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The People's Journal.
-Thrshors ! Threshers!! Thresh
-Will Pitts handed us a cotton
bloom on the 26th uilt.
-See notice of Teachers Insti
tute in another column.
-The County Board of Control
w1s in session Monday.
-Several interesting articles
were crowded out this week.
-The tin bucket blackberry
brigade is out in full force.
-Pickens and vicinity was vis
ited by a good rain Monday.
-R. G. Gaines, of Central, was
in town on business Tuesday.
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
R. Freeman on the 27th ult., a
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Central July 6th and 7th inclu
-Mrs. R. F. Smith, of Easloy,
visitod relatives in Pickons this
-Miss Anna Prico, of Sunny
Dale, visited at 'Squiro T. R. Price's
-Miss Mario Richardson, of
Liberty, visited Miss Carrie Wyatt
-Miss Aurio Hollingsworth vis
ited relatives and friends in Eas
ley lust wook.
-Tillmon Smith, who lives
near Beverley, had a c')tton bloom
on the 25th lit.
-W. R. Garrott, of the Six Mile
section, handed us a cottoni bloom
on the 25th ult.
-Ex-Sheriff Richoy has been
quito sick for several days, but is
much improved now.
-Miss Carrie Wyatt visited rol
atives and friends in the Table
'l setiol, was
-Messrs. Ben Parsons and V.
0. Willard, of Liberty, was in
Pickons last wook on business.
-A Bahb is building a fine two
story, ten room house for Mrs.
Naomi Mosoloy, near Sunny Dale.
-Cadets Bertrand Thornley,
Cloon and Ossio Mauldin. of Clom
son College, are at lioimo on vaca
-Miss Nora Hlendricks, a charm
ing young lady of Tshln MmIatiin,
visited friends in Pickens this
--T'horo will h e an all day dance
and1( picnic at Glassy Mountain
school house next Saturday the
--MisffSunie Pace, of near hero,
is on a visit to her auntL, Mrs. J.
Fi. Chijlds, of Greenville, who is
-Mr. and Mrs. B3. T. McDaniel
visited the latters parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. TI. Lewis, of Anderson Mills,
-The town council should look
after the shade trees in town.
They are being badly dalmagedl by
cows being tied to them.
-Lieu t. Franki Maluldlin, who is
stationed at the WVest Point Mili
tary Academy, is at home for a
short visit to his parents here.
--Leo, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Hall, of Greenville, is
quito sick at the home of his
grandfather, Mr. J. WV. Paico near
-The Teachers Asociation coni
venedl at thle Paris M ountain hotel
on the 30th Iulnt., an d a Inargo crowd1
wa p,resent. All that can should
-Leo WV. StansolI, who lives on
big Eastaitoo, killed a rattlesnake
on tho 24th uilt., that measured
four feet and had th irteein rattles
and a button.
--Mr. an d M r.s. .Lerro Me K inzie,
of (Or;o St at ion, is visiting Capt.
H. C. Grady's family near town
and( the family of Shoiil' McD)an
i th is woo'ek.
---An infant of Mr. aind Mrg,
Frank Ferguson, of TIahlo Moun
tain, (died on the 24th uilt., and
was b)uriedl the (lay fol lmving at
the Ooleney cemetery.
-4ighn iing struck two, trees in
a paslHtur'e of Mr. TPill mon Sini th, of
near iH'verb~ y, Monday and killed
two fine hogs of his that weighed
two hundred pounds net.
-Felix Stephellns, color'ed, who
l ives on Mir. Forest Allgood's farm
west.of town, dlied on the 23d uilt.,
and was buried the day following
his (loath at Secona church.
--Charlos Bowen loft Pic<enis
last week for Cateechee, wvhoe ho
spent awhile and)( he and his sister
Miss Florence, who has been there
somo timo, will visited friends at
-Mr. Henry Mauldin, who lives
in the Flat Rock section, had the
misfortune to loose his barn by
fire Mondamy evening. The bairn
was sot on fire by being struck by
lightning and about 50 bushole of
wvheat, two fine mules, one horse
and a lot af fodder and hay was
baurned. Mr. Mauldin was away
firom home wvhen it was burned.
'The loss is estimated at about
-'Ihere was a goodly crowd in
-Dr. W. T. Field was in town
on official businoss Monday.
-James E. Brown and son, of
Central, wero in Pickens Tuesday.
--Miss Mattie Hester is visiting
Miss Nora Payne at Fort Hill this
-Mrs. Robt. Childs, of near
Catoocheo, was reported to us as
being quite ill.
-Mrs. T.1 B. Higgins, of Easloy,
visited relatives and friends in
town last week.
-Sutherland & Griffin have the
biggest line of shoes anywhere.
Call on them.
-Joseph Hendricks, of Table
Mountain. was in town this week
-Read what W. T. McFall has
to say this week in another col
umn and give him a call.
-W. T. Nalky, who lives south
of Pickens, brought a cotton bloom
to this office on the 26th ult.
-A good new buggy for sale for
cash or acceptable paper. Ap
ply at the JOURNAL of1ico. tf.
-Mrs. J. E. Hagood, of Easloy,
accompanied by Miss Lily Carter,
of Laurens, visited at Judgo Now
bery's last week.
--Miss Eva Iolcombe, an ac
complished young lady of Green
ville, visited the Misses Richey
near town last week.
-Mr. J. W. Pace, who lives on
the Ferguson farm sowod five
acres of land in wheat and realized
ton to every bushel ho sowed.
-Rev. J. R. Riley met his regu
lar appointInonlt in the Presbyte
rian church Sunday and preached
an able sermon to a laigo congro
-The stockholders of , Lib
orty Oil Mill met last weok and
R. M. Wertz was elected superin
tendent and J. II. Brown secretary
-Capt. T. J. Mauldin has sent
in his resignation as captain of
the Pickens Rilies. The company
regrets very much to give him up,
but hope to got another captain ias
good its he was.
-The young people of Easley
had a most 9njoyablo picnic at
Cedar Rock Friday and in the af
ternoonl the Pickens people had
the pleasure of witnessing a beau
tiful parade givon by them.
--P. A. Patterson, Ben Hlol
combe, Job Allen, .1(11 Galloway
and J. S. White woro beforo Comi
missioner Thornley last week for
illicit dlistilling, but the evidence
was insuflicient and they were re
-Mr. John Brinsdon died at his
home in Charleston on the 25th
ult., aged 53 years. lie was buried
at Pendleton the 2'ith uit. He
leaves a wife and two children to
cherish his memor~y. He wvas an
uncle of Mrs. J. J. Lowis, of this
-John Tiurnor, of near Rock
postoffico, (lied 0on the 9th ul t.,
with fever. Ho was about 40
years 01(d and was buried the day
following his death at the Oolenoy
bulryinlg gr-oundl. HeC leaves at wife
and( several children to mourn his
-Tfhe County Examining Beard
were busy Mond(ay examining the
pape(rs of the applicants for certi
fientes. It seems that the present
State Board of Education have
adopted a set of hard questions
hore of late from the number of
certificates that are granted.
--Anotheir unaway scrapo was
wi tnossOd by ia goodly3 numbn er of
our town people Friday. Dri. D)ur
ham, of Greenville, was in town
on business and( his horse got
scariod at ani engine on the streets
and ran away, tearing upi one0
wvheol of the hulggy and the shalfCs.
No one was hurt.
-Jack Alligood, colored, who
lives near town, got~ his barn m'nd
about six bushels oif corn andl( 1530
buntdies of foddor~ burned hist
wooko by a spark from a th resher
engine. H is wheat was in the
b)arni too, b)ut was saved1 by the
throsher' hanuds. The loss is not
very great to him.
-Ani en t:rta in ment1 will be0
given in the new school house at
LibIierty on the th binstI at 8:30) p.
im., for the purpose oh furniish inmg
the roomis of said butiIling. The
exercises will consist of muusic,
cantata, d1ialogumes, reci tations and
charades, oe. A sinall ad;m ission
fee of five sumd ten cents will be
charged. Ev'ery body is i nivited to
-Ben Masters, an aged and re
specteod ci tizoni of neari Reck post
of1ico, th is conuty, died on the 24th
uilt., after a long illness, lHo wals
abouit 60 years (if ago and a main
her of the Saluda Hill1 Baptist
church from wich he was buried
the dafy following his death. Hie
loaves a wife and several children
to miourni his death.
--Clifton Earle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. WV. Earle, whio lives near
Pickens, (lied oni the 23d ult., with
pnieumonhtia. HIe w4s ablout eight
yoar-s o1 liand was buried the clay
following his death at the Baker
reaved family have the sy mpathies
of many relatives and friends in
the loss of their son.
-Perry F. Th it,d in
Andorson last weck
-J. 11. Brown. y, was
In town on busine - k.
-W. W. F. Brit ynard,
was among his old , town
-Prof. A. B. Ril. "- ritral,
was among his P- iends
Arthur Lesloy, who lvus near
Easley, handed us a cotton bloom
on the 20th ult.
-Miss Bossio McDaniel had the
misfortune Monday of getting her
hand soverely cut.
--It was reported to us Monday
that a sovero rain and hail storm
visited the Bovorley section Sun.
-Don't fail to go to the Soda
Fount of B. M. Griffin's and got
an ice cold drink beforo you leave
---Rmembor the prayer hoot
ing at tho Methodist church Tues
day night and at the Presbyterian
church Thursday night.
-Rev. J. M. Stewart filled his j
regular appointment at Enon Sun
(lay and preached an ablo sormon
to a largo congregation.
-i ou will want fruit jars this
yoar to can your fruit in. Suth
(lrland & Grillin has the largest
lot thoy have over had. Go tj
them and got what you want.
-Mrs. Eflie Morhorn, wife of
Mr. Sam Morhorn, of Auburn, Ga.,
died on the 24th uit., after a short
illness. She was about 17 years
of age and a consistent member of
the Baptist church at that place.
She was a (laughter of Mr, W. S.
Durham, of near this placo.
-Thos. K. IIudgens, of Easloy,
was in town Monday on insurance
business. H-e is of the firm of A.
W. Hudgons & Son and they are <
representing a good company and
if you want your property insured
give t.hom a call. Soo their adver
tisement, in another column.
-Little Charlie, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Leopor, of near Mica,
(lied Friday morning the 25th ilt.,
aged six years and three months.
He was buripd the day following
at Cross Roads church, tho fun
eral services was conducted by
Rev. W. B. Singleton. Wo extond
hart-felt sympathies to the be
-The examination for teachers
certificatos in this comiity took
placl in the court house Friday
the 25th ilt., and the following
wore examinod : Misses Nora
Iendricks, l.antie Lewis, Unity
Rigdon, Olive Newton, Eva Hol
combe, Mary Chastain and Bettio
Findloy, Messrs. W. A. Christo
pher and Sloan Miller. P. S. Lit
tie and P. E. Butler, colored, were
-Constablo Cu roton seized a
mule and buggy and1 eight gallons
of wvhiskey anud captured a negro
belo0w Easley Su nday morning
about 8 o'clock. There were two
negros in the buggy and whlen
Constable Cureton told them to
halt one took leg bail, but the
other ono commenced to shoot,<
and Constable Cureton had a nar
row escape of losin)g his life, a
ball passing through his hat brim.
-Miss Dora Jones, daughter of
Mr. James Jones, of Trablo Moun
taiin, (ied on the 26th it., aiged(
18 years. She had only been sickd
for a short time andl her doathi i
was not exp)ectedl. She was buried v
the day following hor death a.t the f
Oolenoy Baptist church of whichi
she was a mombher. Tfho bereaved
family havo the sympathies of
many rolatives and frionds in tho
loss of their (laughter.
-Thie mail that oanlo to Piek- V
1ns Wedinesdaiy afternoon the 2~d
nit., was in a bad cond(ition. Post
master Folger, at Easlev, reported -
that the mail agent on the vesti
buile going south threw the mail
oIl and it sI ruck a lampl p)ost near
the tick:et otlico at Easley and that
when it struick the p)ost it was
kinockedl uder the moving train,
earing the inail bang to pieces andi(
cutting the mail upl. Alail agents
shoul be11) more particular wi th
Uncle Sam's biusinoss.
--Mrs. Alexandler, wife of Mr.
Jakoe A lexandler, of Reed'(y Cove,
died on the 23d uilt., at the ad.
vanicedl age of '70 years. She had
boen quito feeble for some time
andl her death was cot uinex pected.
hlor remains were in terred the (lay
fol lowing her death fromi the Holly
Sprinlgs Baptist chiurch of whiiich
she h ad beeni a coni stout and use
fuil menmber for a nu tmber o,f years.
A huisban id and several clhi ldreni
aiid nmany rela'tivyes and friends
4ines(tedi toi aittendi .1h X nex regulaizr meietig
at the izi~ laef 1111t.inug at 4 p. ni. oII Sat
uhIIiy thei lo h01 oif iJuly,
Juuly I w2. President.
'The fuollowing is a list o,f the Petit .Jurors
t.o servo for thle omrn ig July ternt of cot,,
which convenesJ(4~ the* seconal Monduay, with
Judge 1t. C. Watts presidEing:
Th'los F Findle y, Jr M~ JRatnpey,
Ji N Li ronI , itt A F'r.enan,
Alleni 10Eden, C (G Lewis,
.J S Itoweni, Warreni ) uthierlaund
J S Hi Price, J1 ie ,Taihni.'oli,
.Jaiiies t 43r ham, 11 I (ilstrapi,
Aiongo i'C Day, i \ i(ay~
A ) t1mith lU Lewis,
It A Herd, It C I(4olh1nson,
it E Chiastain, Wv Tr ntes,
Li E Looper, WV i Maulini,
Sauimil oggs, lhieil W.Vinchester,
S Hi iirown , it F' WyattI.,
(I N (Xox, it E Cihibiress,
III) JLnhafrdt, Watde O'1)eil,
anmtho,ny ihakor, J7 1) Cureton,
W H Griflin, Mt JT Wobiiorn,
Newsy Notes Forus. Eauley.
Mrs. J. it. (lossett returned lhonme last
week from visiting her danghter, Mrs.
Hodges. at H1artwell, (I.
Mfiss En. Joh1nson who has been visiting
her cousin, Miss Iola Briggs, in Spartan
hurg, returned home this week.
Misses Blanche and Fay linclgens spelt
last Mondaty in Liberty with the brother of
the former, V. E. Iudgens.
A Mr. Epps was before Magistrate Citre.
ton on monday for "trantsporting" lielor
and wtas found guilty by a jury. Ills law
yer, Mr. Carey, took an appeal to at higher
Miss Alma Smith, of A nderson county, is
+pondling the w'ek with relatives hero.
tiss Lillie Carter, of Princeton, S. C., is ]
q! ending som time with her friend, mars. J.
1. Hlagood, Jr.
Our young people had a delightful after
1o0n pienie at the Rock Spring school
o0se on3 Thursday of lust week.
miss Floy 1"olger, one of Cent.ra I's most
.harming young ladies, is visiting relatives
rir. and MIrs. I[enry Nix spent last. Satur
lay with the latters paurents here.
miss Birdie Keith, of Greenville, is visit- 1
ng the family of atr. W. W. iohinso,o.
Mrs. 11. e. Nichols, and her son R obert
,lorton, is in from Atlanta to spemd the
tununer with airs. Nichols mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Itelper spent several
lays of last week with friends il the rtay
J. T. Lathemtt is greatly improving his
tore room by pttt.tintg an ofilce and iharneas
'Uses. Judge is 3an1 enterprising young
atu3 and is sure to tulcceed.
Mrs. C. N. Wyatt, Jlts returned from a
leasanlt visi1. to Attderson eonllt.y, 1t1 tlhe
hange in3 the Doctor is v'ery noticeable.
Ic does not like ieing at "twidlower" if 'tis
m3ly for at few days.
Prof.and trs. .1. C. Ia igst1433 are spend
ng their vac.at ion wit h relat ives in Georgia.
A gotely nutlber of (1r people "went on
ho exiursionl to Clemson Cullege n Tiles-.
lay of. last weck, and report. a mlost en joy
miss Maggie Itatnkin, of Acler"soun ounty,
s visiting her sister, irs.\ W . SSmith1, og
atr. andl ttrs. W. ml.lI[agood have returned
ront visit ing the NashlleiII Exposition.
Miss Olive willialus spent several days of
ast week with friends in Central.
Our young people enljc,yecl themlselves lit
I lawn part.y givt th e. t resitlelm-o of Mr.
1'. i. itiggins welmnesday night, last w"eek.
uiss Ila Siulpson, of I'iedlnatmt, has re
.nrned hotue after speutling sever1"al days
vith her friend, Mrs Cemp. Johnson.
.Mr. T. B. Iliggins, who has a position
'ith the Seaboard Air Lil 1 . It. at 1aw%,
'oneviliu, (la., eauul up last weeic for his
awuily. They wrenl. to their futureu homue
m3 Mondlav afternoon on the down trailt.
hleap for cash, one Sco iuld1 power
otton press. Apply to Jas. A.
Viliton, Central, S. C.
etween )acusville and Tahor church on
ast Sunday, a little oys velvet 'ap with a1
;olden lace border. The thlller w i (olfer
favor by returnllinlg sane to the ulder
igned and341 will receive compensation.
R1iv. W. M. IIAInnFN,
'it"kens, S. C. t I
Thorn will bo 1 an ele3tiott at Ifagood
'hoo houtse inlla Igoodl striet, No. 8, on
Butlrday .1uly 3d 1897, for the purpose of
Alecting trustees for said district at 8 o'cl'k
3. mll. , and close a3t1 12 mlt.
Judge tM. Welorn, 1). A. Cooper and R.
I. Haker, trustees.
Cas'd of TaIsauks.
We take this method of extending to our
riendls and neiglhbors our 33any bhaliks
ild gratitude that tw o 'onblier we nl-e due
:-hem for the ulltiring elTorts of adlinister
ug to our wrantits 1m111 necessities during the
ast" illness of our little son Charlie. May ,
::od the (liver of all oreciouls gifts.bless
"m:tl of ti,:n. Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Looper.
Thelo e3xcentiv co(' lum0311itteIe of thle T1welve
NI ile Itiver Baptist Associat ion, is caP.lled to
imed, 13n tile (elmIrks3 oille0 at J'Pickens, ogl
r110onday3 the fifth day of July13. Every
member1413 of time co311mittee is requeIllstedl to
be( presen03t a imipor'tan3t business!5 will bie
con)isidered(i. ConnnzmitteE: J1. 'T. Lewis, W.
N. Boldinmg, Matthiewi 11'lieks, 0. P.
Field 31311 W. T1. Ilowen.
JT. M1. S-riswvan-r, (Chairman311.
IfietiOns (If Tvmmte.
The31 ('0nt3ribu1tor' toi tile schoo3! house4 am33(
lot in time town''3 of PicIkens, are' hIereby3
'alled( to meiet at the cour lt. house35 on3 'rues
133y, the 6ith day3 of July, 1897, aIt 10 O'o'lk
3. m1., for the purpose05 of elec.tin3g a1 1Roard(
>f Trulstees for Slidi property for tihe enIsu
nIg yeair. Let thlere be a fulli attenldance.
Sectary'. Chl'm. It'd Trnstees,
['I.e E.se'rciseM of ise Tes33chaev's
ill be(gill ill time c1ourt, house54 aIt P ic'kens1' on
e 1les0ons onI Norma I Ins1truc13tion given111
[lpie'il i1 the 1 inere1t, 4of educa'3t if mm. Pro'(f.
lighes, assisted1 1by co3m3petenlt ins5tructors
'ill lie on3 hand11. Le4i, all t'3eeher5 and34 ]
ri4em1l oIf ednen43t.ion1 at-tend and3( m3illiem t.hoi
3uSit 1 tof 18917, w(%or'thy to bie r'ente~3mhered,141
dJO io. 11 l:v Y
iotice of Final Settlement.
I will apllPy to tihe Proba1i3te Jud11ge for
33ave to ma13ke3 a 111nal settemen33t. of the
staIte (If Rachad331 Cha3pmn, deceased504i, on1
Ill'u day 133 of .July3 1897, 31331 aski to 133 dli.
194401331 41,103tfAnE CH3APMAN,
Our1 On tiro stock of Dl1lY GO(ODIS
md3( NOT1IONS, without r'osorvo oIf
tm siglo artLicle, will bo0 soild at
-FOR T1IIE~ NEXI
D)on't walt unitil the Choico
I'hings atro gone, . YLa como at
t"WE MEAN WVIIATi WVE
SP~O'T CASI I, no goods charged.
HUNTER & HAMILTON,
LIBERTY, S. C.
PetyWsiou D td .,a t or hir
494 I OfW 4uldr4 inetond wan.
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
We have yet a few bushels of Peas on
innd, aind now is the tie to sow them.
1targtlns in Straw Ihats und Fans.
Some Slippers and Low iCut Shoes to
A nice lot of Iloney and Real Good
lour and Coffee.
It will soon be tie to wear Grass
lades and save all the I1ay.
)on't fail to see our Frniture Depart
ient and StVO.,f' Pot warr, 'Tinware, .1ig.
are, Glassware and nearly everything.
)own stairs, t'p Stairs, Overhead and
n the Walls.
rC'ome ami see. iia
w . T. '_Z7aLZ.
I have now in stock a complete
Lssor;ament of the
The "CHEAPEST," the
MOST COM FlO ltTl'A BLE"
mnd "IURAB.1 E TRUSS,
n1 the M1ar'1et.
Af all kinds, and at pi ices to
suit the times. Come and se
G. W. Eale.
Pick.ens, S. C.
)ry Coods, Notions, Car
pets, Matting and Win
)o you want a Spring Dress and the
Newest. of' the Newv Trimmings.
A cargo of the& choicest, of Dr ess
All the NoveItiesi ini Spring Trim
AllI the new and f1)4 ashionabeIa Lin
ng.i, wVitha all the3 othler3i3333z; innu eral
temsi in D)ress fin ishinlgs.
There is no article us.ed in Dress
Jonstruction overlooked ini our selec
XLL TIIE W'EA VES IN WIIITE
K., Engl ish Long3 Cloth aind the
L,adies Newc'. Collars aind C'ulls (thuis
Rrchinrg and Accordeon Pleatingt
or 7Nckwea r arnd Tfri omig use,
'rom ">5 t.o 85 cents. ('I lhe latest
LPlain and Emr'oideriod1 Chiffons
n1 edgings andl allovers.
D)amask and3( Tol)ls, ne0w patternis,
niit over', .see them.
No nook, no0 cornerl in the0 house
vithuout som3e useIfl article. Prices
ire gnu arnteed to be the lowest in)
Flerris W\aisi, children, misses andl
adlies, 25 cenits to $1.
1 00 ltalls Matting, all grades.
Brussells Carpet 50 cents, made
P. S.-Butter ick Patter ns.
Telephono Call 93
All pers4ons areO 1mOreby wairnied not to
h,ire or ini any way emptIloy3 on1e la Young,
cotloredi, a4 lhe i unider ctraiict to31 im u til
thne 1st of A ugust 1s!Y7. TIhose disregarding
,m naamro wat isnn ntal.
R. L R
Prices that speak fot themsel v
The ladies say that oar liee of
theretore it goes that they must be.
Organdies et 15 cents, Organdie
Organdies at 373 ceutF. All Organi
The piettiest line ever shown in
ever from S cents to 15 cents. For I
Dimity worth 25 cents.
This stock is complete with all ti
domestic, from the cheapest to the lir
A Few Special Pr
A 75c. blac'.c Ienrietta for 50c.
A 65c. black fi gured Jacquar for
A GOc. black figured Etainne for
A. 20e. Cents 1lS Linen Handker
chief for Joe.
1 doz. ladies line bleached vest,
worth $1.00, for 60c.
3 spools cotton for 100.
4x7 Smyrna rugs $1.75, worth
A nmd thousands of other bargains
('all and see our stock and get p
YES. everything new and stylis,
my store at Calhoun, Pickens Count'
When the trading public of
GOODS, I invite you all to visit ml'
A look will convince you that t
stock comprises the latest styles Im
HATS, CLOTHING, H
I will make a specialty of Shoc
styles for Men, Women and Childn
CERY DE'ARTM l NT. You wil
tractiv'e, at the lowest possib~le figui
My present line of foregoingr g
dlemand every (day. Thle pneec ind(I
my goods are attractive.
I am determined to be " Le
locality and serve you polite'ly and1
*W"'P. S.-A car load of No.
14'tiL i's ai nd( M iss
Chi ldren's and1( Ji
Newv lot M\onl's C]
ALL KINDS OF
5Wesavo you dtollars inl
othecrs. ario blowiig and swealtinug ali
of pins and thiere is no poiint to tI
ON YOUR MI
To rein d you tha t ~5as Iac yearl
is still trying to growv 1mor1 vigor ous
mnethodls, earnestly e(sIiri ng to benef1 i
obitaina~ble for as little monley as will
dollar for dolliar.
I have used extIra care in hune
that I can give the best values( foi tIl
In Woolen D)ress Goods, I havye
at prices from 15 cenits to $1.0 aO ymi
I give mry best attention to Blac]
that on thijs line, there is nmothming in t
My collection of Oigandtics, G rem
Staplo Air ticles. at e' k (ept ini amii
season. Good heavy Cotton Che,cks
at 5 cents. The best line ot Cottona<
My Shoe Business is unqiuiestlim
only good ones. (I let the other folk
every dlefectivo shoe.
When y ou want anything in a s
nearer sillpplyinlg your I wants thian an3
Trade with Park for Cash
and then you will sooni hatve ca
Greenvilln, . R .
es. Our Prices always the lowest.
Organdies are the prettiest in town,
s at 25 cents, Organdies 0, 80 cents
lies 10 per cent. lower than others ask'
G eenville and at prices lower than
5 cents we give you a real French
LORED AND BLACK.
c newest weaves, both foreign and
est, with trinmings to match.
ces for This Week.
',4x7 Smyrna rugs $2.89, worth
Art, Srluares from $5.00 up.
1 box, three cakes, Buttermilk
Soap, 6 cents.
113 yards Fruit or the Loom Bleach
:8 y ai ds Sea Island for $1.
S ya tits Blouse Linen for $1.
Clark's Spool Cotton 20c. dozen.
Best A pron Gingham 5c. a yard,
too numerous to mention.
1, as well as durable, will be found in
this locality are in nood of first class
store and examine my stock and
his A dvertisement is no lunibug. My
s and keep in stoek all the leading
'm. I also have a well stocked QRO
alwa ind verything fresh and at.
osinclude "VALUES'' that are in
icemnits are as stronig as thec quality of
ader of Low Prices " in this
CALHOUN, S. 0.
1 Timothiy Haly, at $1 a~ hundred.
L1 L..ine~ of
II Hats and( Sailor..
Bhack "' Tan Oxfords.
ifanits Blaeck and Tan.i Shoos.
uthiing anid Hats.,
K of SHOES ini
HubIstanltld Bargains. Whilo somo
>otijt two cenits sav(ed y'on on a paplOr
has p)assedh and as a newv one come.
in~ helter' and ilmore' active buisiness
every itistomer C, br givi ng best values
consist wit h patying his own obligations
my goods tis season and( feel assured
least mioniey olceredI anywhere.
iany of thme newest weaves and colors,
t D ress G.loods ando unhesitatingly say
he uputrj.'llmy that will surpass me.
odlins, Lawns and Swisses is a
e siIupy att all thaes without regard to
it 4 eenuts. G;ood yard wide Bleaching
le I have ever had and1 at the lowest
d My customers know that I keep
w oep the sorry ones.) I make good
lore come to Park'S ho can come
have ini Greenville.
dulrinig 1897. It will save you money,
msh lor your actuial needs.