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The People's .Journal.
Mr. B. S. Freeman, of Briggs,
was in town Tuesday.
Miss Lizzie Mauldin, of near
Easley, is visiting at Landrum.
Robt. Lathem, of Easley, was
laid up with measles last week.
Miss Mattie Rester, is visiting
the Misses Harris, of Field, this
Mr. Goo. Robinson is now clerk
ing for Mr. J. E. Robinson at
Drop your eye on what T. D.
Harris, the cheap cash man has to
say this week.
Miss Hortense Mauldin, who has
been visiting at Kingstree, is
at home again.
So far there are seven getting
themselves in trim to make the
Mr. I. H. Philpot, of Dacusville,
made the JOURNAL a very agreea
ble call Monday.
Mr. John D. Harris anid wife, of
Greenville county, are visiting at
Mr. T. D. Harri'.
Rev. B. Holder returnod Thurs
day from a vioit to his daughter
Mrs J. Boatwright, at Polzor.
Mr. John Craig has opened up
a general stock of merchandise in
the J. N. Howard stand at Easley.
Married, on Friday, February
14th, in Easley, 1y the Rev. J. F.
Anderson, Mr. Bud Nalley,to Miss
Married, February 11th, at the
residence of Rev. W. J. Sheriffs,
Mr. B. F. Holcombe to Miss Ves
~fa' King, both of Pickens county.
Roy. W. M. Harden will preach
at Dacusville next Sunday, at
which time memorial services will
be held in 'respoct to Isaac Mc
Rev. W. M. Hardin has changed
nis appoirtimiont at the Mothodist
church in town from the first Sun
day to tho sicond Sunday in each
month. H1i6 next meeting will be
on the second Sunday in March.
Homer A. Richey has been ap
pointed to a position in the rail
way mail service, lie will report
at Charlottto, N. C. the latter part
of this month for duty. He will
run on the road betwen Charlotto,
N. C. and Jacksonvillo, Fla.
'Our correspoudents will be par
ticular to write on only one side
of their paper. A printor never
turns a sheet of copy over. A
very important notice was missed
last wook on account of both sides
of the paper being written on.
Magistrate Cu reton at Easley
says that Judge Lathem wvould
make a good corono-r. Woe have
heard that the Judge is one of the
finest in sitting at bodies of tur
key, chicken, quail, in termningled
wvithi toast, 'possum smothered with
sweet potatoes, &c. Come out
Judge and show the people how
you can got there.
Mr. Ben P. Fisher, of Jocassee,
stopped in Pickons last Friday on
his way home from Greenville,
where lie had been for several days
indulging in the pleasurable pas
time of swapping horses, in which
he is very proficient, judging from
the fiery ar'd untamed stood hie
was riding. Ben is a good one
and is one of the stable citizens
of his community.
him as muan
years old. T1
wvhich will go
odnoe of thin
well represe ......... .- -
to have a lively time.
George T. Angell, editor of
Dumb Animals, pulblished1 in "d
ucated" Boston, is a man after our
,heart. He speaks "out in meet
in"' every time. Would that this
world had many morei of his kind.
There is not one iota of the shod
dy in his enitire make-up and lie
has (dino more for the good of manm
and animal kind thman any other
one man in America. Duimb Ani
mnals is a publication that should
be in every household. If its con
tents were carofuily studied and
followed by each and every mr m
ber of a family, there would b. no
doubt of their answering to the
call when Gabriel souaids his
Tholire was clebrated on the 12th
inst., on Cane Creek a quiet but
home-like wedding, aL the resi
donce of the bride's father, Mr.
Silas Hijiklo, the contracting par
ties being Miss Loeonia I inklo and
C. Engone TLhomnas. Rev. B. F.
.Murp~hroo performfed the ceromo..
ny. Mr. Henry Lanston, of Pick..
ens, with Miss Corrie Hlinklo,-sis
ter of the brido, wore thoe attend
ants. After- the ceromony, Mr. .J.
J. Herd announced that all repair
to the. dining room, where~ was
found a table filled with good
things to satisfy the munorman.
After the guests had relieved thme
table of its burden, the parlor was
taken possession of, where excel
lent and appropriate music wvas
had. All took their departure
wishing the bridal party as happy
a life as was their wedding day.
The people of Pickons county
lis heard so much about the
Pickens and Easley railroad, that
nothing in that wiay can interest
them. Yet for the town of Pick
ens the completion of that ontor
prise is almost of vital imupor
tanco. It moans more than to the
euperficial thinker it may appear.
The prospects havo oftontimes
been remote, and som6timnes the
efforts of its piomnotors seemed to
be almost crowned with success.
A groat deal has been dono aid
yet the road is not a certainty.
Hope deferred mnakoth the heart
sick and somo have abandoned all
hope of a railroad for Pickons,
but the darkest timo in just be
fore day and the railroad mattor
has resolved itself down to the
point,where tho succoss of the bis
ness depends upon the citizons and
property holders in the town of
Pickens. Can they aliord to loso
all tlhaG has beon invested in the
road and allow their intorosts in
the town suffer to a ruinous ex
tent. The time for action ias
come and a plan that seems feas
ible and business likeo is on foot.
The president of Cho railroad
will explain it and if tihe citizous
will work together and lon(1 their
aid, the railroad will bo built in a
Don't you think we havo a
strong evidenco that the "Arctic
Explorers has discoverod tho north
pole and is roturning with thu big
end of it.
This has been a eek of gaieties
in Ed3sloy, one of the most oij y
able ovonts was anl entortainmeit
at the popular Mountami Viwv Ho
tel given by the young lad ~'s of
the Presbyterian cliiurch. Iiter
eating games were indulgod in, ro
freshments woro sorved and the
pleasurable anticipations of thje
guests fully realized.
Miss Eliza Gossett is at home
again on a visit to her parents.
Mrs. Anthony, the wife of our
depot agent is 4isiting hor parents
in North Carolina. Will looks as
lonely as a tom-tit on a pump
Some fiend threv a stono inl a
window of tho south bound local
Sunday evening. He ought to be
dotected and made to work oin the
gravol bod of hard luck.
TJ'here was a social on terta ili t,
at the home of Mir. Waid rop Fri
(lay OvOO ing whiich was wll u.
tended and muli eijoyed by a'
large number of young p.:o-ple.
Services wero hold at two of our
churches last Sabbath, the Pres
bytorian and Metotli(list.
Gill Thoniasi roundd up t le
week's gaieties by one0 of his imusis
cal entertainimenits at the Easlev
Academy Saturday oven inig, wic h
was a rare treat to lovers of mu
SiC. .He performed( oin Six inistrui
moents at tiho srn mno ti ime.
MR. Eni'Ton: I seo) yo g)1ave
Easley and1( her mier'chaint s, ban k
er;, etc., quito ai lit tl puf in your.
last issue. She is a hmustler and(
deserv'es all you said(1. N ow thle
next town shoul! bie her' Lw in si
ter', B riggs, for' sho is anot01her' hius
Lier' and bids fairi to onut si p any
of hier sisters, Sugar town except
TJ'orio was a muod enijoyle o -
night, wh'iile it w~as no sw~ell etfirm
and l'ancy ball1, yet~ ouri ru.-ies
mrad(1e thiingS litue playing stoal
p~altiners, etc., till 1. o woo hourils.
M r. James Taylor, of Tminhiing
Ahonlficg i4 v'i.-imr r1odi' va~ V4 I
T1ho appoim nments on Pickons
Circuit for 189G ariO as follows:
Preaching on first Sabibath at
11 a. im., at Twelve Mile; at 3:30
p. mn., at Gap Hill.
Second Sabbath, Pickoins at 11
1. m., and 7 p. mn; Bethlehemn at
3:30 p. m.
Third Sabhath, Ruihaimahi at 11
t. mn; Fair View at 3:80 p. mu.
Fourth Sabbath, DacusviIllo at
11 a in; T1abor' at 8:80 p. im.
W. M. lAmunwN, P. C.
In the coursom of two weeks I will
have a supply of Bibles and Tosn
Laments On hand1(, and1( will b)o able
to supp~hly all who nood( thom~ at
moderate rates. Ainy sizo lor mn
ily, church or private uiso.
W MI. lIiREN.
DEuAn Joe nAm: Ti. is sle t ig this mlorii
111$ a1s 1 write.
ThIe icik na~ reportedl by thul'i eci llnli
or laslt week inre imroving. but. .1linie~t
nlOw. serIottely ili from1 reips P o 'f nl-i sie.
ection for a gener'ationi,i ar'o w ent'. iiVri'i .
Thei tird I undalm eingui~ 110 I i Cro ' ' eI:i
wasIi buitslun iily atendedi -eveni th pa' r
proved( so asl to allow~ her-t' t tediIl-h
Her frienids were conigratulat'nug he:r *'.t'r
built aln extenmsion ini Line wayI or a w
round about his5 dwellinig a'ndi out-lying
ridige,' lie says "alginl'I tii inckmei' .
of the weatheor,"' buit It lookIs miuch noi 'Ir
like that thirown ump by the iohirs under
Joe Johnsilton to preveont the "by ini lhio"
fron shiop ing iln .Atlanta duiring~ the "hlui
W. W. VA. Bright was in Pickoni
G. B. Looper, of Polzer, was il
Captain I. M. Mauldin left foi
Tr. L. Robertson, of Prators, was
in town last Friday.
Clemson College opens, today
(Thursday) Fob., 20.
J. P. Carey, Esq., is attending
court in Anderson this weok.
Honry G. McDaniol, of Dacus
villo, a cousin of Sheriff McDan
i0l, was in towi Monday.
llias; E. Konnemore, of Easley,
killed a sixteen months old hog
that weighod 600 pounds not.
D. G. Tomkns, of the Hughes
secton 11 was in Pickons Friday and
mad thl JOURNAL 11 pleasant call.
It is amusing to soo a man load
up on blind tiger liquor and write
an e.ssay onl tomperance and the
ovils of tho dispensary.
Col. J. E. Hagood and daughtor,
Missi 1'rancis, who have been in
P'okois for some days returned to
Charloston last Sunday.
A child of Mr. R. M. Hendricks,
of tho Mica section, died from the
oilects of measles oa the 17th inst.
and was buriced at Cross Roads
church on the 18th.
There are soveral young men of
our1 community who say if some
goiuisii will got ii) bull dog proof
brooches they will certainly real
izo a fortune from their patent.
Thio public term of Pickene
sehe*,l district will open Monday
.bnuiry 24th. Those who live
in this district and those who have
bon transferred to this district
will be entitled to the benefits of
Mr. W, F. Snipos, recently of
Aidersin county, has moved to
the Moot section an(1 become one
of our county's citizens. He made
us a very agreeable call one day
hlt week and expressos himself as
niuch Jpl, asod with his surround.
The flowwing is a list of the Grand and
l'tit J uror3 drawn last Friday.
J .Cilw Williatim C II Carpenter
1) 14 Rilbis .John W1,Thomas1
R .i Nald.aan J E1 Garrick
.7 Thii l'i wer .1 It iorganl
i11;1hobiin J 1, 0Onavley
Wt' 1' at- W V Clayton
I) .\ ('hmblii E II E HLawence
." 1 Wtwhster Jas A I endricks
T U .\ 1timl J 'Stepheins
1 W Filnbirg \V I Bryant
17017 l I llailton G E Cha~pmnan
Jun La I.ottper 'T T1 II ughesm
17 12 Sole J7 C Fewv
it A\ it Chri-tophier i' T1 Prior
I,- TI imlty <71no E~ GililespiC
Jle l' WrItil II I) Singleton
i hott 1. Rob ertson WV < B (Chapinani
-A i atiiont TV. 0 JohnIsoni
UttIht Moley:I' J D) Stansell
J11 I7 lira7.e t Isaac A Durham
2 5:C drs W J1 -P'onder
IElfordi It1 lding II Renjamin
A L. Pace R F? herd
WI A Llenburg E F Looper
Things aro protty lively in this
scVt ion now. John Henderson, of
Careoni's Creek, N. C., has been at
Looper's gin several (lays, conduct
ingt a 'how and w1ouldl be glad to
show any and all howv they look if
thety wish. Mr. Henderson is
douig good work very reasonable.
Call on him i andl be convin~ced.
JosephI L. anid S. M. Looper
nt on a successful bird hunt
it woek, killing two birds andia
Iosep1h Looper, sr., has been vis
g his son, S. M. Looper, for the
homes of WV.
rrol. J. Mlarion Loop~er has been
singing in tihe Minor Key for the
int,~ two months, but has modula
ted to the major and moved to his
now house and is now singing
"Hlomo Sweet Homo."
Tflirs lisnowv of theo seasonm fell this
morinitg. Meenriy fell abouttt twenty de
gretes inl t'welve hours last night.
'LT plows have beeni standing the nios
of Feb1rutary so far.
Tt'-r( las~ beeni a ennsiderable amiount of
The itt m~illu stattd up again last week
aft1 er stai ndt inag shout awek waiting for a
tan considleraubly dlelayedi inronte.
Tl'int warml (1ay3s recet'ly, hats brought up7
wvhieat. andu winter sown oats.
(hirde veget ables are beginning tosahowv
'LiTire are' two mior'e newv housesa uder
way ini itowni, T. 1I. Moor, h1ita started a
dweli hg ahid .1. n rown is enlarging hi.
hentoe wit ai i view of taking boarders.
Coniderble'l)~ cotton business dtone hero
Trewsa big tial here last wook on
Ih bli d It iger' trafit. Th~lere wans II vo par
tie's chii ae wit vi ~iolat inig the dlisplensiary
hiw iind aboutI twenity witlnses weoro ex
a111lnie. A II theo cases'i were dlisitssed
telet onei, which wvas bel open0 to ox
tin ie somile witne t ha~~u it were not oni
hamlti, oinig to sickness. It seems thait tihe
te big truia IasI there hast beeni imore of the
obI oi t os on a roatrinig d runk tliain uisual
t he last few~ days3 . WlIe heard a muan that
7aikedt knlo w ingly that it was a Ii no tihing
iiyat tt Aniniias and( .Saphiro was paist,
ftr 'atnt- Iieople at least, wvho "'tell the
whlltI' truth I aiid inoth ing but the truth"'
it-tin in'. out ntoting, jaist as they did( yotr
.p Smumiit.'n and1 wvife, of Marieotta, are
-iin th Ile hitte rs fat her, Ti. iH. Moore.
n - S-oiieiatiin s hiad fever this winter but
it ni-rovltingl now.
wlalketr (i lenn, of (Oreenvlle, is stopping
inat r hats It that Charley H utchins is
ing' lto town and1( will oipen store in
mum1 12ny with F'. M. Morris. C.
It bru a ry 'i tht 18 7(i.
Spectacles were invented by an
IHaliani in the thirteenth cntury.
A Woniderfusl Insstitttioia.
There Is ail Institotion iII this coutntry
whose Istory of remarkable growth nmst
be of Iitorest to those acqualtited with it.
Within a few short years It has grown
fronm a very small beginning to one of
the flrst istit'.itions of the 1and. Seling
goods as It (oes diroct from th inntiit.tc.
ttirer to the consumer on tin economic,
one small proflt plani, Its blasiness has en.
larged Imlu0 it now occuples one of the
largest businoss blocks hi Chicago atid
employs between 40C and 600 people. its
entiro estublishmnent Is davoted to otit-of.
town miil order tirdle. Ils woidemfrli
growth Is evidence of its slerliig Iite'ri
ty, extraordinary ability undI unquestion.
ed fintaielal standiig. In fact we are in
receipt of a letter trot the Nationtal Bank
of Illinois, of Chicago, on1 of the largest
and most reliable linanclial Institutions III
IllInoIs, wherelu they ,ay ' that they
say thitt they are persontal' aeqillinted
with the steckholders, that the lutittidon
18 reputable and thoroughly respoiisible,
and that thorough confidence can be lad
In any representations It snakes. In fact,
we are In recelpt ( f lndispitable evidence
ats to the rellibiliry of is histitutin,
and we feel safe in saying that our11 read
ers can place Implicit conlidence in this
house, and that they will receive I hesame
prompt enrefulI and coifteoiq trea timlent
the members wv'ould like to receive were
they In your place.
The wlonde fiIi facilitlies of this Iistitu
thon for supplvin r imeelhlndie at mani
faictsurers' prices 18 ctta:siv of great in
terest to all economnic buyets.
The fim to which his artiale refers is
sues a long vist of a dve isin g 'atter, In
chItuling a iniummort b catalogu" auini mtany
spee ai ail I of whicIhA they
1ma4l to anyN. 0;e. In f't th11 y ro so
thorongir orgrimsdI.s' I I ihat they smiake it
eisiy to do I rilisng with th-em by m lil.
The concerni to whileh this art le :rfeirs
is antiorized and iticorpiorated inder the
laws of the state of lhiinolsI with a cash
capital of $15o'Oao paid inl ftlnisl .
8earsi lRoehiek & Uo.3 1932asd 175 West
Adammsrsicet Chicag" Ill.
Dr. T. M. Bailey, of Groonvillo,
'filled the pulpit of the Baptist
church last Sunday morning and
night and treatod thpeoplo 110hero
to two very fine sermons. Tie
Baptists horo havo arranged to
havo their pulpit filled monthly
by some of tho preachers from
Greenville until they can secure a
It must bo remembored that all
tributes of reslpoct, obituaries, &c,
exceeding ten lines will bo charged
For salo or trado, my placo inl
sido the corporato limits of the
town of Pickens, containing two
and throo-quartor acros of ground.
Two good dwellings on saie and
necessary out biuildings. Will sell
choap for cash or trade for farm
ing land; fine well of water.
W. C. En1AMLErr.
Subscribe forix .Tr'WuZNAL.
In order that you may growv
*We recommend for your con
sideration the usC Of COTTON
SEED MEAL, with Acid Phos
phiate or D~issolved Bone. This
Cheapest and Best
Fertilizer on the market.
Call and see us and get our
prices before buying elsewhere.
Cotton Oil Co.,
Creenville, S. C. .
Seal bids wilh be received at my
office untm the 17th inst., for a b)al of
square greeni heart pine bridge lum
ber, pcer 100 feet, thirty thiousand1
feet on the west side of TIwelve Mile
River and the same amount at the
side tirack. Both near the Norris
Cotton Mill, to be delivered by the
15th of March, 1896.
a<m4B U DC ETw<<n
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Oats is the word. Now is the
time. I1~ere is the place.
A large lot of good comrn andl a
(jutantity of' peas, and they all
want to be moved out of the way.
penters' .Blacksumiths' and Shoe
and Staves, New Shoes and lIats,
New Clothuig and New D~ry Goods
of all kinds, and mioi'e to arr'ive.
Come and see.
A Happy and Prosperous
To all our frinds and customers.
We are making preparations for the
largest year's business we have ever done.
Now and seasonable goods arriving ev
ery day. Coie to see us.
J. MoD. BRUCE.
P. S.-If you haven't made settlement
Please 10 o so at once, and save expense of
sending to see you.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
H. C. MARKLEY,
Who Also Sells the
The .. Studebaker .m. Wagons
And Every Variety of Fine Carriages, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, Hardware, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G. W. SIRBINE, Superintendent.
NEW SHOE STORE.
MILLER & ORUIKSHANkS
With a new and well selected stock of
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shocs a specialtv.
Receiving goods every day direct from the Factori(s.
VWShoes Neat, Comfortable and Lasting.
No. 105 N. MAIN STREET, creenvi Ia, S C
li'7Agents for the W. L. DOUGLASS Warranted Ahes. oct:i11:.
IT IS CUSTOMARYTOR UNJ
A day or two, and before the people of the cozuntry can get
the news, the sale is closed. Now we want our COUJ.N'Ity
F'RIENDS to know in time that, comnmencing Monday, Feb
ruary 24th, and lasting all that week, we will k eep openI
A BARGAIN ROOM
Whore You Can Buy
A Good Rocker for 90 cents, worth $1.50,
A Trundle Bed for 50 cents, worth $1..00.
A Good Oak Suit, 3 pieces, for $8, wortIh $10.
A Fine Picture for 35 cents, worth 75 cents.
A Fine Cabinet Frame for 40 cents, worth $1.
A pr. Good Blankets for 80 cents, worth SL.50.
A pr. Good Blankets for $l.00, worth 2.00.
A Good Bureau for 3,50, worth 5.00.
We want you to get the benefit of this sale,
Westield and Kellains,
Near the Court Ihouse.
feb20tf. Greenville. S. C.
JOB **PRINTING! HUHSTNEY
WVANT1ED 1iii~~ t
THAT' TUlE JOURNAL nji~iiitfolelli. ,!I2(1' c
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JIOB OFIC.'(E LRKNIUUE.
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IN UPPER SOUTH'I CAROLINA.(flePyscaan'uro,
CONSULT1 OIUR PICES; tisrIu.Mau i.
ICNAMINE3 OURf WORK,Mir18!9f -
TlIN GIVE OR
SEND U YOUR P~ATRONAGE. Sv
L t us' hear fromi you.
TilE JOURNAL. Pyn
All orders by mail will receive /Dcos
romfl)t attention. ______D
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTjJOAI
WE OFFER --.B. J BLODL
Hlome d Farm . OAL LO :I KNBLAS
In combination witht otir pape~r, for $1.25. FUA LCR, ECEA
'Ieai i1, tit p elri. of nir jn riliti i o R HEMTS, CIR , EUTOS
sriber's1~1 renewing amiii payin g in adviance, U1lOB t(.II.tfoi' ,rheMt
One. Year.Vr al y rui~.
HOME AN(D FARM Ia a 16-p igagri..OeHl ah
eultural journal muadte by farmnera fo farttm- d O e aI irie
d1epartmeu~nt, condoucd by Faitha Latlimer, sitprlnon
1s e3ntertai ning andtl instructiveO.
tene now and get Uuida groat agricultur- .L ollgwrh
I hae a ine ot o
EASLEY S. .
iE TW GO ODS
Just arrived and Cheap. Come
and see them.
&-&-Tloso who- owe me will please
como and pay without further delay
A. G. WYATT,
oct3tf Easley, S. C.
LEWIS & SON,
did not siell eli 1'or CASH .
Has Run Away.
U.) U0 Fol'e,
.1 ti-i. itlre
A- wit-vw' four
You'l. dlie poor,
1 It otertol have left, cooler
W hih-. his accot:,1t was s11nal1er0
Bll t. e tinl go,
I it, nto oo0 youl 0 lnow.
. on !,ood f'ellows wh.11o ae- going
to Ay ;III pay will n0ee( soue Seed
Oats :nii4 l'lowJs to make a crop. Wo
have thim for you. We also livo
('AN (OODS, SH'G Alt, 11ICE,
dlZITS AND lAlD,
:ni sevtral other good thitngs to help
yott n. Ci.> Foun Cksnl.
Wilen in Piekens come in.
We want to sell you Guianu, the
lp will tell you about it.
John T. Lewis & Son!
GOODS By- The Cargo!
1.41:111f.4 a s in 2 0 l e e to r i e
T 1- |. It.:t 11 S . L. . nte g neett l11.,ic
lr t11. I-st 1f 1111- t k, i a f(e\w da11y.4
e- Mn u 't 11; I l 11 I-(i n f wonder.
A ll til!el.ll
fIlle . t i I lt i ( ;i .l. A\ il tile tiew
wII e a-; e-ti ltl 1t4ndeatt
-r P . - 14111C :I a ly I ls t u t. he
[ r, i .t.inee s tn- it-west relilles ye lv st
I c thil I.tre .stjuels thce test e oftih.
I s i nt uteh ' e .,es I; els.
A\I llt-:eriettetts arte takintg ini -teetk ratp
.l ti t nel int a fe di v s wii''e hopji e i havo
ctie it IIull e from topg 1 eetie mt
MVMCLISTER & BEATTlE.
(.t *tie 421 -,tu Ie (ee t'meJI, s. U.
(Ntal doortt lte NaItionle ii iank )
Teephoet. Noi. 87.
W iSEE D.". POTA TOES
<pteIait y better, pitet cheapiier tihan Over.e
ldtttjtan Fin Tols Ptleowsi '-..75 per hun.
A job elt e.of TtlIoace.
Sith t-It t'heaerI lh-tut ever.
I 'A NT CO)RN.
T. 0. HA RRIS.
tan :J9-PekeI , . 9.
Land for Sale..
A Itraef eel huinel eon Ureegory's Critik four
iilees ie rtee J'itkenis, ctei inig 300) acrei,
utnee itn eoriginalt feesI.. WeeIil t be 0ohl at
riate sa-tu at. el w feeilga ur e ! d Ont easiy
teeimt. A lelly to TI. U. RIOldNSUN, Iclk-.
F ERGUSON BROS.
Pu 'o Buckwheat Flour from
Hlarwvood counity, N. 0., with
genninoli Tar Hooel flavor.
lIinlgler's~ ulufltltOr'ated Penn
syl 'a vl nin Buck whea~ft.
1KlI igler's pre'~pred Buck
IRh littl onleal th lFoool.
anemIslon Pancae~iko ilour.
Itlston ifealth F'Iour at
IXi ..W NOJI WO( )), Dentist. Dr.
W. 3. Ntwoote, Asseistatt,. Oillee,
88- Ali Stree, GItrnv'ille, S. 0.
.Jan. I), '932 y
I).J I' (CAIltbl, flc1tist1Groon.
Afit( ho' Irii SI iore.
S0 0ntif10 Amorloan
oldest, hucreau for acocuring Pattenlta in Aflinoric.
Every tent't taken out bey uts Is brought before
the iu [ell bcy a noutico given froo of chargo in the
Tr teL creul o i of tnys iltthflt pae fi nli
tuan hudw teoit 0WIhQut ItI. Nvoekly. a
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