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The People's Journal.
--Mrs. L. W. Hill, of near town,
is very ill.
-Maj. D. F. Bradley, of Easloy,
was in town on business last week.
-Tho condition of James Jones,
jr., of Knob, is sonawhat improv
-Miss Bessie Ligon, of Pindor,
is visiting friends in town this
-Mr. Leo. Gillespie began a
Mhool at Wolf Creek school houso
-Miss Cora Chapman, of Mica,
visited the Misses Harris, of Field,
-Miss Emma Finney, of Andor
son, is visiting friends in Pickens
-Mr. Hurbert Newton visited
at Mr. J. H. Newton's last Srtur
day and Sunday.
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Kelley, of near Pickeus on tho 17th
inst., a daughter.
-A Moxican who has stolen. 1,
000 horses in tho last ten years was
-arrosted this week.
-A most enjoyable dance was
given at tho hotel do Thorn lIy on
Thursday night last.
-Mr. James T. Porter, of West
minster, visited his brother, Dr. F.
S. Poi ter in town last week.
-The Shady Grove school opon
od Monday the 19th inst., with
Prof. W. J. Boggs as teacher.
-Miss Lida Hagood, of Ea:ley,
spent several (lays with relatives
and iriends in town last weok.
-Miss Julia Fant, a charming
young lady of Anderson, is visiting
at Capt. Thornlcy's this wek.
-Misses Ben lalh and Georgio
orte(l to us
im tio Reunonu sectiutn last week
-The Departniont of Agricul
ture makes the condition of cotton
89.0, compared with 83.5 m Juno.
-The largest wh at crop over
known has been harvested. Kan
sas will mako over 50,000.000 bush
--Two loads of fino melons wero
brought to town last week. This
was the first we have seen this sea
-Contracts have been awarded
fur nearly half ai million dollars
worth of new buildings in Andr
son, S. C.
-Rev. TV. C. H-olsclaw will con
duct a pr'otractedl meeting at OoIe
noy church on the first Sunday
-Nir'. Julia W"ood, of Elmont,
Texas, is quito ill fronm being hurt
by a cow. She is well known mn
-Dlinspensor Baker r'eceivedl
notice Tuesday fromt Columbia to
close the dlisp)ensar'y campjaign (lay,
the 31st of July.
-Mr, and Mrs. D). J. Carter', of
Charlotte, N. C., are visiting the
latters pare'4nts Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Ash more oif town.
-See notice of Wvinthrop Nor
m.al and South Carolina College ox
aminr:t ions in the court house on
the .13th of August.
-Mr. W. B. Childross is criti
cally ill at his home near ' d
mnondl. Took sick Saturda,y with
a st1 ock of p)aralysis.I
-Thoreio will b)0 a pr'otracted1
meeting, conducted at Seconta
church by the p)astor', commencemg
the first Sunday in August.
-The O)olonoy school in district
No. 30. connniience.d on the 19th
inst., with Miss .Janio Gillespie, of'
East Fork. N. C., as teachor,.
--There aro05(~i toeneon noew cot -
ton imills now in courise of constriue
tion ini North Caro;ina. Tfhe
larged1 inill has 52,000) C1pindlos and1
-Mir. A. 1E. Koll1ey, oif Porter
posteflice, tliree ini les nor'th of'
P ickon s hiad about, half an acro of
cotton ki lle(d by l igh tning Tu'IesdaQy
the 0th i nst.
-MrIi. L4de. B. McCradly and1(
family, Misses Lena Logan, Anna
Logan andl br'other', George, all of
Chiarleston, arie stopping at Mr'.
-Mnrmriod , on the .10th inst., by
Re'v. Joe Mc.Junkhini, on a Moun -
t.aini near Caesar's I lead, Gleo.
Kirkland, Colored1, t.o Miss Ella,
-V.S. .Jone~s of t he Rock section,
wvas in town last wook and report
eni good ri'ns in h1is sectiJon andl(
through layi ng-hyv.
-Read chango in the adver't ise
ment of Hnter & H-amilton, of
Liberty, and1( call on them before
ho Great Slaughiter' Sale is out.
Only four weeks mnor'e.
-Auctio,neer Langston sold the
mule, wvagon and guns last Wed
neOsday that wari' capturod0( soe
time ago by Constablo Cureton.
Maj. J. J. Lowis bought the mule,
wagon and1 hai'iess for $35.00 ; WY.
A. A I Igood bought the carbine r'i tl
for 2.0t! E. E. D)ay and Dr. T. W.
Folgor ~ought the pistols for $1,25
and 50 ent.s. Th in wna chap.
-Thoro was a. goodly orowd in
--)r. R. F. Smith and family, of
Easly, visitod rolativos in town last
--J. P. Carey, Esq., is spending
awhile at Glenn Springs for his
-lisess Marieland Lucia Folgor
of Easloy, visited Miss Corrio Bruce
-''he Vandorcock Company will
establish liquor agencies throuhout
-Mrs- A. R. N. Folger, of Gaffl
ney, is visiting at Judge J. B. New.
bery's this week.
-At Loxington, Ky., five negros
woro blown to atoms by ono strik
ing ia dyniamito pipo,
-Col. J. E. Hagood and daugh
ter, Mise Queon, of Charleston,
ro in Pickons this week.
-Tho house of a farmor n:ar
Pineville, Ky., was set oI firo last
week, and a family of five perish(:.
I. Berry Childress, who lives
nvar Pickons, was reported to us
Monldayas 11 beig dlilgerously ill
-l1ov. J. T. Dobson will begin aa
protracted iieotiiig at Go ldef,.n's
Creek church the fourth Sabbath in
--1ichard Graveley, who lives
near Uraveley's Mill, had the
In isfortune to lose a fine horse on
tho 16th inst.
-James .J, Herd, of Crow Creek,
was amiong his Pickens friends last
week and says crops aro growing
nicely in that section.
-Mr. Claude ollggs, accompami
od by his iother and Mrs. Lillian
Boggs, of Fort Hill, visitod at
Mr. J. II. Newton's last wook.
-\Vin. A. Gresliam, of Fort H-ill,
passed through Pickens last week
onroute to Brevard, N. C. whore he
will visit relaities and friends.
-The valuo of corn is getting
to be very great here of lito. One
farmor killed another in Marion,
N. C., some time ago because the
murderor's son ran over soven stalky
--Married, on Sunday, .July 18th
at tho resid(enco of the olliciatin
minstor, Rev.J. T. Dobson, neal
Central, Mr. Benio Roper to Miss
Minnio How. All of Pickcm
-Mrs. Julia Kelly. of the SIN
Mile sectivfn, dlied oil ThIuhtslay July
the i5th aud was buried le fol
lowing ilday from Keowee cli urch,
Reov. W . C. Soaborn conductiing the
-Mr. L. C. Suddot.h, who lives
about a mile niorth of town, killed
a larg;o pilato snake on the I Ofth
inst., thliat was thri ee feet l ong anid
mneasuredO( fouir and1( thireo quarter
-We wrie p)leased on the 17thi
inst., with a call from Dri. .J. M.
Cron0isha~w, of Tabhlo Moun ta ini. lHe
replorted good seaisons in that see
tieni and1( says thli heal th of the comn
mniiy is muclh jimpr'oved.
-A six-year-old boy in Sani
Fra ncisco seizedl hold of a sand1(
bag whilo a balloon was8 ascending,
and was1 carried upi 1,500 feet, when
the clild let go andl( fell. He~ died
boforo touch ing (lie ground1.
--The followmItg airo stoppinag at
thF Ain- bIer Houso: Mrs. 0. D). Os
walhl aiid family, of .James Island;
Mrs. Wim. C. Davis, of Charieston ;
Mrs. P. L. R. Boitz and child ren,
Mis-s Dora L~alRocho and M rs. A. M.
Bckute, of Grconvillo,
-Jaimes, the little son of M r.and
Mr's. Amos10 Sutherlanid, of Rock.
rlied Onl the 20th inst., with f yphoidl
fever. Hoe was buried the (lay fol
lowing at. O)olenoy church. The
boroaved't'( fail iy have the symplla
hiL-s of miany friends.
- -Messrs. L . P. and( R. T. Smith.
of AnderOisonl, will r.uni anl (xcuri
s10on to A shovilIle, N. C., on Tues
daiy thle 27t h inist. 'T'he fario for~ lie
roundI tri p from iGUreenvil is501 ony
$2.00. Tlickots oin sale by Smith &
Bristow, at Greenville. Train
will loave at 9:15an, mn. Let overy
hody take this trip.
-A most enjoyable dlance was
givenl at. the rosidencoc oif Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. L~ooper on Friday n ighit
the 1;thl inst. A good crowd gath
oied togethoer andi( several hours
wereC spent0 iln dancin1 g. A larigo
abilo was hnavly laden w i th g 3od
victuals and1( all showedl their apj
preciait ioni by ivpart aiking. We 1ho1)
to moet Suipervisor l.ooper anid his
kind1( lady againi so01n.
-There will be Children's Dayi~
at TFabor church'el on IhIn first Sat
urdaiy in August. On thel :-0th of,~
his mionthl thioir will heo a geneiral
cleaning off of the gravi' yardl and
church' I gr'oundsI . Everyboysi\ in
vited(, sc')Ciaily tile Bt'theleheim,
Enoii, R:locky Knob11 anid 11(olly lhush
Sundlay School's. Prom inen t speak..
orsl will lie presen'it.. Bing well
-Rev. W. C. Seaboranrequest
edl us to aninoun ce that, 1ho recei ved
a letter fromi his son James, who~
is at Williamsport, Penn, that lie
was diagerously vil with typhoid
foyer. Mr. Seaboiren 18 xpectinig
to go) aind see him ini a few (lays
anmd lhe will not lie able to fill
his app)loiintmonts at his churches,
but will have some11 one to meet.
his ap)poinltmnits inl his stOadl, un
-Born unto Mr. anli Mrs. J. A.
Robinson, of Dacusvillo, on the
18th inst., a dlaughtor.
--The Citizens Union will hold
their annual picnic at. Kemweo
church du rig the first part
of August. )ue notice of timl(w,
speehos, otc., will be givPn.
---r. .. G. Freeilan, an aged
and respected citizen of the Cross
Plains section, this colnty, died on
the I 1 th inst., aged 67 years. IIe
had boon sick for some time and
his death not uLnexOeted. Ie was
bui-led the day following his death
froml ('ross loads church of which
he was i mlwre r. Sevon chiildren
aid miianv relatives and friends
>+urvive. The funoral services were
con(ltcted by the Rev. Tio.
Mir. A. W1. Folger camto near
having a Serious accident one(t iay
last week. 11o is building a now
carriago house and was on a scaf
fold 1ol)ut eight feet from th'
groudti when in some way he fell
to the groutind, bruising Iiimsolf in
some t wo or three places. The
fall was of suflicient, force to make
him unlconcious for about twelve
IIIinutes. Wo aro glad to report
that lie is iow ale to he out again
L arge crowd(s are nightly InI alt
tendianc(. upon lthe' tent mneet,ilg.
Miss Mary Martinl opelned her
school at Dayton last Monday
Col. W. A. Neal, S111)t. of the
S. C., Penitent.iary came in Mon
day afternooln, accopl)anl ied by
threo of his children. Ieo is stop
ping with Mr. lRagsdale, 11111nager
of his Pickensville farm. Col.
Neal brought with hin three cen
victs whieb attracted (luite a crowd
at the (lepot.
Mr. Marion Day has purchased
the Calhoun Griflin corn mill and
will move it here toho run by steam
at. his Ilaining mill plant.
Mr. V. A. Clyde loft on Thu'rs
lay of last wvok for Toronto Can
ada, to be gone about teat (lays
Io will also visit Niagara Falls
and(t Saratoga, beforo ho returns
Nlr. John T. King, of near Cal
houln. visited his brother, Mr. .1
Monroe King, of our town lasi
Saturday and Suinday.
Miss Blancho Iludgens com.
mene1tiitI (er school at Holly Bush
on \Lond:tlly niliig.
I I I1 i he signs (o niot fail we.
will Ii.v(' the 1)l( asur' of( r1'"Or'diiug
111ltthese e' tlI1Fs. R Ilarrilago of
11, j,1iin 1t voting n11an of Uilir
t(iwll '.( long.
The I ),'(Ick(:n.miller family ulter
tamnod aI >t.all crowd Friday and
Satur(:ay nlights at the Academy
L1alI1. 'liOso who attended 5)eak
iI very high terms of them'
W1'e no longer hear of drv streaks,
it seemsii the rains ha~ve bleeni gen
enil siinco Saturday and it rains.
TI'here't is plenty of griass in erops
The mail Ipouch flli ini thle ditchi
hiemo Sa'iturliday niight and1( got thor
Air. Gruaindy and fail~, (of SpaLr
Itanhutrg counlty, ire v'isitinig his
faterm-aw IDr. (G. E. Robinson.
Ai iss Lizzie B3ogg~s, f rom below
Piedmuot,l is visit injg her old hiomie.
J1ohni Workmtani is visitIamg his
briother. Rev. W. Ii. Workman.
Mrs. J. 11. Brnown accom pitametd
her sister, Miss lone McCord to
her. home ini Atlanita to visit her
W. A. Stewart, telegraph opor
atter, at Charl otto, N. C., is visiting
his father, Magistrate Sto,wart.
Miss Nora TIempltlotoni, of L4aur
4'nw, is visi ting ber sister, Mrs. D)r
WV. A. Shieldonm.
WV. ( . Wil land hias miovO(d into
his hotel. Contractor Bell hias
tmoved into the houso vacated by'
WV. 0. W\illardl.
Mr*s. M. Hi. liogs is very sick.
Thos. EC. Willard and TV. P. El
len burg are Iboth reported conval
11. ll.Andderson visitdis (laugh
ter, ir s. ,1. D). Stmithi last week.
J1. D- Smni th 'l rued fro m Geor
gia last. week, whlenr lie wet on I ani
inplect ing tourht tndt wats very favor-.
TIhe I il Mill Company is hanvitng
thle miilI re-cov red anmd venil u atr
pult ini throughi thle enitirec building.
Prof. It E . I higgs is teach in g
thie Walk er and1( Mc Elmole school.h
MliSs Fianntie M~ooro( viited lien
un icle '1. 11. M\ooro last wook.
ContI iactor lhollI has Iinttishied the(
nowt~ school builIding an td hats com-i
moneiced to bulild1 C. T1. 1uitchiins'
The phletogra ph main gave his
11ppiitnItmient, t,be go-hy bohro Sait.
uifday ntight iaud did not givo lie
WVinf9 ip (oite;e NelsoIarsih ips
'l Exnmiuatc iE.saInintIeions.
t i i C, I hl1g' a mid fofr I hie 1(I in js
Si' ii of t'W st m ti l-4 w il l be heltI
at ih' (ulity Coulrt iIoliso lii Alg.
18th at 9 a.ini.
Alpiins nlliist, nti' he l'"ss Iintal
arshtips are vaca te-d aflt'r Aug. 18'Ith
Il1'y ill II I aWrEd t(E t~o Ilhose
miakingt thlie highest average at. tIhe
hgNa )l il ,lii isI'oll.~s e'
li 1l I ailid Wazsliiiig is Itl y S.5( por
For)i fur'thet' mfornihmutin andi aillI
catailogue addrleI.s l't'sident D).1.
Jolhnson, lIock IIlill, 8. C. t1.
WatdA dea VEo inthn
1))A11 JoUIINAI,. In o'dor to qui't
tho foars of tho.,e at ia (listalcO, in
reforonce to thi volcano, imaginary
that, is located, or that has bneen
locttd( hero by friend MIllhatton,
1 will try to tell the ttith about
On 'Thutrsday ovei ng, Jully first,
a rock onit a brook near 1 . J. Wil
liatls COmIt'eed cra''kiing and
poppig s') louttd as to attract
tho at tOntion of Alhonv len
(ricks, colored, a ;enaint, Who lives
niea r. 11) not boiig able to solvo
the mvstory, wont after Mr. Wal
kor Williams. who was plowing
not fatr off. 'T'it rock would crack
and then anl explosion similar to
a blast in a we w1 ~"itl dvnamitO
that wentdowlI (1n. There wits about
tiwenty by twenty-four foot of the
top of tho rock that, scallod ofl,
ranging in thickness from about
one-a itlf inch to fivo or six inchos,
following sms1 in the rock, mak
ing a most excellont, place to got
hiarth rocks. ''hat there is smoke,
ashes, lava, hrimlstone, or sizzing,
frying or roaring or anything moro
about. it is from M ulhattonism.
'['ITo pienic it Singleton's Sr)1'ing
i'as muc1h iljo\("(l by a i11nmer of
Voting 1)eo1)l inl this comnlunity.
Tit many frieids of Willie
flurns wero grieved to hear of his
dentI, which occurreld on tle 11th
lSt., at his lather's homo tlnar
Marrietta. Ho was buried from
Ebonezer church on the 113th imst.,
Rev. J. E. Fostor conducting the
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. lleid, of this
1)lice, Visited1 Mr. and ilrs. Thos.
Newby, of Marriotta, last wook.
T1'hu farmers of this section havo
chanlgedIr rom goo and ha to somo
thing Iloro lively liko yanikoo (oo
(11 or old dan tulot"r sinco thoy
have finished up their crops.
Messrs. John 'TIon ey and
Iomter iltichtey, of Pickens, passed
through this burg last week. They
wore ut, on I)usinloss.
Hor)' Alexander, of Eiiorce,
Floyd Mattison, of Anderson and
Vade Chastain, of Rock, visited
in this burg last wonk.
Jesse Miiller, colored, who lived
on J. S. \Williamls' farm died at
her honiw' ,nt th(- 9th inst., and
was buried the day following at
Shoal C'reek citurch.
Mr. T. N. Blake!y and family,
of (reenville, visiteod Rrv. J. E.
Fostor's family last week.
)l iss llle Edeens, of Ta.1ble
Nlolintain, visited .lelativos near
hero last wek.
Mi'. 14'n \ic1)ant!el aid sister,
Miss \lamit, of )acusville, wor
sh i )1)ed at Poeter's Creek and OI:;a
Miss Betlah Foster is oil tho
sick list this week, but wO hope for
Mr. W. 31. WVihliamns, 0110 of our
mxost poipular y'oungiJ men1~'1, visited
his b)est giril niot Iloing atgo antd Itas
seemedl qiito) happy sinlco htis r'e
M\lr. andl Mrs. J1. R. Foster, of this
p)lalce, visited 3l1rs. Foster's parenits
in And1(ersonl counitty last weok.
Will iamis and1( lIarker ar'e now
(doing a good butsimss at the Fos
ter' Old stando.
Miss Mili iFoster01 visi ted Mr's.
'T. E. Cohemtan, of Hellami's Cross:
ing, last week,
Mr. C. W. Cooper, of Greonville,
v'isi ted1 his best giril last Sunday
and( htas had qjuito a bright smile *
on hin1 sinIco.
It is thought that the wedding
bells will cItime in this burig sooni.
Shtul d such aI tingtt occurt, we will I
kindly r'ememtlber' tJhio editot'.
M\liss \'erner' iFosteri visited her
iant , i\ r-s. B. A. Foster. ,
July l(Gth 1897. Con.
0RA5elier Cures sick-rleadaclie,
Neragia, Cramps, C hiolera Morb)us
Diarrhoa, &c. 25 cents for large bottle.
For sale by Fr'eetnani & If etdricks, Pick.
enis, S. C.
-A goodl ntew huggy foi' sale for
cash oir accepltalo 1)apor. Ap)
ply at tho J .1 AI oflico. tf.
We re eteiniedto matike thiern
I :1 h,e.et of' all. (loort ' Shir tinig at1
I cent per i~i yail. Best Prints at 4L)
to .1 'enit.-'. Cot ltonads f r'omi 8 to 15~
'(ents5 and the goods~'~1 pr'opor-tionially (
8 lbs. Glod Collhe for $1.00.)
lontr frotm.fl.5O to .35.001 per bar'
reol. We watt y,ourt tirade andi will
lo Onr) best. to please yonl.
HUNTER & HAMILTON,
PHUN and PILAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
We have yet a few bushels of Peas on
ltatal, nd now is the time to sow them.
ltrgnais in Straw Ilats and Vans.
Some Slip111rs am: Low Cut. Shoes to
A nice lot of Ionley anhi Real Good
flonr and Colliee.
11. will Soonl he t ine to wear (r'ass
lalies and save all the 11ay.
Don't. fail to see outr [urnitnr )epart
neit. :nl Stoves, l'ot w:re. Tinwure, .1u1g.
vare, Gflassware amd11nearlyr everythling.
)own Stairs, Up Stairs, Overhead and
,In the Walls.
Lh"( 'oltle a1111 Ae.'8l
I have now mn stock a Complete
Asior:,ment of the
The "CliEAPEST,'' the
"MOST COMFORTW'I'AU LE'
and "DIURAMB TR USS,"
in the Marl1ket.
DT R UGS,
of all kinls, and at pi ices to
suit the tilmes. Come and see
G. W. Earie.
Picka'n.s, S. C.
3ry Coods, Notions, Car
pets, Matting and Win
)o you want a Spring Dress and the
Newvest of the Newv rimminjgs.
A cargo of the cboicest, e of Dress
All the Novelties ini Spring Trim
All the ne(w andl fashiionable Lin
ogs, wvitlh all then oither ilinurble
temus in 1Dres~ fin ishiungs.
Thlero is no aritele uised in Des
XonstructIion overlookedi in onr selee
iLl THEII' WEl~AVES IN WIIITEj'
Organd'Iies, Mu'lls, Persiains, Swiss-'
E. ngl ish Lonig Cloth andii the
ILaies~% New Collars and Cutis (t has
Rullbig antd Accor'deon P1leat in
>r Nockwrer andiu Tr'ining uise,
om 35r t o s5 cen,ts. ('Il he 1ltest
Plain and Emblroideried Chiffons
1 edlgingis andt a Ilvers.
D:uitnk andO ITowel. , O Ie pat terns,
1.t over,5( see themiu.
No~( nook, 1no cornier inl the house
q. guarteed t'4' to~ be thie low~e.st, in
I0 (i kolls ,\Ilttig, all gradhes.
IUru nel l.s(i ICat Sn C cets, made 1
P'. S.--Buttoriek P'atterns.t
TIPeephone Call 93
lotice of Final Settlement.
I will aipply t to ItPobaite .Jttli fori
aveI to imktue a tlinal set,tlemient, of thle
4' '.in day3 of . ily 1897, and ask to lho dis
islsed a. executor,.
R u,~~~- I-R - .
NEW $PRING GOODS.
Prices that speak foi them-selves. Our Prices always the lowest.
The ladies say that our lino of Organdies are the prettiest in town,
ther ef ore it goes that they mu1st be.
Org:andies at 15 cents, Organdies at 25 cents, Organdies at 30 cents
Organdies at 371 cents. All Organdies 10 per cent. lower than others ask'
])ITVMI'.l+ t ..
''he plettiest line ever shown in Greenville and at, prices lower than
ever from 8 cents to 15 cents. For 15 cents we give you a real French
Dimity worth 25 cents.
DRESS COODS---COLORED AND BLACK.
''his stock is complete with all the rewest weaves, both foreign and
domlestie, fromt the cheapest to the fine:t, with trimiuings to match.
A Few Special Prices for This Week.
A 75e. blac'., 11eurietta for 50c. ( Ix7 Svrna rugs $2.89, worth
A G5e. black figured Jaccguait for $.r89. w
50c. Art, Squares from $5.00 l).
A GO(. black tigured Etatnltnko for I box, three enkes, Buttermilk
W-e. Soap, 1; cents.
A 20c. C"ents HS L,t1u'n IIandker- I'; y,,tds Fruit of the Loom Bleach
chiet for 0e, $1.
I doz. ladies fine bleached vest, 23 yals Sea Island for $1.
worth $1.00, for Gt e c ya cls Blouse Linen for $1.
3 spools cotton for 10e. ('larkc's Spool Cotton 20c. dozen.
4x7 Smyrna rugs $1.75, worth liest Apron Gingham 5c. a yard.
And thousands f of, ther bargaiis too nutnerous to mention.
('all and sec our stock and get pi'ces.
?iBAil_ D1 1 A.T7
New a , Gods,
NEW - PRIGES.
YES. everything neu' :lnl styIish, as well as dulrable, will be found in
mlly store at Calhoutn, I'ic"kens Coulnty, S. C.
When the inding public of this locality are in necd of first class
GOODS, I invite you all to visit my stoe ancd 'xamintte my stock and
\ look will coiiice you thmt; tlhis Al'I ve: nI cllent is no llumbug. My
stock comprises the latest styles ino
DRY GOO)S, NOTIONS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE AND FURNITURE.
I will miake a sp)ecialty of ;hrs an" d 01kclp in stock all the leading
styles (or Men, Wminent :ntil (iiir'n. '1 :l:o im ve a well stocked O O.
0C4ItY )EAl;TM NT. \ou will :ulwavs find everytlltnlg fresh and at.
tractive, at tlhe lowest tossilc' figuei.
MyI pjrest, lne of fon.g in rg goodls in hlte "VALUJES'" that arie inl
deman d every diayV. The prwe~'t irnu'enro. ts a re as str'onig as thle qu al ity of
miy goods are' uttractive.
1 am dletermined to bie "~ Leader of Low Prices " in this
locality and serve you prolitely alu1( atlt'nt ively.
Doyle Building. CALHOUN, S. C.
rmar I X-07m13.
at. " .' .- -A cari load( of No.. I T'inn,hy IIay, if $1 a hunlidrod.
NiE W 0GC C)V) 5,
IEVE RY ]D A.Y!
G laiead IISrI M isses IHats li( an ailrs.
Laiis "' " Illackc " Tanir Oxfords.
Chiildrrn's andrt Infanitsi liinek anid Tan Shoos.
New~ lot Miii's Clothing anid IIa(s.)
Theli 8 *si STOCK)~l of SI]I (]fS ini
ALL KINDS OF FARMING TOOLS.
E 'esavo y~ou dollar11s in suibstanitial thargains. While som11
oth1(rs ar'e blOW inrg and1( swei'nrg ab outL two cernrts sav~edl yOn oin ia lippr
of' pins arid thoro r-s no point to thei pinr.
I-.ANc3TG I'T I
ON YOUR M EMORY 1100K.
TFo retnind you that ax each year ha~s pas-td a ridas a iiew one0 come.
is still It'ring to gr'ow moro1 v igorouis ini belter anrd imore aetivye business
mevthrods, ('a rn'slIy desiring to ho;nifit ('very 'list ai-r, b- tlivinag best vahuies
oblotaibale for' as lhttle mrom.ty as; wifl 4o4i '1 withc p ing Lix owni obligion
uollar' for dollar.
I have used extra enre' in buingii myI toods this sxoni and feel aissuried
that I can give the best v'aliiis f'or the l earst monaeiy of 1ered anywhr e.
in Woolen Driess Goods, I have' iiin fl1li thnwest weaves anid colors,
at pri'cesfoQ 5 liO ents(('l to) l.(rt a y.a dI.
I give may best at h-nt ion to Bla-k 1)>r- ;oouds amid urnhositatiogly say
that on this line, there't is notingii in the' rup-ronry that will surpass me.
My colection of1 )r-giilrb, GrenA<hn-, I. iawn and Swisse's is a
Staplo Ar tif'les mte k'ep-lt mi mniile suppily at al thnes without regaird to
sealson. G;o I lea vy (Cottoni Cheekes at 41 ents. (Good yardl wide Bleaching
at S cents. Thie lestI1) line'o Cottoniade I have't ever hadl antd at the lowvest
My Shoe Bunsine~ss 5is nquestoned My custom-er's knrow that I keel
only gootd ones. (1 let thre thert' tel low eep thle soirry ones.) I make good
every deOfect iv so. 5)
W~hen you wanit anything in a store coime tto ak' he cani como
near'en xupplym ig your wvant s than airy have in Groeni'l.
Tr'atde with Park for Cash during 1897. It wil save you money,
andi their you wdil soon1 have Cash tfor youri actual needs.
Greenville. S. C. West ...d.