more to arrive.
Come and see.
W. T. .M'PcaZ
A Itappy and Prosperous
To all our friends and customers.
We are making preparations for the
Iargest year's business we have ever done.
New and seasonable goods arriving ev
ery day. Come to see us.
J. MoD. BRUCE.
P. S.-If you haven't made settlement
please s o so at c11e, and save expense of
sending to see you.
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, Hardware, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G W. SIRBINE, Superintendent.
"F'O O T "%? : .
NEW SHOE STORE.
EILLER & CRUIKSIANkS
With a new and well selected stock of
'3ooCts Antxcl 2!926 =
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes a specialty.
Receiving goods every day direct from the Factories.
tWShoes Neat, Comfortable and Lasting.
li1iler -* -.1ci g
NQ. 105 N. M AIN ST RE ET, Creenville, S.. C.
GirAgents for the WV. L. DOUGLASS Warranted shoes, oct3m3,
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EASLEY Se C.
Just arrived and Clicap. Come
and see them.
iW-Those who owe me will please
come and pay without further delay
A. G. WYV ooe
LEWIS & SON,
(lid not sell cheai for CASH
Has Run Away.
., o It 6ore,
C" *t4.Lst it's s I Ine
Yott'Ii die 0
le orter have left $oo .
While his account wasn a .
- But let him go,
lie 'aint no good you know.
You good fellows who are going
to stay and pay will need some0 Seed
Oats and Plows to inake a crop. We
have them for you. Ve also hive
FLOUR, MO LASSES, COFleRE,
CAN GOODS, STGAl, RICE,
GRITS AND LARD,
and several other good things to help
you on. C -'1t1 you CAsn!.
When in Pickens cone in.
We want to sell you Guano, the
Tup will tell you about it.
John T. Lewis & Son!
GOODS By The Cargo!
Ionals of Good(4 lit atnd tuore to count.
The It. & 1). aind S. A. L. nare gotue balc
for the rest of the stovk, Ho lin a few days
we may onnut on a fill suipply fronl begin..
inog to end.
we have inusultlHtal (c ollectiont of wonder..
fully hentiftil Dress (ooi. All tibe new
weaveS inl tie eW c01411 lgs il n colored
iixtitres elected einretfitly an1d latught to
1ell chea1(1p. "we haven't. .);)h Lots itid vast
ol Stylesi."' Our effort alwaiys i to put, lhe
fore our uunomers the necwesHt reilnle tylesi
Everything here stanhds thne trt, of fashi
lon's rule, so you ennx buy your Drces withn
'Trimmnings anud TLinings of tihe newest
fashnion to matchn )ress ( Goodi.
All depaurtments are tak1(1ing in stock rap
idly andmi in a few daiys we hnopo to haivti
them full fromt top to bottomn.
MCAlISTERI & BEATTIE.
6and 6 Mainn Street, Greenville, S. C,
(Next (1oor to Natlionaml BankL )
'Pelephnonne No. 87.
P. S. Jiutterick lUniternc.
I thnank mny friends for 189i5 favors. My
best servic'e isi att 01 y n ouummamtl for 18901.
As a starter I have a lot, of warnranted atxes4
left at.65 cents, ia lot of geoodel [cc shovels
for 50e, forks -100, ('1llar humds, thnree hooks
for 25k, a jiob hot of boys' pants 2ct, menst'
good jeains pants 50e', hig lot of clotinug
and overentt, hoys hamts 250', men~t'w hats
25le and up. G ;ood strong coflee 5 lbs for
$1.00, very best kersne oil. 154', peri gal.
good tobacco 20c peir i I. soda 2%c4 per lb.
My feuirthn shipment of shnois for this win..
ter are now comlning inn, thne price inioves
thnemt out. A ii wooili lli ng jeans ait 20e per'
yard. I dont't buy~ goods to keep). Am .sat..
Isfl iithn a smnall proft.
Como to Hee mie.
T. D. HAR RIS.
P'rop~rietor of tine Cashn store.
Jan. 3 95. Pickemns, S. C.
Land for Sale.
A tract of lamd on (Gregory's Creek four
mileks from Ickens, containing 300 acres,
50 acre~s in a fine state of cnitivation, bal..
anice in original for'est. \Vlll be siold at
pri vato salie ant low Ii 'nres and ont easy
termns. Apply to Ti. C. R'OllINSON, Pick
ens5, 8. C.
Puro Buckwhoat Flour from
Harwood county, N. C., with
genuine Tar' Hool flavor.
1K1inglor's un adIul trated Penn
Klngler's p~rep~ared Buck
Ralston Realth Food.
Ralston Pancako Flourl.
Ralston Hecalth Flour at
I. J.W NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
WM.Ninwoon., Assistant. Omlc,
883 Main Street, Greenville, 8. C.
Jan. 0, '02 y
D R.J. P. CARLISIE, Dentist Groon.
ville, S. C. Oflico over Addison &
Mc(~ee's D~rug Store.
. * OAVgATW
)~fl~~ 3' RCOPDWYIONT 'ioc.
oder 6 utet taken ou by us s brought beore.
the publi0 by a notico given free of chargeoti te
man shoul be without it Nek 3