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.1ial position or special rates to foreign ad
vertibers. All 81uch 11111st tako tiao run of
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Local riotive4, ili local Col1mn11, 10 contis
per ilne for fist insertion and five cents for
aelt siihseqittt Ihsert ion.
Advertisemneits for coliing imsue samhil
be handed in not later tixan Monday morn- 2
The editor will iot le respotsible for the 4di
VlewsV attit opiiniionis of <'orspont eitnts, un1t
ess the saie ar elitorially eitlOrsed.
TH' IURiSDAY, FE11MEARfY 25, 1897. tI
The members of tho Gonoral p
Assombly will hardly bo hom by ti
the 1lst of March. Tho rocont rains ON
koo00 the farmors at homo from 811
plowmg, so the farmers in the (C
legislature nood not bo inl a hurry sa
to got back homo and the other tr
members can surely stand Colum.. C1
bin lifo until tho weather promisos "
to be fair and warm. To an aver- an
ago citizen thoro soons to bo a 00
good doal of rod tape about legis- on
lative proceedings, and parliamen- tN%
tary tactics appears to ho an ex- l
pensivo mode of scoring a point. ON
Such aro however tho conditions, t1
which confront, the legiulator and lil
his blls havo to tak) rogulation a
stops, so ho can not always explain gI
satisfactorily to his constiiI tuentsitr
the apparent delay in winding l) 1l
business and stoupinlg the (X)onl- W
sivo Imaehine of Iiaking laws.
A iiiiiii Cnnot always hzavo his wIaV
about thaings and tho hoperuil n)w
imIeimiber woon) fild1s this to ho the in
casw in legislatho niinu1irs and soon en
becomes recon iiled to the inevita- .
ble, contenting himself withl tlo, t
slow pace of d(veloping crude ji
idoas into laws. it to stald theo
tost of judicial investigation. CO
The JOURNAL has Io criticism to u
make on the work of the General
Assembly, it, tatkes time to do a fo
good job and the 1)1OPl should su
not have any other palm off oi h
The most important bills of th A
sessions are still to he considered n
and no mistako should be mado 'I
about then. They affect the peo- 0
pl's pocke hook ind will surely
interest them. These are thu bills
embody inig the recommendations ~
of Governor Ellerbo upon thio c
means of meeting the deficiency
in the supply bill1 and were pre
sonted by the committee on way
and meanms. Thley are known as
the ad ministration inicomie tax,
and graduated license tax on ccu
pations, and graduated liceniso tax
on corporations. It predicted that
theso bills will bring on a big
fight. There is only ono way out
of the trouble if these bills aro
not passed, and that is to reduco
the expensos of the government,
so that the levy will rasio money
enough to moet thomn. It might
not be a had idea to cut down expeai
ses some anyway, tho nion oflico
holding taxpayer wouldl hardly
THEi LICENME BILL.
TPhe JOURNAL would he pleased
to publish tho license bill for the
careful perusal of its ronders,
but time, spaco and ty po are nc t suf
ficient for the undortakmng. lit is
interesting to read and studly the
many occupations and means of
making a livelihood in our bolovedl
Stat.. If a man is out of a job
and does niot want to work on) a
farm, lhe cortamly can follow
something olso and there is hardly
any end to the list he0 can select
from. Tho oiuly troublo will be
the license foe, if the bill gets
through. One good rosult from
the passago of the bill will bo that
overy man wvill havo as few irons
in tho firo as possible, as every
time lhe puts one in, lie will have
to pay for it, besides running time
risk of getting it burnt. As every
one lhas to pa~y to run his business,
he will probably attond to his own
business and let other people 's
alone. Those who have no busi
11056 and do not care to have any, t
wvill have a good excuse for staying
out amid saving time license fee. The
countfy auditors will have some O
ffork, receiving application for Ii- 1
nlses, and the county treasurers t
w~ill collect the sum provided to
be paid for the licenses.
The occupation of farming does
ntot require a license, as it is har'd r
to keep time business running at Ia
present prices and as am induco- u
ment for those who cannot pay for Ii
n. licnsne to onar in that hati
.'ho occipation of office and th
usinoss of draving salaries fo
id occupation was overlooked b:
1o ways and means committoo
his is a business that novor wil
3 voluntarily abandoned and ii
ways possossod of the ways am
Oans of paying the liconso foes
All oflice lioldcrs, except th
akors of laws, could not intel
onally havo escapod the vigilatce
thu ways arid moans commit
Tho following aro Section 1, 1m
of tho incomo tax bill, intro
icod by the committee on way;
''Section 1. That from and aftei
to first day of January 1898, thor<
all be annually assessed, loviod
Id collected upon tho glins, gross
'Ofits and incomno recouived during
a procedfing calendaIir year by
cry citizen of this Sta to, wlethboi
ch fgaiins, profits or incomo bt
rived from any kind of.) proper
, outs, Jint9rest, dividodl(Is or
lares 1ora any professioli,
Id, emnployneint or vocatii
rried on inl this Stito, or fron
y other source whatovOr, a tax
ono per ceitum so derived over
d abovo $2,e>00, ind 111) to 4;5,
0, one and ole-hlf per Contil
$5,000 and over ulp to ;7,500,
0 per Centumi on $'7.500 and
er up to $10,000, two and one
,If por centui oil $10,000 and
or ip) to $15,000, thre' pr cen
mI nII) $15,000 and ovel, a 11
;o( ta.x shall.1 beasw sd lmevied
Al e'->ec0ted anIinuilly uponl (Ihll
ins, profits and1( illnomo from allI
'operty ownled anld 4owy. busiano's,
ado Or proflession carri-:ed mn ml
lis state by per'IsoIn reSidiing,!
ithout this Stte, XCptinIg such
>rpor-ations as are ho1innfterW
:clted: Pide'Th, Tat in esti
ating t, gan, prohis and ill
meW ther' shall im , 1h included
torost. upon stich lionds and so
rities of this Stato or of the
litel4d States tho principal and
1 rest of wvhihil are by the law
the ittsue exemipt fromio taxia
Sec. 2. That inl computing in
1110 th1e lecOssary eXi)CeseS act
Ily ii.currod in carrying on any
siness or prolession, not includ
g ronunoration to tle tax payei
r personal suporvision or tih<
pport or maintainnco of his o
,r family, shall bo dcducted fron
e gross incomo or revonue; am(
ho word "incomo," ats used in thi
Ct shalir ho doomod lnd taken t
enin "gross profits": Provi(1o
hat no doductioni sliall be im d
r allowed for any aiount pai
ut or contractod for pormanol
aplrovemln ts 01' betteron'flt
indo to increase thu v'alue of ani
r'oper'ty 01r estalto or for the il
roaseS of capitail stock, 01r assota.
So far' C ov011orn Elierbho hi
ivenl saitisfaction11 to (everiy on1e all
is8 reCcomenda~ltionls hiavo mlot t1
Jppro)vl of1 the lawi mlake~rs. 11
hence ol (1eep con1cernl for the go,
f thu Stat and h111 iis suggc sfi0l
have been wise and1( ptrioti
About the only3 obi.stacles to 1
adm111iis tra I ionl caml~o from Sonai
Ma~hyfieldl and1 Ret.preCsentat i vQ Bui
The latf.ter' has abou1lit abanl~doJ
is idlea (of a]bol ishin g thle cogsthll
lar force, and1 thle formr ill naiiI11
1poor comfor't,if he hais the tomlt
ity to push h1is ( dispensaryI' sehien
lo had as w~ellI let it go by debll
and lot GAoveirnor'J Ileh haw)L it~'
chanice to j.ut te( dispensary I
to ai fair tialt. it, is the 01)mo1
of the b.est iniformedc~ m1on1 oni th
suhject that the law will got i
Theli reader's of t he Grteenil
.Nowsvei nliC1 ' l o ro fo compla1in
conltinhues to Iimpr~lovo is dopar11
1)10 of the P~O~iedont soetion to gi
ai copy of' the Nos Ed ito 01'ah
will illnirest huis roadaets, whieth<
they3 agree with im or il1 not, a
be (do0s not. seeml anous ah18 oi)0
that mlatter' itheri. Hoe has hi
vie~ws of 1m101 and1( mlonsur0 and1(
.iot afraid to exl)ress them.
Vowel Nlaowingum of Ea~ster I~a
A nlovel mlethiod of prnesenting tI
1iVowst~ antd freCshest Ealstortid e(0re
ions of Pais milliner's has be<
Ldopted by Theli Ladies'C I10ome Jo11
ial for March. In1 that ma1;gazhi
lhe ne0w Frencih hats an~d bonne
vil be pi' ared as they ar1e wor
h18 uigneqiL (displaty is useful1, thier
ore ii pomnting out, clarly nlot oni
'ashilon's (decree, but thle stylesi
onddr'ess best suited to several cot
r'asted types andl faces.
A Michigan fruit grower store
me apples iln barrels01 lined wit
owspaperp. Upon opening bau
lal that had b)eenl packod for
m1g time. ho found that in thos
nlined, more or less of the frui
as decayed, whilo ill thle papo
nod barrels thu a pples wo'ro soun<
d in finn nOnadiisoi
Homo OF THE t
to v C(OUx4TY SUPIERVISOR.
weari- For Fiscal year beginning a
It IV Novernber Ist 1895 and
ending December $ist d
o the 1896. e
o]ice- During the past fiscalk year there
o -liqu has been auditcd aniu or(lered paid by
bilr- the Board, claims amioulnting to
IlCy ,) 4786,71. Collectedl as Cominuta
o dle- tion Tatx $177.00. Collectedl as Fines
0 o- n1III Porfeituies $359.62.
0 A 'l'liere are thirteen (13) ininntes at
terest tle oor Farm, twelve (12) whi te,'
n11d One (1) Coloredl. The Poor. Farml
MII s nlow inn1ler 11:o inanlagenlienit of Wv.
Et t -:. Steuliens ani <!nring the past year
v tj 1 0r1
' to w L in charge ol J. A. Htinnietitt 0
ent s l'a tically self.-stistailing. 'Ihe
the farin is ill gool co lition. 10!
baI con(lition, bit will be worked as -
oon :OONs tChe watther will peril.
I h bri.gesr are in goo()l coniditIion,
xlexcept such asI are alrealldy unler
con trtact to:- repairs or re-building.
The allhiirs of tie coultv as turied A
oVer by th11e retiring, Sup-rvisor', Mr.
fig. Mattiew Illenudricks, v.re in goodI
Ilo a s.ha1p. No
iin't. Most of the past. i-debtei.less of
the couuitv, w iti the eweption of the
pass ra iroAl debt has Len paid, and
:bout $5000.00 of that (.ni safely be
.ine. retired, leaving a safe margiln for
as current. expenses.
with Respecutfully subuit td,
You Cotmity Su)vi-Vlsor. -
rilft s 1111011k 'JO IIi~OT
Fill :1 holt t le r clilm il laI wit h i ine
t, it and et it At:11. twon'Y-four a seli
t i ei o t o I linitudie , leZ a (i14iv.I:v1tI cln.
d to ilitiont of thie ki~tilners. Win- inrile finis f i
the lii en i' is p iv lv'.ien of iti r i
C to I ru le i taIeli. '.'o i frelpl- t tli e io 1rin1te h:
Od .orl tin in the back, i al-.o'l convin . l
proof that. the kid i ft- . 1 tnil a ilo are.
m an. > tII of orie lr.
ty tlh' RE D THIS! RAD ?111TO
Ut il .you
y ere k fort, in th knmwlege sO
often expressedl, ilh I Dr. Kilmier's Sw mamlp t
yea I 160t, the grueat kinety revineily finllills
very wih inliEvimE pi Inl the ckm , t
. k iY- ys ity r\laltr iI v rr p t, of It
L-he tii-itry It Wlict o ha . 1,in-Ibility
to (il0Nilie anl.-1 hin pain inl pn,.:sil
it, or3 b ll - folowinl ur-e of li pior,
wVin ( bveaji or w . atl I ore' t n , th1:t, 1n
f Con- pl..t nece-iv 1-f bC. com.el )
ittr ill get, 11y uin !i nn HII- lin i '. lle. 111 11 h'lt to
11lave nr'iIi t e. The mi14h . ldnIIt'N-extraor)'l inar-V
"Ii t of Swmuli y N:; i, soon realizi,4. 11
' :stan1.4 the highest fo il. w interful enre.
of the 1111t (listresing asK. If Y4 ueA
.l tio) a luedlicint' y u Shoul, h:1i- th l .-I. S'idd
n)) the by alr gi-ts- price lifty . %. ntll anl one -
d g .. l tr.. FoIr a .1:11up11t bh il t '14 an ll pamph
-il Y et, bolili Sent free by 111:il, Iien tion Till.,
;131.)1 '.:1 ' i" pi. otTUNAl,, 1 11 -11e n i ' ou r full
have post-.lie nltr , to 1to )r. K Iilmei & C11.
oditor i n -untio , N. Y. T he Irotp-rilors oi
lyp till t. paprg~rntetegnunn.so
$1 ioi' thlas o'lhy.r
ipply fe ll -9 nI l.
L) 1 READ THIS! RE'AD lHIS !
., Ill T Is SE il it ome I to
litii ng ! lnl: aa 3'allYlnzeis u, ~
u C p fa4Ior Still, iloor gal (40 patet-s.
-' .It . t . toainest c ann14y ttos .
trt etising!ie sp 'vs i
-, Ct;auietal tit, .C
' :ii!0- -- b- e ot l(i
For h 1$i purpon of h Iiere, tting the ' r.
tui'tont te Nlieit Yorkwt Iailin Sun
l Ity 0411 a lr il y, It',- ltbl ihed I ita srtilt 1 t n 1
.I r :-iratueig t'o. ofer thei bst i n
ii 44 t ill yt'st' 'sii low hatis atl 3prit
47 lten ntriiie. Thyca uyN
i .i itu stote veryo iow prio
lii'f t$10 itler s li.T o Mretu.I ryp; Pi ith
tvhc n p(htiIy bjeeicprated unde th law
ett 't brute ( 0of (' Newf Yok lh ait a - I
Si d3ivit l 3' tinto 0,y00fre s of 4 te Siteh:
.ult y airl andaon-uiis'abl' StohId
jJ. I~ his 04'o lis 1Ii .liiet a sae 81 n ighly prof
f)'tale henrtythaotl't in eran ton pay' luarg.
he t Itis the dsponali Iitr '1 an.entiacan
'wih the lc itt to a person wt h:
sinaues tvim ton finet I n bnyO''3 friom I I
ehot l I hs tosati ~oO shar'Cci. \\'hlien'
ntir ra 'the r hi'gh114r ciiit 11ri'es1 thtst
m I ON,- Ne~w Yo'rk newsaper e<,e~o't
.Vo . . I'tt r in - appar etl . th tti N~ et
bo tor antat- ne ofIhe WhanCfts tha
oeeir nl on e i a litliofe Afl' ait It
frcttPreset youtIeaof thncrease shown3 init h.
WrsIx Jotsin VDlthei tirNhti)n 1atnti Athr
adverty ~singoJ. 0 o the ii o b ouelv -mt.r
tjof two noroi diivoinds aii ld.j
.A.cA-. . "'.iAnt, Armo-A jbul liats y
of" A Day With the President
Desk" for the March Ladies
r Journal. The article is said
r singularly interesting inl the
with which it desenbes tho
some routine of the President.
said that General Harrison, i.
article, has delivered himself w
rectntess and vigor, relative t
annoyances that are visited ull
Chief Executive by plersistelt
seeker, :ndI he suggests an 1
plan by which the President%
elol inl that <irect ion could be"
lightened, and (e be enabled t
vote more attentio) to more i
tant matters- A feature of tl
tile thbat. -whill ave a ti imel y i
to those amiItiouis to serve the
try <11(er the incoming admi
tion, <l seribes very fully loi
Prcslesit. ilakes ap11poinltlleln
oflice. "A Da, With the Pre:
at l1is Desk" is unique in beilnl
first t in ile t h t hlie <iily life o
Presitient( has1 been de.-cribed i
who has fiilled the exalted
Articles upon the social and <1
tic life of Ile l'resilenit by G
11arrisonii will follow inl SUCL
issues of i he Journ11ial.
- 0 .40 - -
Inow, to DIu pose of 11ad44 Col
'I'aeklet oli-Sil. one gave
badl coinl yester-da *y, and .I d
klow wihat to (o with it.
Von liuier-Couldnt vou
'Tikleton-'sCol folr a long 1
The fir:t mian 1 trid it on w
tick et cerk, a 11d li rused it
Vmli ltli111'i-- liy didln't
Iry it. c ai hilmi,t '? Their r
are so grvat thov're likely I
enr edh's in inlonecy mlattn)rs.
T:u-kletonl-Oh , I did, h1
wasn't any use. Thn 1 ic
Iu*y a newspaper with it, bu
boy wouldin't Ivo it. I WCi
buy a drink, but that wouldn
I was almost dicourag ed, old
You Bltimor-L should sa
might liave be(n. But you C
passed it didn't you ?
Von' 1lluinur-On whom ?
Tnckleotn-On i friend of
To The Public,
I havo senit. seeds and othe
grossional matter to ovory vt
the distriot whose nanm'o .1
heen ahlo to obtaini, num1
about olevel thoisan:iuld. 1
still sonmo sceds for distrib
and if there is any voter o
district who h1a1s not reocivol
thing, 1 would be glaI to t
him. To l'acilitato th'.s * l
Ssoit I supply of' se(ds to tho
of this paper, Who \will Sipp
oio applicatioli. I c.annotL
e special kinds of seod as th
ii Plut 111p in sl1I pa Ikages
, lart unanId .1 ha4ve o l
3, edge of wliit. t boy cont ain, Ib
y glalysuply ucoh as I hav
g l dl.-i i p y A . ( . I A i'
A dIe'rU iissng.
Wl'iutt is thei night~i~y power'i' talay'
That holces o'er biness 145Sneh ai sw,
is Thatii ightly iiloino, wvill alway:i's pay
Whint. is it ceils the wh'ii -lac cf triae
le Antci gives toic ecctuntierie greatlst lic
What, ha-it h ie biggest fice 1i, c:cc
I c. Whact hitgie uciiic izai, lwn ;vri ala
18 Anti ic:,ete poor bnilie. ieb rol d
What~I:, is it inakes~c thce paperi thiv,e
ii ini whl i ot h~I iniost helpt dclri
i1-- Acrni t huts we*c ariec. t bas~'e icch-rii i
Itlehlictic i lot cf waycs wl c
A Fee'tling$ of Springu,,
ThIce sunishine'~s jes' a Slecepii'
Afic 'tre:cini' evI''ry where,
ii .An' I cani'i hielpe (ran iee'liV'
'lThet sprig is niearly here.
icknow ii by' thie hi ini n'i
ii nv thce lititte lazy iees,
! ii e fe itvi gc' , '~li wrdic'
Thiet l10e ui ponii cc hlie bree/.
iC I kinow, it b i he frogtic gics
A1 eri n' lccng ihe slire:4'n.
An'i by~ tihe pcteli agent
'Thei run14, his toniguie byv steal
Tihis ir is fuil ov bliessinu'
To a iclb-r' stif ii n' ecle
Ilicn' taclk t ic e rc' troube
OE.4~ 14 it WN Nts l'InsOI1
Vdhy' dIc I lccve youl, sweei'iitihat iin
I in socth1. I cantsay,
1- 1 never' saw,' his way.ctiii
- ,ii g t leii fccctc t si 4 sec ely''c preisse
l'hc Icathwc,'ay tee iny heart
ciiinl Saw,' hiini Staniclinig tiucro
11 A icl kne hec' iecilit neer <tejat.
Tilow' enin I I tl whiat beroiughct hiim n.'
)1 kniowv iiot how~ lit en'i~i
d tc""iv Lin',' ;inc hoei,.ec hci'ore
Theingic' cof hiis naewi.
iS, Rna -lill nrie iiuorc hc.antifiii
8$ Ahi e ,ci llri' mnla cc 'tis tr
Sand exhausted (iekcs
.. were once productive can
Sbe made profitably f<
by )) a proper rotation of'
.and by the intelligent u
fertilizers containing high
Strikingly profitable rt
-have been obtained b~y fc
ing this plan4
Our am letsarennt ndvertiing cricuai
m fgispetcilerilizerisci b uae pcraciikal works,
IU.akg. GERMAN KALI woRKS,
GENTS WAINTED-"or War In
OtNlI, by Senor Queatd. (,iillan
lre8etaltive It Washingtonl. Ettdlorsed
y C1u41an patriots. II tremectilous t L
1n1d. A banianza for agents. Only
1.50. Big book. big counmisslons. Ev
rylbody wants tho o1y13' enclorsel, rell
ble book. Outllts five. Credit given.
reight pai<1. Drop all trash. anti take
300 a untl with Wtar In Cuba. Ad
ress totay, I"E ANATIONAL BOOK
ONCiMUN, 352-356 Dearborn Street,
A large lot of mon and boy's Co
I keep n full lino of
Ut I) JMS, ETC.,
!1"I pay cash for hide.i, wax aind tal
WV. M. (0 L E'"I'T. as
Successor to ('o'wer' & Goodlett.
iAain Streot, G reenvile, S. C.
THE SOUTHERN, DI
(Late I txchaige llotei,)
FIRST CLASS COMME1RCIAL
'vly 1tetitted, lIefurnished, and %lodern
zed. All Gunests' IRoomns Lange, Light,
with Open (Grates. Large S.1tongie
lloollns onl Ottive Floor. CityN
1.uilway froni Air Line
erms per Day, $2.00.
G i:onm-: WY. K rr ~T'i.t.,.:. M\ t nager. ?
CAPT. 11. WrIt.. itef Clirk. Al
Jist receiveul lig lilt, good heavy clev]hs,
st colors, at.3:,% cents per* yard. A har
Lil lot of yard wideit Sea:t Island at 5 ents,
the yard or holt, perfect, goods, dol't
ait unt il this lot. is gotne. eo
Let tme try to pleas you in a dress?
New gooits coming in. Brocale silks,
Ikolene:, lhiekilg, l)itnit ies, Pereals and[
is (if other goods. Costs nothintig to look,
il 1.h.tiels and Wool Goods cheaper f 0
A .jiit lot of Jeants cheap.
I hoht.lt a bi- lot of heavy Cassimere
ants, t lie 1.5 kind, th!y go at .8 Cents as it
ing as they last.
1Bargains in llHats. Will please yolu in 10
hoes if you will look. Bargains in Shirti
I want..to sell Slioves and utrituire.
lilicy N :nite as ever, spot cash or prodnu e. i' 1
It matters not what prices yot git. on
rives I will satve you money. Good m heavv\
t I leis 15 vents per set. ' t
T. D. HARRIS. F
Jan. :1395 Pickens, S. C.
IcF AL L'S.
.Kw<BU DC ETown<u th
PIIUN and PIAX
FOR THE PHOLKS. o
~Ir. Editor:' co
Now~ is~ a good time to secure bar
ains in adllkinds. of F
WINTER -. GOODS, C1
We do not care to carry ov er some
>f these, andt oflor1 goo t I lies in
OWercoats, Jeans, Flan
nels, Heavy Clothing,m
Wei ailm htave ala lot orlii i tuseLful lle
M I lNG IM'ICEM ENTS,
SIIOY LS, SPtA1DS
FO' )lRKS ANDI MATfTOCES,
uid bliji1rs ~t sppli 's. All k i Pds of
oolS, Nails, Valley Tin,
)O00RS ANID WINDOWS.
An~othier lot of' Stoes and
W. T. iA'Fa. to
Jq) o Thrt 13ays,
COM M ENCINC
yory3 pa it of Shoes in thei hiouse
to be sold1 at ~ 1
o make room for our Sprinig
Stock. No Goods chariged
or sont out 0on approval mo1
during this Sale.
SPOT e.' CALSH ! r
he Factory Shoe Store.
J. M. DIckson,
Commencing Monday, Do<
consisting of Men, Boys an,
20 Per ce
Off our regular prices for
This is a bona-fide salo and
WC will show you our forime
Li have it.
NO GOODS CH-LARGED 01
TRIUNG TH u1s SALE.
Our stock is now and in go
in Clothing you can't afford
Ls Monday, Dec. 14th, mnd is f
New Goods! N
In Every E
Tell(r is too 1u Ch1 to tell
d see for yorseIves. \Ve
iny argainis 'which abound
Make a note in your mn
m11e to towni Come to sec us.
cent Outing in new dress stvle
10 cont ()tinig inl nw\ dres
los for S eentIs.
12-' cent. Flannle(tt-s fo drsse.
10 Yards Ifnavy Twilled Rei
aii n 0 nel fo $ I .00.
0 yar-ds 25 cont ife-Mviy ie(
d F111lannl fmr $L(.00
;5 ceit .1lonaVy Twilled IOI
anniiel for 25 conts.
20 cent schooi boy Je.1ans for li
35 cent school boy Jeans 1(
nco 25 cents.
Yard wide Piodniont, shooting h)3
) bolt 5.1.
Yard wide Sea Island by th<
7. Piedmont drill bY tho bolt 51
Calicoes 4and 5 cenits.
20 ya'ds best - G ingluniaii clicck.
50 cont Cassimeres all wool 33-i
Driess G ingham is 5 cen t' a ya rd,
38 inch Heavy All \Wool 'Dres~e
anneol 25 ceonts
54 inch Heavy All \Wool L~adios
CJarpets and~ MinfI gs chi
WeT haen spauce to mieni
m wledge we arel. the (eben~pe.
keep uip our reputa tionl foi
>ney~ than any hous)inS' up
iis8* JRuht~ 11 unt is with a
More good1s than [ have got
et it know that mnducemecnts
I offer the ind~llneet s witli
give the ''wvorld and~ thie fullei
msoeIwill priove to you thi
iRSS GOODS-iloe the k
1C pieces wool drel'ss goods S
25 cents a yalrd.
10 Pieces D~ress iFlannel 1.A y
115 Pieces 25 cent goodls nowv
D)OMESIC S--- I [eavy 27 ineci
22 'yards yard
.JEAXNS-One( of. Om'stronigl
Them be1st .Jcans evoj
A No. 1 \rool Jleansl
A good school boy
Fl anneI--Redl 'I.'vill Flanniel
Red Twvill Flanneol
1lho best 25c Red 1F
To meet the colhl n ights in Jn
tre goodl lankets at '18e 75c (
(Good heavy quilts cheal~er t1
Give 1me your~ tI'rd and1 you
Ahiandsomeo presentV gi von
ds boughtI of mie beforo Chiris
Shoes-I can shoe you meni, y
icy than any other man.
cnville, S. ('
. 14th, we will offer our entire
J Children's suits pants and ovor
every garment will be sold just
r Prices, take 20 por cent. off and
t TAKEN OUT ON APPROVAL
Ad shape; if you need anything at
to stay away. Remember sale be
or-CAS H ONLY.
!LLE S. C.
ew Goods! New Goods!
So we must ask you to come
will only mention a few of the
111 our store.
oru ndui book and when you
50 inch Black and Colorod Cash
moro 25 conts.
38 inch Black and Colored Cash
moro 20 cents.
Colored Dioss Goods 10 15 25
10-4 White and Groy Blankets
Best All Wool Blankets on Garth
10 cent Canton Flannel oxtra
heavy for 8 cents.
111 contCantoi Flannol better
for 10 cents.
10 ounceo Canton Flannel for 12
Bed ticking 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 12 and
Thn host for snirts yot, Cheviots
we havo thom.
Ladion Underwaists, throo for
50 conts, oxtri
35 and 50 con
M i..sos Alj \
and1( 50 cents.
Carpets siamlnols 25 cont[s.
101n imore comle to usN. AlJl nc
t st ore in towni and1( we initend
givl'in i01'r ' .;ood s for less
Sand will be gliad to see all of
LH OF GOODS!
noney. 1 want tihe money, and
mullst be offeed.
C UT PRICES. 1 (10 not promise
ess thereof,'' but if you wvill vis..
at the kifed has beeni used freely
n ife went deep.
>ld for 50 ets. a yard I now offer
ards wide at 334 cts.
nt 174 (ts.
cotton checks at 4c.
, est qulality, at 50.
wVido Sea .lslandl for $1.00.
Lt 5 ets,
tol ds; THR IEE SPE~C[ALS.
' sold by any mran for 25 cts.
3 yardls for 50 cents.
Jeans for 13 cents.
at 10 ets.
redu1Icedl from 10s to 12.b cents.
lannel im Seuth Carolina.
nuary, buly one0 of our blankets.
1.00 and nt) to $7.00) a pnir.
Ian you cani make them.
will nIever~ have Cause to reg ret it.
vith every ton dollars worth of
our11 wives andl chlren for less