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Local and Personal.
-Soo land sales in thuis issue.
-Wo woro blossod with copious
showors hero last wook.
-L. 0. Chlyton, of Central,
was hero on business Monday.
-For fino fruit preserving pow.
ders, call on Dr. G. W. Earlo.
- Rofad the oxcursion notice' of
Benson & Crano in another col
-Miss Ella Meares, of near Son
(ca, is visiting friends inl town this
--Iliss Matide Ashmoro returned
from a visit to Chick Springs last
-Rev. B. Holder his a patch
of tuiups that are then best we
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Mar
cus Princo, of Pindor, on t0ho 13th
inlst. , at -girl.
-Air. 0. P. Field, of Pindor. is
having the paint brush used on his
--Lawyer W. F. Blassingame
spent last week at Chick Springs
for his health.
-Messrs. A. J. Boggs and J. E.
Lobby, of Fort Hill, were here on
-Mossrs. Larry Thornley and
Ernest Folger wont to Anderson
oil busine0ss Saturday.
-Auditor S. A. Hunt went to
Newberry to vait friends last
Saturday and Sunday.
-Frank Carey, of the Lockhart
Cotton Mills, of Spai tanburg, was
here on busitness last wook.
--J. H. Morgan and wife, of
Greeiville, aro on a visit to the fam
ily of R. A. Bowen this week.
-Prof. Kneaves, of Tigerville,
Greenville coulity, was here oil
professional business last weok.
-Ex-inditer N. A. Christophe-.r,
of Ensley, was inl town last week
shak ing hands with old friends.
-Mrs. John W. Tloiml, of
Nino Tim'es, had the misfortuie of
getting her leg brokn last wIk.
-H-. T. Boggs and wife, of Fort
Hill, are spondir.g this weook with
relaives aid friends in Pickens.
-An infant of Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Newton, of clear town, is scri
ously ill withl typhoid dysontery.
-W . A. Palmor has juist put the
finishing touches on 0. P. Field's
new and commliiiodious residenice at
-Master Walter White, of An
dersoL', is on an oxtendedl visit to
his gvrand-parenite, Mr. and Mrs.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. F. - Ansel, of
Greenville, visited the latter's
mother, Mrs. C. L. Hiollingsworth,
in town last week.
-T. B. Smith and Herman
Ariail, of Piuckens county, were
(down) on a loneant visit last
wveek.-OGreen wood Ind (ox.
-Sheriff McIaniol has a p~atch of
coirn that has fromi five to six ears
to the stalk. It, is a new kind of
cor~n and (does well ini this councitry.
--Jorm E. Hill, wifto and two
daughters, M is:ses Ofria and Olga,
ef D&,cu.sv iIll, arie visiting at lHen
iiett Iliil's, of Old Pickens, this
--James Smith, of Anderson
countly, was hero on businuess last
week. lie rop~orts the farmers very
dry ini his sectin. No rain in
-J1. M. Nealy, wvho lives below
town), and~ a lOpooous farmer
too, wenit to) picking cotton fromi
his field Monday. lie says lhe lhas
half a ba!c or. more op).
-Dr. A. J, S. T1homi s, pastor of
the Pickens Baptist chiurchi, will
hiaptize five converts of that church
on next Sunday mornuing at 9 :30
o'clock, in the pool at Secona
-1). HL. Toggle, wvife and (hil
(Iron, of Atlanta, aro. on a visit to
the fanmily ot Conductor J. 1'. Ta'zy
lor, in town thlis week . AMri. T1uggle
is a conductor on the Georgia Pa.
-Rocky River correspondent in
A de rsoin In telligoincor of the 9th
iM. Han Roo, an acwominph shied
young gen t of P'iCkons county, is
visitLing hiis brother, Mrc. R, M . Roe,
of this section."
-Riley Rainies, who l ives .vith
WN. R. acjor. of P jildmontI, formor..n
ly of this cotun ty, died on Jhe 1'lh
inst., of typhoid fever, lie was 18~
years old andl a member of Seceona
-Rev. B. E. Grandy has just
closed a very success ful prot rac t edl
mooting at Nine Forks Baptist
church. Six accessions werie added
to the church, one by letter andi
five were baptized oni Sund~ay.
-Don't fail to read changes in
lhe adg(jrl semenit of Mahloni & Ar
notld, of G)renvillhe, on the fir1st
p)age. They change every wook
and( ar1e up-)to-dlate meorchants.
Give thomi a call and be conivincod
-You read the nowspapiers ur
orde4r to learn the news of th<
coun try and1( you shoui!^ re ad thu
advertisements in th is paper Lt
-Prof. M urphreo is con(lucting
a1 singig school lit Scola this
-Cotton weighor's election Sat
urday. Turn out and cast your
-N. D. Satterfield is sawing ai
hirge quantity of nico lumber iear
G. W. Dorr's.
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Ferguson, of near town on the 10th
iiist. , a daughter.
-,The noW brick building of J.
T. Anthony on Ann street is fast
-Recruite for tho Chinese army
are not accepted unless they can
iumi11p a (litch six foot wide,
-John D). Harris an(I fanily, of
Ln1derman, Greenvillo corLity,
visited his brother, T. ). Harris,
in Pickens, this Week.
--Mossrs. J. P1. Carey and J.
McI). Bruce wolt to Spartanburg
Monlay in tho interest of the
Pickens Cotton Mill. May success
crown their efforts.
-Rov. J . S. Porter met his regular
appointment at the Alethodist
church Sunday. The protracted
at that church will begin on the
second1 Sunday in September.
-The annual catalogue of Clem
son College is ready for distribu
tion. A copy will be sent to any
address upon applicatiou to Presi
dent Hartzog, Clemson College,
S. C. 4t.
-On Molday last, Deputy M\ar
shals Henry Grady and J. C. Alex
(er caltured a hundred gallon still
and (lestroyed a large quantity of'
boer on waters of Eastatoe river,
They also caught three operatives
at the still.
-G. C. Piage, who has bee3n store
keoper and guager at L. E. Loop
er's (listillery for quite awhile, was
called to his home at Land run last
week on aCcolint of the illness of
his wife. Mr. Powell took his
placo tempoi arily.
-Autuin correspondenit inl Ani
dersoin Itntelligencer of 9th inst:
"MIrs. l mma MIajor. of Pickens,
wIl e visiting relativ-es anid fieids
in this coItnntliLy Was tailen ill
while at Mr. J. M. Blackinan's and
is ntow at 1is residence."
-We tal pleaslre ill menitiot
ing the fact. tat MIr. Jason GilleF
iie, wlho lives oi west end of' towin
has tho ioest field of cotton in tle
Coulity. Mlr. G illespie has been
givei up to be one of the best
farmers inl PickeIts county, by
several leading men.
-Rev. 1. E. Foster closed a pro.
tracted mootinag at Secona Sunday.
Fourteen accessions were adided to
Ste chtuttch, leven being haptized
Suinday. On the first Sunday in
September thruee more cottverts,
willl be baptize'd. This was a glo-l
ric us meeting and will long be re
-W~hite & Williams, two first
class paintotrs of Greenville, are
located in Pickons now end wvill
(do painting just as you want it.
If you have any painting you want
done, it will be to your interest to
see t hem. P aper htanging, sign
writinug and grainting a speialt~y.
Prices are reasonable.
--Last, Friday morning the on
gine of' the P'ickens railroad got
outt of fix and~ several trips wore
tnot madle, buit On Mlonday3 mforni
.ig a niew~ engine1. aittttved and no1 1w
te regular schodulos3 are beinzg
carried (lit. A bolt blew oit
of the boileor whti lo it was being heat
uip, causinig all the water to run
eut w as thle trouble.
--Last Thursday inighit while
Supervisor E. F. Looper' wast pass
ing the house of Wash Clinkscales,
colored, in a buggy. some negroes
were tooling na i t.h a dlouble barrel
shot gun and1( it accidently wentt off,
one( shot going thtreugh the Siiper
visor's eatr, one entorinng htis uneck
an d two going i irto his buggy. The
woulnds are not at all serious and
lhe is (doing all right.
-Ike Simpson, col., who killed
his brother near Easley about a
year ago", and who has been at
large ever~ since, wvas arrestedI last
week in Georgia for house-breaa
inig, Shetriff Miclanicl hoard of
the arrest and from information
reCcoived, he is till manll. As soon
as5 t he Georgia' oflicials get through
wi lh himi ho will be brought hei e
and triod for murder.
--Atiderson Intol ligenicer of the
9th insbt :'"We wore glad to mtoet
oni our1 streets last Monday, ciur old
friend, Mr. 'V. T1'. McFallI, of Pick
ons, C. II. Waddly was born and
lraised in Lbhis communltt ity and1( hias
maniiy frientds anid relativos w~hto are
are'1 alhways g'adl to meet him, lie
has boI p~i (iite sutccssfull iln his
aldopltod homte, and~ is onie of' the
solid. men01 of htis County'"'
- On Satuiirday the 12th inist..
Minnio, the 13 year old daughter
of Joltn W. Clardy, who lives two
miles east of' town, was acciden.
tally shot with a 32 call ibro pistol
in the hands of' her br'othter, J1attis
Clatrdy. lie is 18 years 01(1 and
was (cleanting up the wveapjon and
it went off, the ball entering hutr
head, killing her inlstaintly. The
Coronter held( the inquest Sunday
and the verdict, of the jury was
accidlental, She was a member of
Secona Baptist c3hurch) and her r'e
mains wer'e inltorred tihe (lay fell
lowing at tat church . R1
about 6 o clock, near Iair Play
Wi. K Powers shot ald instainth
killed John Richey. The facto lead
ing up to the killing are well knowa
in the section where Powers anI
Richey lived, but they tre unknowi
to the a1verage reader.
About a year and at half ago, Rich
Cy got onl at spree aid went to Pow
ers's house andl horse-whipped him,
it is said, nearly beating liin into in.
s0 nibility. Ever since that timeI(
l'owers ha1s said I 0 would kill llich
(3Y. Oi ,Tiuesday Powers got hold of
so01me liquor and went to ltichey'sj
house with the inteition of getting
Richey, as well as himself, drunk.
When the tiine Calm'. to leave, Pow
"I mouited his horse and was talk
ig to Richey and his sol. Some
>ne came up and engaged Ilichey
n conversalion. lichey having
Urtled his hIead, Powers said, "Look
iere, John,'" and as tichey turned to.
Vard him Powers fired, the ball tak.
ig effect, over the left eve, killing
)ilt) instantly. Rielyu) and his son
vero both armed, as they'( expected
,ouble. Before young lRichey could
Iraw his pistol Powers was out of
'anige, having put spurs to his horse
is soon as he fired the fatal shot,
Po'vers is a tenant on Mr. E. C.
UIarett's plantation. Mr. Mae (tt
vent to Powers shortly after the
tilling and trird to got him to stir
1 nder. He talked for an hour anI
t half with Powers, wN'hao kept a Colt's
)istol leveled oil him constantly. At
.he end of the COlversation, iPowers
.Vent out of his hoise, lounted his
orse and rode away to a hilly pat t
)f tile lIantation, wheIre he w'Its founid
Wednesday morning by a searebing
)arty, who had to chase him i about
lalf a mile before they could get him
,o hlalt. When ordered to surreal ler
30 threw his pistol down all( do so.
The arrest was mado by Thomas
An inquest was held Wednesday
ly Magistrale D. V. Wright. actinig
.o'onerl and a jury.
Powers wts lo:Iged in Wallhalla jail
Wednesday aft'', nloon to await trial.
Lie is a desperate man, laviig shot
Ir. L. A. Edwards, of Oaknmay, i
ew years ago and threatened the
ifo of several other partics. He is
In ex Confederate soldier and about
ixty years of age
lichey is also said to have ben
Lver3 desperate iall. Ile is 11
)rother of Sherifl' Rich< y of Pientas
Iouinty. He was about forty five.
,ears old leaves a widow and five
The above report taken from the Keo
vee Courier seems not to have been gir
m by 1n eye.-WittlCss, or to Create S ymV'Ii
>athy for Powers and we would ask thw
.ourier to make the prover corrections.
V visited the scene of the killing an]
lave the statement of an eye-witiess as
ollows: Powers rode to Riclev R house
Lbout two hours by sun and asked which
oad( lichey would come from work,
Richey was making brick for Preston
,-irle about one m1ile froim icley's
10me3.) lie was todld that he. some)(timesi'
~amie the roadl andI somuetimies t he pauth,
P~owers r'ode off bult came bamck a31 nd re
road ,whlere lhe waited until Richety came3)
home; he then came down and calledl to
Richey , who put up his horse and1( fed it.
They03 then wenit into tile pliazza/ anld sa1
awil~ie talking. Supper01 was annilouneO
hut Powers said he had to go and1( thaey
caught out thle horse and1( Powers per
studed Richey to try it. Itichey (till s<
andl camelC lick and1( remariked heo dIld no
care to trade for it. Powers then iaonut
ed and( engaged in a friendly coe 'rsa
tion dturing wh'ich2 tim litlichiey's toI'!
which was oriven by Mr. Johni letendri.
drtove ulp juLst from Pickens., Ihiche
turnled and toild him1 whlere to drive thl
wagon and1( unlloald the groceries. As hi
was talking P~ower's called to htimand a11(
Richey turnled Powvers fired. Neithen
Richecy or' his soin were arm'(led, nor1 dit
they3 aipprehcwl t rouble as P'ower's caum
to thleml friendly. Ini regardI to the~d whlip
pintg iicy gave Powvers, Richley pre
cured somte whiskey and lired P'owe'
to halul him htome~,pa(yinig him iln aldvancli
At F"air' Play ltiche'y stoppledh at a stor<
to muake a1 purch(:'ase andI Powers drlove
off hack home witha thle whiskey, foi
whll(ic Richiey whtippled himl. Powere
indlicted lRichey for' it as5 tile l'ecords al
Walhialla wilil sho0w, but3 then grand jurt"
thre'w the casel. (lit as5 Powers dill nOt ai
pear' ahlhough E. I' Marett, did app)e:u
l'y mliet a3fterwiiard s and1 talkedl thme maltte'I
hliml if hae ha~d ben hart. PowersV~~' rep lii
lie deser~vedl all he got. Rihey, wh ih
drinikinig was boister'ous and~l rowdy. hu
not danger'ous, andl~ when stoberWtl' was
calm31, qu iet aw~ll peaIcale mhan .-Sentil.
-Thl many1)3 frie.nds of F. Ran
iAloon her'eby ann 11unco0 him ias11
catndidlate for Cotton Weigher' a
Pickenis. Tlhe election is thi
-E F'ostor' Kci th is ann toun~ceO
by his manty friends 11s ai cand~idalt
for Cotton Weigher at Pickens
Thel( third Sa1turd'(ay mI Auigut i
the election dlay. tdl,
-Thle many fiends of Jeff. D
IIold' haerebiy ann Ioun3caiI him as
chan didlate for' Cotten Wi\eighera
Pickonis. Thle thlird Saturda i3
August is I ho election, tOd
-Theimanyv fiilnds of 11. 11
A. ercr'omb ie herebiy anountIlce hii
a cand ida~to I or Cot ton Woeigher a
Pickonis. Tlhe elect ion is the thira
Sat urdaty iln August. td.1
-The man y frends1(1 of Hove /V.1
Nealy3 lierebdy ann Uotunce him a (s
cand3(idalte for Cotton WeIlgher '
Picj ken11. The 0ele ct-on is thel. ti hi
Saturdlay ini Atigust. td.
-Thei man1 iy friendsa of i\.
Smuithl, (Bllue 'rotm,) hereby ai
nounco" him a candidate for Co
toin Weigher aut Liber'ty. The Lhid
Saturday is thet 'l' ctionl.
-''Th mnifiy frtiends o(f Tyler' I
a cand(1id at' lot C otton Weigher
the t hird Saturiday in Au gutst.
--The many friwnds of W. I
(Gantt respectfully ann~ounco I
cltididitto for cotton woighme I
Feasioy, S. C. Tho election to b,
hold tho 3d Saturday in Augusl
1899. tf Friends.
Excursion to Atlanta.
Our oxeursion train hlave
Groors 8 a. m., August 21. Leave
Atlanta on roturn at 12 V'riday
night August 25th. Stops at al
Stations from Greers to S'oe in.
clusivo. Separitto'cars for whito and
colorod. Car, avoid rush I gt
tig reservOd seats.
Flr'1) for r'ountd trip, oil $2.00,
reserved seats $2.25.
Quick tiip anlld big timie prm
isod. BENSON & C\\I.:,
2 t. Mn-g .
All persons are o)re by w 1101 (41t i
1111n', 11l0h, or i 111V~ way Iit sj:1-, ij
my 1anti4 i i .4t it Town lhip. .\,%
vl4iater of the br it hA this n I.,1t ill bi
anilgl74t. Nir:. N. s. Si elev.
Notice of Final Settlement.
We will ofp Charl to . it.e
he e isttie (if .i . 10. BIried III heII I I Ih
oi ly of ep einber, ant ask 1i to l I li,-i i l
:1r4. A. Mi. in.le,
.1 m'l-e u i e I
N g17-l. t, t 13 iICOl.hiin2 . -..i~l
College of Charleston.
n.3oficuwrst.n s '
bio~d 1I* 11511's '111 lislv 4 I111~ S .
One n l ired and -'ollin Ya(1
begins 0 - obr Vi d ln niso ind ie l n !(I
h..t I-<1 i ll Dt tnii t y n .
i I io ii lend t 'eo 'li'ng toI I' thlv . r
t h('a ln , he hohli'v it 1.1. :1 6.i
(teIby 1 6:A.e ,l dge a li S'n 4. itr
i1te0t.t of 1 in, atio n i. E 1l 1.1p) v llX
atil t i.inls .4110 c oXetitiv' v.\ 1 in Ini n,
fo. viainlt It-$ ye sichol.t ships (w b. '
ive $d 50 at year.) oi Septn1 br 2 i th : I
T t xsIII for , (1 hoh i-r(ofs of rh 0r
ship-S $1t(3 (,r $12), necor.ltin'. tIho reti ;
for t 1- . hoh11 ti l lii ai lhtrt hit,
$10 txi-ion fop, inl aIhition.
For lt ies4 nild infornellion in t ill,
inkh e-s Iar Iso t .n1-..1p,1
S-rA'. OF So 11rr CAnA- II,
Countty of Pickens.
By vCir of Tax Epxeulitions
lodgio in y of ie ,Y T. T. Young
bloodI Tr -ur r., I havi. levied upl
oi and will dell .o following do
scribefd trals of lan1d in front (d
th), mil, t hense, dloor. at Pickensl ('1
salesdl; y i n, to.
All that p13 iec2 ireol or1 trat of
laild onl head w.iters "f Crow Groo4ki
in llur r iie1w T. nIllt-, o - tainin
Adjoinil ng landso I( Poilly diitgins
iid otherlS, Levied upon 14 thi
prloperty of V. Ausn1111 I Iidon an<i
Sold tio satisfy (ax eXI ehit iot agains
All tha icoprelo rat
lad Oaotn headII wtersVI of C~'rwi Creek
oi11 I(urienne'y TownipC conlltain4 .
of Thomas't (If hn's.n ay othersii
L fied upon( as1( th properiy t XoCI
MLion T.i i Iston an s~ol to sa
I11 eAll that' p iec, arcl or tracto
Stlnd in~ 1a1usillliiTownsllhicN
orles. l tiig lands of J .h esII
t n hr. IA2id vI~l ied LI upon as th
A1Nder's.Noa dec ed and soildt ji
satisfy tI 21jt ax tin agist aigi
81111 li~i~m A V.S
All taty('1 pic parce o rat. I<
landCl on~r Duck)111 fCren, Sot Sa]I I8 lu
acr~1e'e moro ora Llossl. tAds ijiitn
lands of -~ Tailey, I'li J'oe .r 'Id
an other s.~t l Leid upon as itttioihi
thin blood, weak lungs and
paleness. You have them in
hot weather as well as in cold.
SCOTT'S EMULSION cures
then in summer as in winter.
It is creamy looking and pleas
Soc. and $.coo; all druggists.
WHVIOLESALE AND RETAIL
L (a d)ve just in from
X nulessee, 1ie, yomg, sound
an1d at ljiving( pr1ices.
Wve duty competition in our
i lispection of stock solicit
Stb1)1le amnd Storchouse
River St ect,
(kIEENVIIl2, - - S. C.
Ask For Trading Sta.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Ever~y Departimont nlow Rofilled
WVithm Choico New Material,
IN DRESS t900lfl,
SiLKS AND TRIMMVINGS,
TheI10 "' asorment w~ould1 do cre(dit
to somei ol the big city sts.l'.
Thei y hiave' all grad os from theI1
cheap'st to) th vI'~ ery fiiest malkes.
They~: have t rimmfings of' a', de
a scrip;t iou's to miatch all shlades of
SIN WIIITil ANI) WASII GOODS
D)E PA RTIM ENT.
Tlhe aissortmonit waIs never morn
Scompljott. A..lI grados"' of white and
coloredC~ Oirgauid ie, I alwns, Muisdins,
iqu(1Ies, S wi sses, 1)u1cks, FrenIchl
(Gingham11 s, P Ereales0, Cal IicoOs,
- 'oe, etc.
THEIlt lINE OF LACES AND
- KM k1R( IDhERI ES
YIs the largest (ver' dhisplayOd ini
-this part 1)1of the~ globoi.
- Oor sets
j- Ini all b4 ainig mr eos-honig me
dhilfum and shortL cuits, From 5>)
cenits to $2.00)
a- PA liASOLS AND) SUN SHADES
y Ini all the now~~ upI to dhato idheas.
I. YIou w Iil ind themu ini black, whito
Tit Ill It CLARHP ET1, M ATIING,
R H 'G, Shade and Curt'ain Depart
men~ftH( is t argest ini tis partI of
guaI1r.ImtOed lo'wer thanm you will findl
in A (lant a or Charleston.
T'hey keep Butteriek Pat terwi
onily reliable pattern. Ask for
Huttorick Fashio Sh1oot4,1 andl Ya rk
St ick . and Trad ing Strun11ps-they
presentl1 themfl to thmeir1 customolirs.
LW" .Just op)oned' Read1(y Made~l
Shirt W ~aistsi and1 Skirts.
Ic A lister
"" Ten'l alddhitllionlalesmn to eel
al P.ianos, O)rgains and( SoWing Ma
ni. AI. ' . ALE ADEv I a ,
to nare roon for our Fall Goods. There will be
Xttare .7Margair M~LX-gg
found at our storc for the next, THIRTY DAYS 'I
no idle talk, we n'ist have more room,
Our special pirices vill be made 01n
CLOT Ill NG,
S01-S, HiATS AND
G(NN T'S FU RN ISN11 ING GO
We have boughtan extensive line of these good
fall, therefo re 01 811111er stoek Will go at a sacrifice.
Anything and everything to 1 found here. W
anxious for yone trade an;d are willing to oflci every fa
ducemlent for it
Folgser and rhorn1
I)ealors in General Merchanii so.
Pickens, South Caroli
I a11 o'ering botwoon now and Christmas
The Biggest Bargains I
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS EVER OFFERED IN GREENV
gfW I have a very large stock on hand and I am dotornined
dluce Stok before I take iventory by January 1st.
So now is voir godin chanco. Como and be convinc
trial wont hurt you.
A welcomo11 to( all.
GIC,14' ,, - - - - - - - S.
I Will Pay For Room
I MUST HAVE THE ROOM FOR FALL I
CREAT MIDSUMMER CUT PRICE AND CLEARANCE S
Adl1l will cet ~in *lthrough Jh!'LY Iand. Al'(G r'ST. M/ prices are al
the L(O)W FCST, bult now to mai ke r '!)oo and Liv ye t cutomo G(hIE
VAIICSJ45111 tha il mak for1(1 me~I~( st rong finds forl.' th le fu1turo , my e
stock of IDry Goods, withou~tt reser ye, will beo otiorod at a
Trmndu Cut Price.
ORiGANt)IES whlicht weret sold at une now b~eing closed out at Sc. l'
1lins, ILawns8, PiquesV, Wh it e Goodls, Iace's, l'ndeolrwear', Mons' and Lad
All are cut way hoe~w thiei r yahrle.
11nvestigalt ioni andt re(llict.ionl will conym i ee you that the bargai
(I ter arVe un11 tpre(Icdete.d . Comn : early hoforei '. the y aire all picked<
WetEnd Greenville, S. C.
Farmer's Mechanies, Laborer;
D on't I o It'.
wVhaat? Buy youlr goods5 on cred it. Youli can't aifiord it. Pay c.
anid buy what Iyou cant pay fotr. If you dlon't OWO a store
btti, E~ttd have goodI healthi, youl should( bo htappy.
Where Will I Trade ?
At Williamn laga'ry (002d and Shuto Store, of courso, whero
mani)y huiind~redsl of p)eop)1 h1avo) learned
the past8 yea r that it Iit h ltco to btuy Dry Goods and Shec
li'1(8 1e nt. ebiargi goodis I( to any ott, therforo y~ou haive
o11 ld dets to piay fotr other' peCople, wheni you dleal with hil
This week we are 1 setlling all ourt readly made Skirts, Fan
la~tw ns, I'Ks. and Sum met StuffI at w hit Uthey cost in N.
Yorl k . It. you need~ ainy Sun tor' Iross Goods, you get the
We havo jus8t r'ceivedI I wo) larigo eases, 1,~000 pounds:
handile prtints-Per1clIs and(11. Ginighamis-just the thing i
hi(Idintg; also 500C yards remni antIs of blue double and twi
1)'1n11n-ju tst, the thing for cheap pantl s-10c a yard, wor
I 2e. WVo seill s') manyit goodls I hat we) have aL largo suppl
of ot en01. ds inj mostt every k ink of gotods.-book for our roi
uiait table, you ulway s tuindIbargains there.
Early Fall Dress Goods, we hian received a large line in colg
(trionuiings to match) at p)ricos whic
yout canI afford to pay3. We are alrot dy hiavig a got a trad
in dIress goods We have a beautiful line of Black Dres
Goods and Silks, at pr1ices that credit stores cannot matol
do not buy till you see them. Ihave you a nice silk wai-I
We have over I50 patterns for you to select from, all new
Ladies' and Gents' Shoes. we are0 sonitng all one ladioe' Oxfords a
cost. $2.00) Oxfords at $.1.35; 1.50 Ox
fords at $1 05; $1.00 Oxiords at. 80c: 75c Oxfords at 60c-al
hiand~somet, styles~ and new goods.
-o( have receiv(.d several ituntd red pairs of shoes alread'
fotr our fall tradle; they03 are solid leatIher and1( cheap. . We car
seli you as goodl stock Ildits' or men~t's, 118 can ihet foutnd i
SouthtOt Caol ina.
It's a little early to ta'k .jeans to you, bust I have then
int my biasemnt -3010 pioees of the host Jeains over showvn ii
G reen villo, at the prIice, all retady for the fall trade, Price,