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-Stoves and furniture cheap at
-See the ad. of J. MoD. Bruce
in another column.
-'Mrs. J.0. Brook is confined to
her room with sickness.
-There 3 a groat deal of sick
ness in the county now.
-Charles B. Calvo, Columbla,
is the:State Printer now.
- lon. Joel H. Miller was in
town on business Tuesday.
-If you want to live long, don't
try to live more than one day at a
-For Slo:--One half acre lot
on Garvin street. Apply to T. C.
--Read the change in Misses
Rogers advertisome-t, Greenville,
and consult them.
-No matter how poor a man's
memory is, he never forgets when
you owe him money.
-There will be a union Christ
mas tree in the Baptist church on
Christmas eve night.
-M. F. Hester and son, Wilton,
went to Brevard, N. C., on busi
nese today, (Wednesday.)
-Jas. E. Brown, one of Cvn
tril's prominent mterchantH, wn
in town on business M ondialy.
-If your schooling dos n,,t,
help you to better the worid, your
time and money are, both 1,Kst.
-Mrs. John L. Thor1Ii y nod
son, Bertran, visited thu i .m l.
parents at Pondleton IaHt wee:.
---Messrs hIollylhcok an(d ta.k
Mays, Iola, AL.dorsonl counyi V, V -
ited friends in Pickons lia wO .
-Do you want first class Ph t .
grapos? If so, calI at Rt L, 1lender
1son's Gallery whilo in Pickeiis.
-Mrs. McKinley, mothor of
President McKinley, (ied at her
home in Cant.on, U., on the 12th
--ThOro are somUo girls "sweet
enioug11 to ea l.," W ich we 1)resil 1O
they do regularly three or four
times a day.
-An en tertain ment will be
given in the court houso Clrit
mas weak under the auspices cf
Mrs. J. 1). Curoton.
--$5.00 givon away at Hender
son's Gallery. Who will havo it?
This offer holds good only until
Christmas of this year.
-For all kinds f1ro works go to
Ben. M. Griflin. e1o will certain
ly treat you right. Read his ad
vertisoement in this issue.
- There wore no 9Arvices in the
Methodist church Funday. The
pastor, Rev. W. M. Harden; being
in attendance on the conference.
-J. M. Phillips Central. p)ur
chased the assigned stock of 0. P.
lBright, which was to be sold the
17th inst., from W. Rt. Wyatt as
-Lost :-In Pickens on Monday
the 18th inst., one ten dlollar bill.
Finder wvill p)lease leave at this
office and receivo liberal compjenl
-The six year old son of Mr
aryl Mrs. Gus Durham, Nine Times
died on the 7th inst., and was bur
led the day following at Secona
-Rev. T. C. Holsclaw met his
regular appointment at Grillin
Sunday and preached an ir.struc
tive sermon to a large congrega
-Stability is the great secrolt of
esuccess. No man can prosper
who. is a mechanic one dlay, a pro
fessional man the next, and noithi
ing the next day.
-Bud Brooks ar 'l Grady Rey
nolds, will hang in Gouigia to
morrow, (Friday,) for the mutrde"r
of M. C. Hlunt, which w~as coim
miitted some time ago.
.--Deputy Marshals Lewis andl
Roark captured fifteen gallons of
whiakd'y and two muiilos ad a wa:g
oni Sunday ovening in town.i
boy and wvoman woro ini the wa.onm.
-Dr. J. Rt. Riley, of lCasmy, and3(
Rev. WV. H. Work lman, of Liber
were in towvn tihis week, members'00
of Presbytery. D)r. R1iley's m.n,y
friends greetedl himot 0 ord)jjinI Ily.
-Ini a commnIUicatio.n bm.. o
signed Agricolist, a miistaht ,
miadle by th1e pr1in3teris 13 in h r
bJ$n "'except 1to colh16.es and oii
-A horse e'oibir w'as ta.loni out
of Mr. Ibang 'layt.m.'s huiggy Sun.
day at Drm. W. T1. Fiold's- while it
wvan in the yard. 'T1u,oOno thmnit
got it had better rottirn same asC 1
soon as possiblo as sonme one knows
who got it.
-The In torior Doepartnmnt este
matos the tol-'.1 In1d ian popubimmtion
of tihe United States, oxcluisivo of
New York Indians anid the five
civi lized tribois, as 117,178, located
on 177 reservations oimbracmg 83,
-,Hendricks & Griffin we're thme
first to put down ciross ties 031 thme
Pie mns & Eaksey railroamd. Theyio
are Jatt,ing downm ab'out 1,000. t.i#e
per day in goodl weather. It will
be at least two months before the
r<a will be completed.
-1\oe1p your oyo on McFalI's
Budget and givo him a trial.
- -Juo. E. Craig, Greenville, was
in town on business last woek.
-i can hlp you out with, the
Christmas tree. T. D. harris.
-Beautiful line of toys, fruits, a
candies, nuts, raisins, etc., for I
Xmas at Harris'.
-You should read Morris' ad. I
in another column, Call and sej
him when in town.
--Your ittenltion is invited to t
tho ad. of T. ). Harris this week.
Soe what h1 has to ay. C
--Why don't you tlook through
IIarris' fin(, line 't mntlH and b1 oyS
clothing? I'rico r( dclltc d,. (
-Frce,iian & I11"n(dric;ks invite
you to c',m,i' at1(1 in spect their
stock of gootwk h(,f1r, buingii els'.
--1 %wilt o fit yi1 1.hl, whole
faily in shoes. I f wn In 't trade t
it will ,ot, h, on a'n':',1it. of the I
prico. ''. 1). arris.
- tIiss A 1inie .M 11.y .1Io,Ho. Irushy
CroI,Ik, A 11(I=,r'in1 (:1 11 t.yi, who hilas
h11'11 I41i,on l i i, ,gt 1 1.1111n with the
M IHh i' lin.mr,, I' l,rl, retu rn ed
.I~1n1- lan ':, ( sifln ('y, was (
In l o la I ,, 1 111: V.oo on: 11 busliness.
. jJ2ieli- iIr: betr' about five
y ': 1": ago, b ii- at, t.h, time Coin
ei't1 1 I i,., JoUNAL. His c
("vII' f1'ri.ndH wor-. glad to see him. c
- '-r. stlli'- Lesley, wife of WT, I
ran .I Air b-. d1ii(d at her home i
1 : ' s'.n h of EI'ansl'y on Mon- J
-l-i'about 2 1,'clock.' int)
' i.. .t. .,i' }w ri ag''. Shle r
Iandl. s 'r- (hildren
It11( I it11'! 11 ;'4 ,t .'s an1(1 frienids
to 11011111 her (eath. I
-MrsI. Z'iin 11 liIbrtson02, Talley, I
O)toneo count1y, dli1d at h(r h)ome0 d
(1n the '11 h in,st , i '-d 45 VOlS. t
She ha"I ( inl fl l! l i'lih for
S,11 Iim ml' ;11ni her ("atii Was not d
liln 'l ,( ('(e . 'hr." w;l it 1)1(1 j,cy h
o f th'' Di1)ti htit1hI and loaves I
five clidron to mloulI her (leath.
T'h it itrmn.nt t("ok place the da.y
f'ollow in;; at tie, family buryin'g
-Th'lle Illuhamnah scho ol will have
at Ch1ristias (1ttrtai11nmont on1
ThulLrsda'y tihl 21d inst., beginning ,
at 2 p. ni. EXereises will bo novel,
ui(el and interest-ing, must be
setn and Iea rd t b e iIhoroughly ap- e
p1reoCiat)1 d. 1)r. I,iloy and Rev. L. .1
'T. Weln ar,n ea ('x)ected to ho pros- c
'alt and adl 1o tle pIlleasuro i of the "
ocasSion. lhe school is taught
by Miss luiannlo Moore. Lot every- y
body attond. E
-One of our exchanges reports i
tho following asi a cuiosity of law:v
'-A yo)ung man11 purlchaseiHd 2,000 ex-i
trai fuo cigarPs, and1( had them in- I
sur-ed for their value(, smoked themi t
up and1( demanllded1 thc insuranzce,
claiming that they had been) de- e
st royed by firie. The case was tak- a'
eni to the0 Oi cout an th1 le Judge (10- 1
cideOd inl favor of the y'oung mantf. a1
'VTo msur1anlCe comltpan2y thenm had
the yountg man21 arirestod1 for setting ~
firo to hiis oIwn prioperPty, 1and( the .1
same Judge ordiered1 that lie pay a
fine aind go to jail for t,hree S
-A shootmng scr'apo occurredc
between Birch Lewius and Ervin
N iChlson nbear Supervisor E. '1.
01pe'so the 10th inst., whichl
resulted.0( in the l(oss Of Nichiolson's
right arm. Friom wl-at can be
ilarnied , Lewvis f'ol lowed Nicholson
1ut2 oI (ver1 somne wvhiskey matters,
and( L,owis claims N ich9lson cuit at
him and1( grazed his sk'in and Lew
is shot his iright arm off. A pro
iiliiry hiearmog was haid Monday ~
court-I. Drs. Eari ilo anid Wyatt am..
dloinig very well at,1 last accounts.
--A floituing mill in our town
iLor. T'h propri)t4r, inI passing
someP tl!oor. I told huni I wanIted1
to s:ell him!1 50ome advertAiing. I
tilmy mloisin g ~ii! Everybody E
kno:wr, ih' mid is thi.re.'' Ill Ila
h:. -: Xd 1me if I know whier-e
~''WanLt2d, goodi. ents atl the milL." I
)Pin) la for I:y he l12 nof lin andg
ni the u?1h of I wo:ul ol thr
\vil Ie ii~iri'8 olsii w)OrLo wantod
av itlhe Cm i. CI d,al0010
~Th ountyer (oft ilmondrs iloc vi
Al(2(lini ('ill1e211 reletiId to lm00irs
promptly intJaheiry slao o Aelg c
eonh :ithnof lb cinmber aist tilero
woily bwbuilnesoi ilporanc io by
taten to1. Te guan qustion
Jool HW . Milr ocuo.
Mnayt j)in'42 Januairy 1898iou Al4 'e
pes,los haing aim agas t hejP1H (P)22
countylep wiPlltrender tho i4. byI f112
that t imo#. E.FLopr
(Correspondont to the JOUR(NAL.]
Liboi ty, S. C.. Dec. 18, 1897.
-R. M. Wertz will visit Char
oston this week.
-There will be an Xmas tree
icro Xmas eve night. %ry
-Missos Nottio and Willie Par
ons are visiting rolativ6s and
riends in Georgia.
-Mrs. English, of North Caro
ina, is visiting her son, C. N. En
lish, our depot agent.
-Infant son of F. M. Morris
ied the 8th inst., and was buried
ho (lily following at Roberts
hurch in Anr(lson county.
-Thr, parties who were mention
(I in conmection with tho wreckwd
uggy In lly last communication,
luny the charge that they were
trunk. Is the lying horse to blame.
---Coak Iladdei was caught by
Jrarsha1 Hlopk 118 yesterday while
hasing is wife around in town
eit.h an axo inl hand. Heo was put
n the lock up to await a hearing
eforo the council this morning.
-Wm. Hunter and sons, and
arkins & O'Dell had their stores
iurglarized last Tuesday night the
th inst. The burglars only took
few light g-ods but knocked the
nob and handle and one of the
inges off of the safe at Parkins &
)'Dell's. Tlhey woro followed into
Inderson county where they hur
larized two more stores and then
c'ent toward Greenville and wore
a pturod near the city. They have
llfessod that they (lid the rob
ing and wore brought horo before
lagistrate Stewart and sent to
all Saturday night. The name of
ho hurglars are Ben McKinney
.Id Dock Ilicks, both colored. C.
What, is (oiug on in Easiey.
The youngest Child of Capt.
)avidson which was so sor
)usly burnt on the faco some ten
ays aro, we ..ro glad to report
hat it is Improving.
Our young peol lo had it most
el ightfnl sociablo at the hospita
le honm of Mr. and Mrs. E. I.
,arton last Friday evening.
Miss Anna Jones, of Fountain
nn, is visit ing Miss Zoa Glazenr.
i rs. A. T. Folger, of Washin
n, 1). C., is here to spend the
olidays with her mother, Mrs. A.
Mrs. R. C. Brown, of Lowerr
illo. S. C., is visiting her parents,
)r. and Mrs. J. R1. Riley.
ThI hors. and mulo tale pss
(1 oil very quietly last Saturday.
'hey onlly (ispos('d of a bout half
f a car load. They carri::d the
e!st to Seneca.
Almong the horses sold Saturday
as aln n(lian pony that had nev
r been broken to ride. He could
ick and buck regular Texas style
nil throw the first onie wh'lo got
nto) the saddle. By that time a
argo crowdl had gathlered and thlen
lie fun be.gan. After a good (lea!
Mir. Wilson got inito tihe salddle
ndwas successful in remain ingI.
t w'as a iregular circus for the boys
nId colored popu11lation.
Mrs. J. B. Clyde, of Campobello,
..it itg her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and( Mr's. Waco Acker spenlt
undl(ay wi th thle former's m1otheri
are of Tablo Rcwk streot.
Miss Liio Mau llin has pur
msed0( the Mil linery business of
[isses Duckworth & WVyatt.
Presiding Elider-W. C. Power.
Buncombo sti'eet and Mills--W.
.Rogers and 1). W. Keller.
St. Pauls-H. B. B3rowne.
And(ersoni and1 WVest End-W. R.
ichardson anld T. B. Harper.
Star'r and Iva-F. H. Shuler and
Pledm)ont'-C. P. Taylor and T.
Greenvillto City-J. C. Counts.
Fountain Inn-J. WV. Shell.
Reidville-C. HI. Clydo.
Gireers andl Pelham-A. UI. Best.
TPravoler's Rest -C, B. Burns.
Eaiolo liand b$othesda--J. E.
Pickens anid West Picl:ens-J.
North Pickens -To he supplied.
WValhalla Circuit-J. S. M\ulli..
a)stin)str'--It. RI. Dagniall.
Pondleton.-A. 'T. Dunlap.
Will inamston) and1( Providence-P.
iitor Sou thernu Chrvistian A\
ocato.-J. 0, Wilson.
iu*ist ai2' Sunday school editor
WilIlininston Collegow-_g an
From a F riendq.
M\r. Ed~iltor: The Rev. WV. B.
inigloton p)reached his farewell
ermon at Mount Carmel Baptist
hur'ch) Simd(ay to a large congro
ation. His sermfon) was prieached
a the youing m)embrs of the
huirch prinIcipally). M fgnit Oar
net has tprped off a good and
aithful ser'vgnt. lip has p)roaIched(
or tihe last -13 ydars, and of the
orty-t hre year's, he 1has sup)plied
do'int Carmel 19 years. T4he
buiroh, has stea(li ly girow4) stronlger
ider hlis carfufl aidmin)istrationl,
nd( is no0w On, among the strong..
at churches ii) the couny.
wV. A, 0.
Boards will give reason for+drol ping namnes
fromn the roll. The c ounty exaiti ning
board will iteet Thttrsday .lantiary 27th
1898 to sett-le all di$pted and eontests thu
Pension Boards elected lit 1897, will serve
until August 1897. The rtles of State
B1ard of Pen'tnioint s with ether blanks will
be sent to the Auditors ollle for distribu.
tionts. N. A. Christoplher,
Liberty Lqnd Sales.
By virtue of the authority ves
tee in us by t)i la,st Will and
Testamnot of 'IhbniaM E. Willard,
deconsed, wo.vill on ,TuIesday, tho
28th daiy.f Do,9,derll- l ait 11 a. in.,
1897,.iii the .0 of Liberty, soll
to the higiest bidder five (5,)
valu11ble tracts of 1itids in an(]
near the sid8i towi.
Plats of diflerent tracts can be
soon it ally time by tpplying to
the Executors, and saino will be
oxhibited on day of sale.
Teruit .pash, .purchaser to pay
for the deed.
T. (4. Boggs,
Executolr of Thhomals 1+. \Vil
Liberty, S. C,, November 80th
FOR LOW RATES
TEXAS, MEXICO' CAL.
IFORNIA, ALASKA, or
any other' .'point, 'with
FREE MAPS, write to
Fred D. Bush,
.District Passenger Agent,
Louisville & Nashville R. R.,
30. Wall St., Atlanta, Ga.
(Late Exchange Ilotel,)
A FIRST CLASS COMMERCIAL
11 O' 14.L
New lIv 1Celil.1 el4.efLur4 iashal, aui M Alodlern
ized'I. A ll (l i. ts' it, lt(a11t Large, Light,
with Openl (rates. I arge Satlple+
it:tilway- frotli")A ir'- lin'(1
Terms per Pay, $2.00.
G cii u V W. ICrTll.:t..r, Maturger.
('t V. W . it. W llrT..'Cihief t'lerk.
Ann-nnp senting a sketeh nil descrl it Ion mn
quict,y ascertaLn our upanin free w.Ilettier an
invetut-IAn is prohhly wtenttable. Cnmuuietntea.
t IonsstricIly conmlontinl. inndhookon I'amentat
sent free. OI'tnst :wiency for seeuring piteutl.
Patents taken through Mitut & Co. receive
speccl notice, without chnrge, in the
A 1andisomely illustrated weekly. L.nrgest cr.
cnlat 1(on (If any scientite .iournali. TVerms). $3 nt
nr init its, $1. 8O d by all) newiedealer,.
UNN Co. e--'ew Yrk.
Are different frotn all other
tuedicines. Each performs
a specific duty, thus doing awvay with
drastic purgatives and curing by the
Mild Power Theor y.
One Pink Pill touches the liver, re
tumoves the bile, the bile
muoves the bowels. The
Tonsic PeVfet does the rest.
PRmpet Tr'est u a.yc.'
Brown Mf'g. Co.eN.Y jegnevi1le Tenn.
For sale by Freenimii IIt4i3ks, Pick.
ens, S. C. ju18y'l.
The Auldito's1 offce wj11 he Ope. fromt
jphe 1st ty of .Jatuary 18.)8, to the 20th day
of F'eblruairy 18918, to rec3eiveO returnali for
lWlkhent. 439Jun11.y, f11r hisen) ysuar co)ltinpcing4
,January jihe 1st 189)8.
Th'le Autditor or his deputies wvill be. t
ech olf thle folloItwing prIelinets to recivv
retturns for saidl fiscal year:
Calhtouni, MIondal3y .January 17th 189)8.
Cent ral ,.'.t'nesday and Wednesday J atet
uary 18tht atail 19th 18918.
Norrist Cott Nil~t ThtIrSday January
,I iherty, lrblay andit Sat.urday January
'21st, a 11d 22d 18918.
Eaisley, MIotilbX'yand 'iTuesdayV .Januatry
21th antd %5t1 1898$.
L ooper's Store, i'1Tusdlay Januatmry 79,
Peclt's Cre3k, (1 t4Iues' Store,) Frida3y
clatpuwry Uxih 189)8.
- P'iupkinItownI, Satuitrd ay.nury 0t
1?. cI 1e, (Kintg's Ol Stolre.) ITuesda:y
Fei .Cotp; it 18918.
that (6 Oli Ie Creel.d Wedau1ehny
Stx Mlile Tjhan. i a, I"ebruary :el 1,818.
1 r311er's, lti la' :ruary -Ith 1898$.
iken ii o(urt triiuse, haIneell of tile
This leithe r tt3 hat the1 iw l kegnlr ll
and9 1ttttblings. (or acutEin ci thlell~ Townshil
11\11 estrs who r requl LIie hv 11 aw u ito till
a..ind I ll 1r etun ie
, ~ All taix pay(er.t Iust, tIa)ke. th-i r retItrtes
Itn er-soIn or' by onte Il-gal ly an1 thctrizedl ttc
do 340, atnd int ca:se of sickns tt or, 1 absencte
froml thte 01ountfy.
Bantks, lintihIiing and1 f.tnnt As.schiila1,14
Fre, IAfe atal lotherA ftsintie O).hIipantiI3s
are requtired hv ht1W 5(0 matke rltutrnts.
All lInXy.heanus aret re'tnire~d by law (see
Sarc$ton 291, 1O'Rise Statutes of Soth Ca~ro
lIna, 18'93,) to nutke ai return of thetir tmer
clh'aildiise0 separat.fromI tltiriIther P'ersontal
J)Orlt-y. Ii Ilnk.1 .toa rilhdl for' 41an
,~ -il hd Auitor. $ ;-i.
Each and( ev-ery pap.'tw Wuli pl'ease be=
P9rlr O, bay,' It whait towntshlip and 'l
4tho.ol I) Istriot they- lijve atL the' time11 they
1n3e requtired3l to make1( thir re'tturns.
All1 mea1oletWetee 21 and1 60( yeoars of atge,
ecepthl thosoe exEnsed' hv' hew are' liabcle to
poll tax. ExAd-Clodr'at sclietrs t V.
ctiedI at 50 yeair$ (of ag~.
). A. (3talsToPH'l .a,
Auditor of P'ickenls Counoty.
It selling at or below cost and
we sympathize with the farm
ing people, as we have had
son cxperience aJong that
A short crop and a low price
is .a double calamity.
Ne can't expect the people
to pay even a liberal profit on
their purchases under existing
We are willing to divide
our Profits and in this way do
all we can to tide this emer
We do not boast of the lar
gest stock, but we (1o boast of
and at as low a price, if not a
little lower than the other fel.
Try us and be convinced
that what we say is true.
Yours for trade,
FlloHilitil & I1OllLl1iC'S,
Pickens, S. C.
<-n4BU DC ETa>"r
PHUN and PHAX
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Times seon to be n little squal
ly, but the lit tle I'hol ks must
hIa,vo somt1 ; nic.e thiings for their
So this Biiud get has brought
icp a nice lot of Holiday goods
11ad they m1iust he div ided ar1ouni(d
mong the chiilren. Te-,,lI the
(ld Ph(-lks about this so they
ian be fixin' about it. The first
to come gets the first pick, but
there's plenty for all.
'l'lhe Pholks all read that no
Lice last month and for a few
weeks they kept us pretty busy
We are much obliged to you
for sending them your paper.
There is o fellow, however,
who didn't come up. Probably
lie don't take your paper. May
be le can't read and he's the
very 0one we waniited to come1 up
the worst. I f you happen to see
him, you might niention it to
him. And say to all that we
are much obliged to them and
tell them we wvishm them a merry
Christmas, and a good lively
time all next year.
W. T. .Mi'FaiZ.
D)on't mould them liko you~
Bunt we get them up in a
A\.ll kinds8 of WaTgon and
Bui ggy repaii ring done wvhile
y'ou watit. D)one so Quiick
youi wvill (omeI back again
when'1 you brea:Ik-downi or' have
i l1unaway .*erape
QUCKWORTH & PALMER,
Yus for trade,
Pickens, S. C.
Patronize Your Home
V1O r(presenft stronlg stock comn
>an ies who wri',to a Iibeoral p)olicy
m all clas.sos of p)roperty at t'ea
fW8eo usM bfomi p}aoing your
A. W. H UDCENS & SON,
EASLEY, - * C.
EN W.--Wo can write you
m in HiiIouses, Grist Mills, Flour
lIills, Saw Mills and all kindls of
CHOCK FULL OF GGODS. a
Bought direct from NEW YORK, by an experienced buyer.
the nicest selection we have ever had. Our s ock
io huger than ever before and we are carry
ing now a little of everything.
There is no better market than Pickens
and nobody is more anxious to please than we are,
We ask you to.come to see us. The mtarkt price paid for
- cotton and prodlce.
1)id you ever think for five minutes where was the best place
to buy ? If not, then read the following and like your neighbors,
Notwithstanding the cry of hard times and the low price of
cotton, my store room is daily crowded with both lookers and
buyers. They have heard that
Store is the place to get real bargains; and they know they al
ways get what he advertises and at the price advertised. I want
everybody who reads this paper to como to my store and got their
sharo of the bargains.
In )reas Goods I have anything from a -15c Calico to a $150
per yard Silk. But I want to talk to you about goods of every
JEANS. I will sell you a first rate Jeans at 10c.
A No. 1 Kentuciky school boy Jeans for 13c.
The Best All-Wool Filled Jeans over sold for 25c
Wool Flannels, Red and White; you will just have to seo the
goods and. got prices to appreciate them.
Canton Flannels that challenge all conpetition in pricl s and
quality at 5, 8, 10 and 124c per yard.
Underwear, Fine and ClI l PW, Wo)l ani Cotton, for men and
Women, but I ehalleige
T'o tbrow downl a. better Shirt for -8ie (hanl I will.
100 Quilts and l lankets.tha Illt lmstt be sold.
I cut the )ric' tthe Quick while you inive (le oe11o11y. No use
to wait -till your m1onley is gone tlwe ofl'er bargains when you
SHOES. A. .K. PAmK has a I;e1)ittation ont Shoes thatl he is
lproui of. Oftlen does bea r it, sa i d, " \V hat .1 Park tells you about
shoes you ean depend on it.' I shall hold to that, reputation, no
matter what it ('ost me. I have shoes for m1ten, wolt'n and cl1ii
clren at t Il prices.
Conmo to see whenl vou want I)ry (Gools or Shoes, and you
will get linor"e hoods for your mioney tItan you 'xp'ctei.
Greenville, S. C. West End.
Fresh and New
Is our entire stock of DRY GOOlS, M)TIONS, CAIIPETS, MATTINGS
Our stock this fall in all the above linei(s is thle largest
plete we have ever h1ad and ever' shiownt in oneC bionse ini (
extend to all our friendls a cord i intvi tatiton when('l ini Ur
us a call.
WVe ha vo some rare bar'gairis to ofllet. A few we will mtentuont
The best all wool filling Jeans 1(3 oz. :>5 eents.
The best ail wool filIlinug Jenns Sd oz.. 20 cenits.
9 yds all wool twilled Te'd F'lanneitcilo for $10.
A 25c. all wool twi lied lfod Flanne cil'' fo 15 cens.
A heavy Outing int all color's and( black and( white 5 cents.
All wool cassimiere, the 50c. qunality 35 cents.
T1able Damask fast color's 20c. a beCtter' at 25 cents.
Blest Sea Islnd 23 yds for' $1.00.
IIeavy I Drilling 5c. worth 0 cetnts.
Dress Ginghams 5 cents and up. Cotton cheeks 4 eents.
Best apron Ginighamns 5 cents.
Best 1nidigo Calico 23 yds for' $1.00.
Calico for 3j cents. A better at - cents.
Thel) b)est Catioo for 5 cents.
38 in. all wvool Dress Flannel all colors 25 cents.
50 in. Black Briliantine 4() centty worth 75 cen ts.
30 in. Drtess Flannel all w~ool 18 ents.
Przettiest line 25c. Novelty Dross Goods int Greenville
10-4 Blatnkots wvhite and colored '45 eents.
Caper $il and .up. Carpets and Mattings at pic<
ever bough)t befo.
SHOESI SHOES!! We have put in a complete new
fit you in anything you wvant. Glive us a trial and see if we wvon't 'save
you 15 por cent.
Remembrter we have no old stock to put ofl' ont yOu, bt everything
now and fresh.
We have only mentioned a few of the rnany Bargains that abounds in
mrV store. Call and be convintced1 that the plasce to buny your' goods is AT
LJiL4 DiY BEJ ATTE
Ek'After Seeing our Clothing.
And1( gettinig the pritces. We iiave inad iever' Iy elibrt to bocmtu tr'ado
nd it will be greatly to your beniefit to purchast'e *youru
fus ntowv. ,ir goods ar'e likoud whterever' used( and are the best to he oh
If you have riot soon outr stock, von will hbe suirpused at the extensivo
rariety of carefully selected anid htandusome patternis in1
CLOT~LI[I N (i.
n every conceivable and dlesirable style.
GREENVILLE S. C.