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The People's Joenal.
Mrs. Dr. Robinson, of Liberty,
is visiting her son, C. E. Robin
Mr. Frank Farmer in the noigh
borhood of Dr. Field's has a cow
that has seven teats.
.Mr. Banister and Mr. J. F. Wil
liams, of the Norris Cotton Mills
were in town last Sunday.
Andrew J. Curoton, and his
brother ,of Greenville, nepliews of
Dr. J. D. Curoton,. of Pickens,wore
visiting here last week.
The hot sun and dry winds is
doing the gardens up with a twist.
Unless rains cone soon the early
vegetables will not be in it.
The Easloy Township Singing
Association will moot at Mt. Car
mel on the 5th Sunday in May at
10 a. im. S. M. Cox, Prosident.
Married at Hickory Flat, May
10th, 1896, by J. A. Mullinax N.
P., Mr. W. A. Gillespio to Miss
Ola Mullinax. All of Anderson.
The Lord's Supper was obsorv
ed in the Baptist church hero last
Sunday. At tho night servico two
mnom ore woro received into the
The candidatos still continue to
bloom. Several new ones appear
in this issue. All are good men
and we would be glad to soo them
The colored people woro out in
full force last Sunday at Griflin
Ebenezer church. Two convorts
wero baptized, viz: C. T. Miller
and his wife. Rev. A. L. Jones of
Nero Hallums, the colored man
who kided Richard Anthony, also
colored, montion of which was
mado last wook, furnished bond
last Monday and is now breathing
the free and fresh air.
Mr. J. N. McElroath, of Easloy,
was in Pickens on business last
Monday and made us a most pleas
ant call. Ho talks very much of
putting up a nico brick business
honse for one of our morchants.
Died, on Friday night,May 15th
in Anderson county, Mrs. Hugh
Ellison. Her remains woro buried
at George's Creek church on tho
day following. She leaves a hus
band and four children to mourn
For the benefit of the road over
seers Supervisor Hendricks ha's
had printed at the Journal office
the road law in pamphlot form,
They can be had by calling on Mr.
Hendricks or Clerk of Board of
Commissioners, John A. Robin
Mrs. Jane Fondley, andl Mrs. Ben
Fondley and child met with the
misfortune of having an old mule
runaway withi a buggy in which
they were in last Sunday. T1hey
were thrown out and severely but
not dangerously. hurt. The mule
was twenty-two years old and had
never before been known to be
guilty of such a caper.
The twenty-fifth annual meet
ing of the State T1eachers' Associ
.ation will b)o hold at Winthrop
College, Rock Hill, S. C., June
20th, to July 3d, 1896. The pro
gram of the association is behfore
als and as very complete. Reduced
rates on all railroads is offered
.and will be on sale June 29th to
.Ju!y 2d inclusivo with a final hmn
it to July 4th.
'The mn y friends of Rev. W.
B. Singleton bring his name be
fore the public this~ week as a can
didate for treasurer. Everybody
knows "Uncle Buck" Singleton.
Hei has been a minister mn the Bap
tist church for over forty years,
and few men enn say they have
done more for God and humanity
than ho. He is getting old now
and his friends think it is time fso
do something for hinig.. Hie is fully
q ualified for the position and his
friends ask that the voters give
him their hearty support.
The Old Folks Singing Associa
tioni met with Shady Grove
church last Sunday-and there was
the largest .erowd present that wvas
known in the history of the Asso
ciation. Some fine music w~as had
.and a general goodl time was en
'joyod by all. The Sacromont of
,the Lord's Supper was adminis
~tered. The next meeting will be
held at Antioch on the fifth Sun
day in May. Everybody bring
books andl woll filled baskets and
have an all day good time. The
meeting of the Association after
the fifith Sunday in May will be
held .at Nine Forks on the first
so.uday in Junie at 9 o'clock a. mn.
at ;oth meetings.
At iwo o'clock Truesday after.
noon, the 12th inst, Mr. WV. D).
James, the foremau of the Clem
son farm, was shot by Mr. Peter
Lindsay, the sergeant of the con
-victs. It appearst~ that for some
tiraoe past they had not been on
the best of terms. James is charg
'.d of having threatened Lindsay's
3ie There was only one eye wit
:-ness (a convict) and according to
h1is statement Jamn was shot
three times-twice in the face and
ionce in the abdomen, the last bse
ing Lhe fatI shot. James lived un..
til the followmng day et seven
o'clock when he passed away.
Lindsay gave himself .over to the
t Ycivil. authority and is now J.Qdged
in Walhalla jail.
Miss Stella' Newberry who has
been vory ill at Gaffney is still in
It is rumored that a bridal con
ple will arrive in Pickons from
Charleston in a fow days to so
journ for a brief poriod.
Mr. J. A. Moore, of Pea Ridgo,
was in Pickons Monday. He re
ports crops looking fine, though
rain is needed very badly.
Miss Nottio and Lewis F. Rob
inson came home last Wodnesday
from the Greonville and Tusculum
collego to spond vacation at homo.
Thoro was regular sorvice at
Cateechoe Sunday by the P. C. of
Pickens circuit who mot the Sun
day School and gave a talk at
Messrs. S. M. Looper and W. C.
Bramlett, of the Mica neighlor
hood.woro inl Pickons 7Tuesday and
reports good health and everybody
in high spirits.
Mr. Cook who lives near Ca
teochee, son-mn-law of Mr. Cape
Gaines has a very sick child A I
though Dr. Shir-loy is doing alt he
cali, its douttful as to its recovery.
A. John Boggs, of Calhoun, says
in this issue o the JoURNAL that
he sells goods ceapen for silvor.
Givo him a call. Ho has a good
stock and'will b plased to see
The oditor is in Columbia this
Veok inl attondanco asi a delegate
to the Stato Convl nt1ionl. If aly
iing out. of t lie ordinary appea'rs
in this issue just chargo it to the
Tho New Board of' Control for
Pickes county consists of W. T.
Piold, L. R. Durhiai, and WV. W.
F. Bright, Mr. Ilendricks retiring,
he being inelligill'i oI account of
holding aniother ofik..
Brooks Ferguson, colored, got
noisy full Saturday evening and
was taken in charge by our town
marshal who slapped him in the
cooler to recupervato from his nois
iness. Tho town is winnor $3
through his fullness.
Doputy Marshals W. J. Roark
and John J. Lowis lefu for Char
leston Tuosday morning having in
charge Charles Rice, whom they
convoyed there to receive son
tenco for violation of the rovenuo
The registration boolks closed
last Saturday afterinoon until tho
first Monday in June whon they
will again ho opeicd and remiaina
open for one woek. There have so
far hon issued just 1,000 voting
certi fica tos.
Maj. John J. Lewis roturned
last Saturday from a most pleas
ant visit to his son-in-law. MI
Hlunter at Seneca. lie was accom
panied by his little dlaughter, Jon
nio, and broughtL back w ith imi
his little son, Jesse, who has been
visiting his sister sinco last Sep
Mr. E. Fi. Loper is hoefor'e the
people this weak as a candidate
for Supervisor. Fran k knows ev
erybody anud everyblody knows
Frank. Heo is well qualified to
illI the position, is a halo follow
well met andl will 1hold a big 1hold
in the hearts of the people of
Mr. J. E. Boggs ed i ori of the
P'ickens Sentinel, and W. M. Har'
1!in, preacher in chargo of Pick
<-'os curcuit hiavo been invitedl and1
have acc'(ep1tetd anl inita itioni to
m~ake addre'O5(sse at Plar~li Spinugs
chur'ch in Greenville (counlty onl
he 5th Sunday in May, Childron's
A tr'eimeindouis congr'egat ion at
ended1 Cress Roads clhurich Ila'st
Sunday. Somietholg in the neigh
horhocd of 1 ,500) perlsonls beOing
p~resent. Rev W. C. Seaborn con
dlu(ced the ser'vice's and was listen
ed to withu wrapt attoentIion. Ev
erything passed cof ipleuaantly arid
a nottier' such outpour of people
has seldom been sooni in Pickons
county. The Sacr'ament of the
Ljord'1s Supper was admninister'ed.
D~oc Clayton, colored, got too
much corn juice into his system
last Suinday and at tempted to take
at snioozo. on the sidlowallk near W.
II. Ashmnoro 's blacksmith shop.
The eagle eye of our town mar
shal, Char'los Cureton, observed
his attempt, and~ ho took him in.
The officer rohiov'ed his clothes of
a most villIianous looking pocket
kcnife andl a bull clog revolver'.
The town council charged him $3
or 3 (lays for getting his system
saturated with thli corn juico and
Magistrate Jonki ns se'f $20 opp~o
site his inamo for' carrying the
knif'e andl pisto01, which ho p~aid
and went on Ihis way ':ejoicinug.
R1ev. J1. V. Vermiillion proached
two excel len I sermions ini the Bap)
tist church Iast S'mnday. Mr'. Vor
mill ion is a s'lf-made man11, ne ver
having had the advantages of an
education untlu after ho was
grown. Hie d(ltrmined to got all
lhe could and with a will accom
plished his purpood~A. He gr'adua
ated at Furman hnivei'sity in
1891 and then w~onit to Texas and
preached and tsught t hree years
which enabled him to go further.
He then wvent to the Theological
Seminary at Rochester, N. Y . for
two years, having finished his
Aol1a5 there two weeks ago. lie
:has bosn icalled to suipply this
church and \vould liko to get other
churches if there are any nuoodinug
at pastor. Ho is thloroughily conise
OrntJal and an l-..st --o~..1.
Meoirial day was observed, in
Pendleton, last Saturday tho 9th
inst., in a most interesting and
appropriato mannor. Tho crowd
that turned out to pay respect to
the honored (load horoes mot at
the cometery -noar the Baptist
church. All the cometories in the
town weao vihited and the gravos
of the belovod confederate dead
were mado fresh and green Wvith
floral offerings laid tenderly upon
them by the loving hands of the
fair woion and children. Under
a cluster of tres in tho western
portion of the villago was a speak
ors stand handsomioly decorated
with flowers and evergroens and
bodockod with an old confederato
flag. This was the objectivo point
of the procession and at ton
o'clock after all had assembled
around this spot the Rov. Mr.
Rood opdned the exercises with a
most appropriato prayer. Col. R.
Wi. Simpsoln, t hen, in very cloice
Words, mntriduc -ed Piosident E. B.
cr-aig~honi of Clemlso)n Collego,tho1
orator of t he day. M r. Craighead
Is t youn..g to havo takeii part
im) t lie co;,IIIet ietwveeI t ho Stit es
butl he a~ddre('-wed t ho ausembily inl
a m..1st eloqu(ent and impressive
mmmer11VI and)( inl ver-y beautiful lanl
guago paid triilto to the lelilo
ry of the bero8 Who laid down
thiit lives foi the lost cause'. The
ioblo thoughts that wor( shower
od over thatt assemlily filletd each
heart with enthusiasni and will do
iuch.good by way of awakening
an interest in tho minds and
lI(arts of the yonlige'r genoratio.,
in tie great causo for which their
10ble nid gallant fa.thors fought
The mai bchinierVy for the Noriis
Cotton Mill has9en ordered.
We, the undersigneid heroby
agr'o to close our places ol busi
nes from l this d ato intil 15t of
Septeiher next, at 0' p. m. Fat
Urdays aid public days oxcopted.
W. T. McF all,
L'. C Thornle11y,
A. M. Morris,
T. ). Harris,
J. Mc]). Brueo.
May 12, 1896.
Mi. T. N. -Lunter, of Liberty,
ty, was in Pickens last Monday.
Thein IHuiiicano township sing
ing association will mnoet with the
U n ion m t ing I lIe fifth Sunday inl
Mray at, Milo C reek Baptist church
at 9 o'clock. Everybody is ivited
with their hooks and dinniers. Al
so at Six Mile Baptist church the
first Sunday in Jtie at 9 o'clock.
Let everybody take due notice and
prepare for the occasion as there
is a singing expecte(d. By ordor
of the conInittolo.
WV. F. Tlomnpkins,
E. MI. PBoldinig,
J. C. Garrott,
All anniiouncenment~s for candi
(lates are strictly caish with ordor
for the sa me. t f
Dear Journal: 1 will givo you
a few (lots to let your readers
know thamt our burg is stil on a
boom11. Mr. Gr. T. Hend1ricks has
.just putt iup aL big store on~ Malyer
Street, near! thle corner of Tamy.
11( has got anything you or ay
lhdy else nleedIs and so lls so chenap
you coinuld not keep from buwying if
you was. thir, to s(oo his nice
tlin gs a111nd ea himi tell you how
goodl they are.
M . GI. F. J1oneis has bought himi
a whleel al( lii is now)V doling nioth
inig biut ridhing upl and1( dlown thie
st re't~s oft ouri bur1 g. So) you see
wye mfeani to (do s-omeit hing seoon.
Shler if M c1auniel and1( better
halif visi ted relatives and( friends
at Looper last Saturday andl Sun
damy so as to take in thle mieting
at Peter's Creek. Theli pulpit was
occup1ied by our1 pastor', Re~v. .J. E.
Foster, and Iho preauched one) of
his bost sermionis to one( of the
larPgest c:ongregautons that has
been thor fo year' ' is, and1( had the
und1(ivided at tent Iion of all. The
ch urch took the( L ord's supper
which wats parit icipaIted in by most
of thle lBapItistsa thlere. IsoN.n.
May I Ith.
Money to loan-Call at P. O)
Box No. .1>, Pickons, 8, C.
The .J oL iam is pubIi sh ing the
list of suilbsciber)0s, as they pay, andi~
will take it as a favor it any oneo is
01m1itted( that it bo( rep1or'ted to the
It is usually his ownt fault if
the son oif a successful fatrmeri is
not hiimuselfC a succese at the buri
ness. The fotdudtionis and first
story aire built for him already~hl.
Woe have at the pcasOnt day
many judliciously condu tiedO puri
odictals, and no fatrmier who hias a
pride in bus~ pr'ofessioni but1 taikcs
one or motre agriculituiral pap~ers.
The use of absorbants to hold(
the urino of animnals in their beds
and( compel them to lie in such
abominab1)1 fil li, ThouId bo troaited
l iko all othe- barbaiities to ani
So far quite a good Cr01) of fruit
has survivedl the (cold weathier of
March, and the indications are
that we may havo some fruit.
Theli fact that nearnly all success
fiul adve'rtisers usMo plenty of spaIce
indicates that lenoty of space pay
p)roportionately bettor thani little
We are opening up the best line of
Ladies and Men's Hats.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery,
Harness and Iardware,
E'yer shown in Pickens.
They are bought to sell, and we
invito you all to come.
J. MD. BRLUCE.
THE BEST ARE MADE BY
If. C. MARKLEY.
And Every Variety of Fine Carriagces, Buggies, Carts,
and Harness, HIardware, Paints, Oils
Greenville Coach Factory.
G- W. SIRPINE, Superintendent.
Nrj' P WA'~ j 1rj(j Fp
NEW SHOIE STORE.~
MILLER & OEUIKSXANkS
With a new and well selected stock of
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fine Shoes a specialty.
Receiving goods every day direct from the Factories.
WShoes Neat, Comfortable and Lastinig.
No. 105 N. M AIN ST RE ET, Creenville, S. C.
ta'rAgents for the W. L. DOUGLASS Warranted shoes. oct3mn3.
Wearo maigadditions to our our inmmonse stock dlaily, and
hnyuneed nwch io ods, kind1l~y dIrop ini and lot uis sho0w you
,uhour stock. WVe soil tho vory beost goodls the country afrids,
dofrthemra remarkably closo prices.
Westfield and Iellams,
Near' the Court Ihouse.
feb20tf. Greenville. S. C.
.We arc glad to say that wo certainly have had a rush this far
his season, andI hope) it will continue.
.We will endleavor to keep our stock up until all are supplied
vith the latest novelties in hats and bonnets in the market.
Call before you buy. WVo guoraniteo our hats wvill surpass any
n the city, prices moderate.
We will offer special bargains in medium and low priced hats
or next week.
WHOLESALE ANP RETAILt,
aprtimi i00 Cotfe Ste, m.io pr hoio)Oeevho .
TI I 1S STATE OF souTI CAROLINA, }
COUNTY OF 1'I('KHNH.
By J. II. NEiwity, Esq., Probato Jnidge:
Whereats, Ola, Anthony hats maude
suit to me to grant her letters of idini.
i8tratioit of th e8ttto of and effects
Tihese areTherefor to cite and adion.
ilh all amd iingular the kindred and cred
itors of the said.Richionid Anthony do
Ceased tht they bo and a pear before
inw, in the Court of I robate, to
bo iel( itt Pickensi Court Houso, 8. C.,
Oil the 4th lday of Jnno I next,
after publieation hereof, it .11 o'clock ill
tho forenioon, to show cause, if any they
lnve, why tlie siaid Administration
shiould not be granted.
Given under my Iaind, this 1.9th day
of May, 1890, in' the 120th -year of
.1. B. N.W BEItY, .X. P P V
Notice to tile Traii Pelilc
I am now selling Goods at
Calhoun, S. C. Will sell
thei cheap for the silver.
Coie and SC before you
buy. Tours truly,
A. J. BOCCS.
.\f11 r elcilent physiatt a s aill 141ini l lt
ko-on lesis ~tihI~taic Bloocd
itin, ( 3W . .. .) t I I< ickly r e.
Tho'uI e Ii l- of iestiinloli tix:.'es. * h1 is
fgote. No 1 . c of rIhvhe :ttiSel F'ut stale
be44 its hi iu 'enaling power. Sentd
stalill, fr btok r-f ii h r It coil
ails evielence th:t, will eonvinclle V
that . m. . is tv hebsthi5e for 'i.l
bloodll inrn luiwases ever tiscovorei.
Hleware- oF sulb. it u'es Said to be. 'just as
goodi." J$1.0.) 14!r l bo tle. For sale
I was borin near Edlfgefield, S. C.
I lhavo invted th best and
chon'post tock hItcfhor tiaot was
e1ir invenltedr . Agents wanted.
Address W. P). Holly, Groonvillo,
A i. mnchf>.
1i herb ainny rotne isyf as a. I.andtSO
lie4'iv iii olil " Ill yn L liLlf Iit o C
for eeitlection to the ofico of Solicitr of
tin- 8th jtudicial circutit, of Souith Carolina,
.41 iitject to the a t-ion ofte thei )emorerati
party in the prinmary eetion.
Mt. P. ANSEL.
The maiy frields of W. S. PA)SoPS
1here4by 11 oul n'ce hill am a canmidtidate for re
thedtionlito the oillee f Coroner (f Picken11
county, subject to the voters in the prinary
The many frieis of E. v. oopiiER
"r111 anouclile hi i 141 andidate for
liit 0flief of sivrivisor of Pi kenjst counity,
subhe'tto the voters in he primary lee
The inoany frietnds of 0. P). Field re
Apet- fully anM11111114n1e himi as a n dliiate for
f ,n l S ti p e v is r , s u b j e ct1 4 t o t h e v o t e r s i
the pritulary 441i e lt .A
'T.'he u4lny friEtns of ROERit STEW
A 1hT heriby amiIn1ee hiini:t a enll ite
foie e 44of CoinityN ipervisor, subijjet
to the. vote-rs inl tl prilianr eletion.
Thet iny frienls of .1' . It' fOSS
her!b a.11u11nceI liint as f va ilate for theo
offive of Coluity supervisor, 5sbiliject o 1 lie
votevIs i ll thi prinmry election.
Tlhe 1ialy frilils of JON Wr. TI[I)I
A'S, of I tastot-o Township, herehv iln
nioi llve h a a 1alillate for the oni c of
theiitT of -tiff 1, Pikn ount, ubt 11 ote
ler iniil' the pitar electon,.
The Iote r o Pifn elunt.y epc ul
annonn144 1 . 11.cti Il .I 1'Ieli N 'ti lt . : am
daltill for re-leion tif l therii o it , of here
Pice fs cloftyr, subject to t~l vooters h
The manily frIendls (f W1. . PONDERO
herebyv alinonne hiinl15I a'111 ntulidte for
the11 ofe oVflSheritr fubet theIoters (01.' in
th prIi. naryh Vte l tion. illryeCItili.
The41 1nany friends (If 1A. . 31.e STglEW-l
(i1h14' for41 C.4tler o)1(0f Cont subect toFIiII the1
ToI thel vitles of Picen l cotant(111ly, I here11
by~ announcei('4 mysVelf a enniliciate for the41 of
.f1ee (if Coirk of TrCoxl'rt subjct LI) thl voter
toin till piiary1111 election.
The any riems ofW.. SINl ETN
oJtihl' of Trea1:re (If P'ik es count11 y sub-1
je)c o th voter4111s in h tayele ctio.
We, th frieds of.l eiT Youghl111
hereby~i1 announ1114 himll ~~51 a f a cani l fotr
to 1hjec411, to the votI -in eth iiniaree
Tol11(i( ~('1I-014t04t the voertoikns co I ohre
AhiWe lf nt Trlesrr I'115siijet. o) (.14v0
It'rs 1 411 t h l'riliiry 3 election.
'l'o 11017 fienI14El j. I. CVnI)TON.e
((101 tif(he1 ilryo A.11kens 01, bet LIth e
didt lf l CountyC iuperintencent o Eu
Woadtion, and annonu.1 ~ryelf a canidat
tolcl the IvBo1 &Iters epr)nr le to.
F1Oalo v our rputt
hsiery fri I;iediow . . HISO
PHc ElP, repet fly anntisock him as a
calidae f ior.eeeto o h tieo
voter1 i te p Irireetin. *oiey
Th many friend of 1J.1 H. forDe hr
hy,2 annec i s a pair foamafr piic
votersm the intpry eleti. p1c
DI.. YW (1. 1 LENli t(, fre r
Woodhle lasto erveyou
8. 114( (09 VstS'G20eenvill, w. l.
04e oasverue&str's Drug cnSt~oe.l
oie atll know ou rpuatonint
Wen yt aretbuy i to i nstoknal
A gin condpr Pattrnorerpr.
Mc.i20 cets peStir afre. re
',1 4 I
Just arrived and Cheap. Oomo
and see them.
8irThoso who owe me will please
coio and pay without further delay
As G. WYATT,
octatt Easley, S. C.
Just openked a beautiful line of novelty
In: all the new coloring and designs
Waist and Dress Silks
1in Persian an(1 Driesden Effects.
Allover Trrid~escent Nets, Jewell'
dgins :111( InseqtionS, 'ersian Rib.
bons, fancy Ihuttoif to match an( all
the otlii New Trimnings. Don't
fal to see these lines as you will find
all the Novelties of the season hero.
N lCW .JOINTLESS MATTIr"'l'lN(G.
[Get our lI'iCes]
Dry Coods and Carpets.
Telrplhone No. 87.
'. S.-llitterick I'atterins.
I I owe t h iiices. line I iav over offered
tki l tio' priet is Iower.
A fi i ciiixordl for 75e. A nico bitton
ilow foir 1.o0. \ gimil ein'i's slho for S .25.
Mly Stlck of grice'c'ries sholil receivo
votir att uti ,i1n. ; 11b. nte ,-1 11h. colfeoo, 5
11h. plarhl-4 " olle, all1 good.
a 11b-. toInIates, 10e. tor a1 foIr 25v. 3 Mb4.
A hlf p' uhi ilIg of tilme o rot 10c.
A lt the s, 1la ,c\, w nt at, 2 , cenit.s after
lt'rncliina ccui. 1 .iii.
I ry good11ls, drs1 geis ail hats.
'ari ing 1i1i 4s anl d huic s all at,
T. D. HARRIS.
I waiml. 1000 hushl.L4 (of corn an1d 10,000
hitunitlcs icf fo rci l'.
In or'der that you may grow
We re ommand~l~ for' your con
siderla tioni theO use of CO)TTON
SE El) Ad EA L, with Acid Phios
pimate or' Dissolved'( Bono. Thisj
Cheapest and Best
lFeritjilizer ont the market.
Call andi see ius andI get our
prIices b e fore bu11yin g elsewhere.
Cotton Oil Co.,
febl3tf Creenville, S. C.
"Physician and Surg~eon,
Ofllec a it~ i'r'siid'ie'c Mal iit S I'('i'I
Mlarchl 8, 18 Xc.
F ERG USON BROS.
Pure Buckwheat Flour from
[iarwood c5ounty, N. C., with
genuinoe Tar Heel flar.
K lingler's unadlulterated Penni
Klingler's prepar'ed Buck
Rtalston Health Food.
Ralston Pancake Flour.
Ralston He[alth Flour at
No remiedly is as' ('ff'ctua~l in er'ath
raating anld ('urlintg ('atarirh as Biotantic
B lood lh, (Ii. B. [I.) It purifies
rid (niicheIs thle blood1, eliminates
t~'im~erbs, bacteria, etc., and~ butilds
lJp the systemi fr'om the tirst doso,.
Ilhousandcs of caises of eatarrh havo
Wcen utnred( by3 its ntgic p)ower. For
til blood andl skin, diseases it has no
r(iual. I buy the old reliable and long.
esteded( r'emtedy, and~ don't throw
,hue m Ioneiy away on subslJtiutes,palm
ad oft' "a ,ust~ as good." Buy the
>1d r'eliable Botatet Blood Balm.
Prti(ce 01.00) per large bottle. See
aldverttisemlent in this paper. For
sale by driuggists.
Better Raise Mules
Than Buy Them,
liiili iie will servo uarea at Pickenis for.
'Tl~ IPICT'l, isi four yers old, weighs
abouii.t600 podunda and1 will serve matroa at
(Gouldin a Creek farmt for $6 for a colt.
Dee. 5. I8h. Hollnesworth,