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The. reople s ourna.i.
Local and Por al.
-Read Auditor's niouce, in tlis.3
-Read some changef',s in Dr.
Earle's ad. this wook.
-700 pounds Whito Lead for
sale by Dr. G. V. Earlo.
-B. E. Grandy went to Augusta
on business (today,) Wedicday.
V --Wilton IHoster now stands be
hind.the counters ot John F. Har
ris8. .. . . :.
-Mfr. and 1Mrs. Perrin 0IDef4 I
Easloy, visited relati~escsii .t.ow'
last weok. . .
-'Tho County chain gang is
doing good %'V;ork' ,14 o
-Ldowyor ain - .
ing very mul~ch withl rht1. '-t fw b
-A. W. 1i4olgor all
Smith, of EavlIey, wve, -
-Miss Ella Sitton .
t on, visited 'li0s Jen
town thiS week,
-Born uito 1. a
IIughes, of none to
int., an hoireon,.
-Only a 1,hort. . I!
anId We hlope?.
will linvo a .
--Don't fat.! t d, ( h-A
tiFetilont or C;-4 r.
Hr i a n d l( A
MN-aytiold, of 01!-,nr
tives and fimilai ait
.-Fre~eman & Heidrb
ly have a big bt <t
They arrived thi s wee; I
-The cond4ition of
is somewhat improved
hopes of his IIIny fr
will got well.
-If you are in d
Hlondtricks' ad'. 0thi::'
explain to you.
-Of course you v
advortisemenit. of ",
in this issu('. It i. int'
full of goo4 news.
-J. 0. .3ro-(+, t ho:
be in Pickenls Dec. mh - -
and 16th, pr-epare dI 1
clock work, if nothi
-If you hive ebha:,
soro li ps, use soin.. I I
loy's GJlyeerii:e J('!! Ii
best. It. also maikes y' ''1o o
-Wadio Chasta:in, IL I\j4b
route to iedmiont when
~cept a ixosition withI W.
-We inv'ite your .
the ad. of 0. P'. W... H
Greeonvillo, this~ wook. I Ise
ing out at c )st an)j if y awn
Iargalinl cal on (.1 iinl.
-Marck, .James~ion, t I
hue i1 on 4ui *-4 1.,:-4
aMys~ gladt to .
Iid h a - A l ' ' h I P
other bair and3i 5S~ I.
nary lltroi a hid
--Rv~. 'j.ho \.. Lh
-Luthor L. H.,inlrj
Oh)io, wvhere o , a~u.
WVC are sorry Luth.r -*
county, but hopoI)
-A.., letter .
this wook ;rIate, a Id,
on1 nll right in hi:
~h(1altiolr Mrus tieo
l00o-. i ph? urnuev ii
Nfor him uen, soei.
--J.t(''~ D. M. Oll' Ke t ofT
taintat teo on o n .
weekl faid tportstho ho ti;~
commniy ood s ndco i n.
gthingiwamovn aiprospn"r4nw condi-~
ouliche nd bscibe 'VI t( e ~
wet 2 o'Texas 11ome1 tino I,
hllaoi, wwerrort.. -iii~ y ~dt
fmed houe. for Nh. Stw.- tl
hilp, fauilefo to homplof
terof Theinrac an froiT
WI hago~~l an it, is wellt,
---A , ver prety . h
-Ar. W. P'. Austin will be in
Pickons December 19th and 20th.
-Neal & Nowoll are working
hoiut twenty State convicts at their
-Several interesting communi
cations reached us too late for pub
lication this week.
--Born unto Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Murphree, of near town, cln the
9th inst., a daughter.
-at will interest
You tis' wgok ibe dia~n'ge inl the
(1. of Folger & Thornley. Read it
lid. profi t hereby..
-*4'F D. Ifarris says prices i.
whatL seIus the goods and if you art
not convinced call and see. Read
-M. W . Goodlett. of Gren
1 Mo, ,. n .mhis det 4mn
I ~d - whewi there give
'.bn I. e what h' says.
- - in ,Cho adyeytige
-Bl z, of Greol.
e, it will inter
n the millinery
Thev 111 esOling
4) vid when t bor
- - 1n0,ar ap~poinlt.
- ,ost roueersfor
me .et:J. 13. Wilsoni
(d-. .Aniderson, St.
J Jh iu cmpll)NI; West End,1
Sid po ; Ealoy and Bo,
h Wiggins; Founot.aii)
C. Lon ard ; Green
hv treet, G. T. Hfar
C. D. Mln'phy:
I W hite; Greers.
riIlCo Circuit, .
cuit, . I. a .
T. C. LigOn:
Tosie, J. )
I Westinit) -- r.
Pi ~cns L. L.
nson andI( JUelten.,
* I*imnstn ircit
c igee, S. Ladr. d 0.
div -ion of the Twolvo
a wll. moot with the Milo
h on the fifth Sunday
d I; b,-fore in Decomher.
I be!ongilg tu this U"
. .C requested to sond a full
del..gatin Th pIIo~ rogrami is aus fol
:turdlay 10 a. - m., introductory
r f~OI by Rev. B. P. Moore.
1 . Cuv man repent at any time
im imay eii~ose? By Nelson Bold..
II . What is the necessity andl( to
w!: *-u t shoul~d we use sacrodl
nie n~~i eboreh worship? By J.
I .\;- II IHapftist ministers declar
in th no counsal of God, if
not1 w responsible for the
ic!--ethe people? By Rev.
he duy of a chure:,
p~oor of its coml
.1B. C. Atkinson.
ingii to the tech-~I
~L ture? By J. A.
nII d he (doin withI
- sub.:cri.bes mone
- -~ :cry or any oth
C . - an fadhi. to j)ity
no n on Sunday by
* bree1 C, MNoderator.
t b , (Cierk.
uta give:! by the
* Gbool i'day113 night.
ne coais, TIhe
*a "1lrea," was~
'I hi mflI~ed l istn
ix vissted q. tret!.
'ill be glad to
hopais of huis be.
- d of hoalth has
* , I ll itolted plaices
- bilt wo) hope thec
uiI th.-re is mfore
* . - Iox o deathpps((
-i It.h I li pposti e d
:~e)'I ~~i1 a n hn~ orerylig
~ ,~ ' 111 toys t hn1 the
.IOI1N I, W~hopthy a y liig
Xmas awl Lh h l erat wive to
riof Ubos a~ h..rn theilwy
Yei t nw m andh futur.
n.h~ IIeh aas mar toiho(in
Xmas and.~I ths holidy with th
~pppr. With..hest wijes0 rea
- 00'1t11,y. A tIILtI''H riot:ice,
Tho Audito-r or il doputy will be a
th6 followlig plaes for te purpo.,e ()
taking tax rettlrns for the 1iscal y<i
Six M lie, ''uesday, Jam':I'-y 9:; 1 o .
Caulhou n, W ieshty , .htu:1-y 10th
Centraul, Thursday anil Friday, dJm
uatry I I th and 12 It.
Catoeclice, Mattmriny, -aiuu y 1:,,h.
Liberty, .llonjth:, aI 'Nshv,.d
uary 15th antid 1cth.
Easier, Wedite.:t layu-1Turi ay a
uiry 17th anl 18th.
Freeman-Li's StA)re, 1'r-i ItyV. ..; imon -.1;l
Lbope-'s hp8Saturday. , Janklutu 2u:h
iHughe's Store. Al .' ::v, J.m - 22.1.
Putok i~own Ta-clV, .hinuarY 2:11
flolly- synolg , WeY) sJow, idiary
Eas1"4tatue. Thurg'. y, .lnIur '.-:!.
Afte- which little i will oI mjlv e ' tI
ing returns-. i ' ie f~ :at l'eken-41 ee-m
'10'1 , un i : ai ht W h 2- lth - 0 Ih
""" s w ll - e r 1:0 n .. till
IP li ve , ;.I
Un. 4' ll .
.\A l :1iale p) v'
Y- of aigv. 'ire M . t-li
nt b 1 . w .1) v 1.) ( !,;
4 No 41 nei i l I .a weIi m
-- . a lo , - - ,r
t L .i ( It ~ 'Ci i9
will . m 4
OJl : G- a bZ.)r ima
.\: i lo1il M :1 r - '
youYor kEdn nc !x
your k' dney onVe "very tre-r
If I arc
64 cf crde-r, t z:
th er w o ' ..
ains, ahend I hcu
mnausrn comen from ex
cess cf uri, acid in thi
blood!, due toneerg
Kidney trouble cauces qu cl cr unsteady
heart beat:, and trnakes one feel as tho gh
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In punping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries,
It used to be considered that cnly urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their bo-in
fing in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized, It stands the highest for its
-.vederful cures of the most dista esting cases
Bnd in poli onl its meg i--'"
by all diruggists In fifty
os. You, may have a
sample bottle by mail nonhe of swa~m--oot.
free, also pamphlet telling you ho'w to find
out if you have kIdney or bladder trouble.
Miention this paper when writing Dr. K !mer
&Co., Binghamtlon, N. Y.
nI.l41 't1li 1 1 ilL
Don' wat nil. . 2
cloed oni thatQJ OACo n
bringthe flittle. fols, make th
happjy, m1akesi us. happy. I 1('p U
get t he holdny )) Moc out, <)4 our )11
Tini Se4tS, CXhina C2p, Sauceirs and~u
A\ fl1Iry illrist.in'1 t o all,.
Ou ae laer luurever,
por hiwf learned where thov
LN f110110ete Mlly,
All wIho are not satisfied that
i I the Drug Litw, will Or
M :n !1111d.
A lot of Christmas Goods, &c.
- I'ets hav'e
b) -. I- v for ail
- e:, but is e-apcially
- n ! :a. this ti:nec. Ask
your c drum'ist for the famious Wine of
iCrt:. 1.0o at h ot tie.
For advice i'.I cases requirh ig spcial
dcireedonlS, ad.dress' th'e " .adies' A d-I
~viso'rv 1De:.tment," Theo Chatta-l
1eMdkim. Co., Chattanooga,
TuIA' V -. COOPER, Tupeln, Miss,
nor - .-,- si r su er'd f rom (rra-gular a t
tehov..+ :a . \ in-' f Cardutl entirly cIu-ed
hera:.. :. a ;,ed my authecr through the
.\ !: '.\. K. EO. E. COO
13E AND RaNlT
L f o . .
2 ~ -i ,,?. e It ' V
- u -~~o bo-tle.
,.vh-ory ~ ~ De.*(I.t,"ToCat
no,..,, t C., tanoga
pI:.o. i (1 'p Oit o (&''((n no
ov f aitiuiy ared
I A fIO
( l I & V~~y ~C
and daily increasing, is because I
can buy the Most, the Cheapest a
A penny to them saved is a penl
I am the Leader in Pricos in ove
ly call and make a piirdhaItse and
for the children, Bring thom to
Pickens, S, C.
ht to ime for the last two or thi
como und pay ime a " Little Bit '
:gain for anothor yoar.
WIOLESALE AND RETPAIL
Large drove inist in fr
Ttnniesee, fine, young, sou
and at living prices.
Wte- defy coipetition in 9
Alnspectinoi toc!(k Salie
Stables~ and Storehoi
Riiver' Str eet,
GREENVILLE, . .
Ask For Trading Sta,
D)RY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CA RPETS. AND
:Every Department now Rotil
With Choice New Material.
'IN DRESS GOODS,
SILKS AND TRIMMING~
Tjho assortmnit would do ere
to some of the big city stoi
They have all grades from
che~post tto the very finest mak
They have trimmings of all
scription's to mnatoh all shades
IN WHITE AND WASH GOO]
DE PA RTM ENTr.
The~ assortment was never m<
comiploto. All grados of white a
c'olor'ed Organdies, I awns, Muslu
P Iiques, Swissos, D)ucks, Frenr
(inghiams, Perca les, Calico:
THiElIR INEl' OF LACES Al
Is tho largest over displayed
this part of thoe globo.
T n all luulling met~kos--long ni
d ium and shiort cuts, From
l' lAOLS AND SUN SH AD:
In all tho new up to dlato ides
Youl will find thorn in black, wh
THEIR CARPET, MATTIE
RUG, Shado and Curtain Depa
dment is the largest in this part
(ho country and their prioces
guarantood lower than you will fi
in Atlanta or Charleston.
~jThey keop Rutterick Pattern<
only reliable pattern. Ask
13Buttoriok Fashion Sheet and Ya
Stick, andl( Trading Stamps--t
p~rosont themn to their customeri
" Just opened Ready Mi
Shirt Waists and Skirts.
For tho cold blasts of December.
lho pare, and we don't know of a bette1
11( wtather than right here at
Folger & Ti
be It's; best to piepare for War in
up your Flanielsi, Outing, Jeans ai
BOO and have them mado up before the <
Biing your measures along for
you up, and young men, do you wai
coat, it so wu are satisfied we can st
an1d I ric.
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS ANC
00DS, A SPEC
Doalors in Genoral MoT
wop I An
W ar aways~ glad to sIo our friend
card at the d-)r. Come right in and look
The Im you 0 '( Ii lok arounnd f at ouri Clo
flied. T1we r: f u0lCly you oxamino it
The unsre v'( kNow about Clothing
evenu~ily o-u as ll o-f y"Iur trlade.
whcre toV t it' W. 'll hl outn.
GlREENVillI.2, U A TV
DDINC FOR PICKE
\Ianly of th good people of Pickons
opreciteit their I :Ica a 0V0 to wait on th
they have stuck to mc they m11uat beliove
d right'; thit my goods ari the right goods
Withowut nninig 11y hig claim, I th1k I
pare to give my custon'ers b ltter good.
My l tress Goo.1 Secti'm is full of
Is.Black Goods, Colord Goois, Mixod Go<
in1o'11 Goods and1(l Cheap GoC(dH.
I pride mysel I on koping the best
sold at the price. I begin my price on
nel at 10c. The best 25c Jeans mn the Si
Underwear-The kind that kee
shirts ainid drawers for men, women ai
wVomlen anid ('hild ren. 8 pa irs heavy ha
good1s hose, 25c ; huse at 5c.
*On Blankets you may try the
quality and price combined, I will sell y
N ow for my poi4-tho aruticle thati
0thoe est frora A. lK. P A1K
hO SI do notsael~
* vule fo, $1.25.
.1t dIoes 1t pay mon to sell a man't
won'L pay youi to buy oneo for less.
Anything you want ini women atnd
it her. Th 'hii II soill you are comnfc
pair' filhin o. Como up to guatranitee anc
re(funde(ldl , "' rflly. I am hero for hon
le A. K
Cotton 4~ 1-2 Coon61
o.QUITE'lo A DTFF~IERE~N
J. We hope it will bo0 hiighoer, but the pr
of50 por cent. over t he prmice of last year.
advanco in cottlon goodis, look at what w<
)S Fall and Winter. E xpectiog an advance
with manufacn turs and1( jobbers early in
ro thting in iny hate. Conser~iot~y I havo
nd par'tment, at ht low~ priiesx of 1898, andl~
line of proonds, See beilow for' a fewv pricos
ch' 10,0001 yar'ds new Fell I 'rinats, standa
2,000 yard' 3' - I lIre0aIes, fic, wor'th 6.1
2,000 yardos Ilonavy X X X Dr)ill, 5c, wo
1,00)0 yards HeIavy ( uting, 5c, wvorth
,00yards lheavy Outing, 10c quali
20 yards, yar'd wide, Bleaichii.g for $
ini 25 yards goodI e ie 11 omoisp1un Chocik
2(0 yards hea!vy Ili Oespun Chocks fo
25 yar'ds "'u-in h:1 Sea. I land "Good( I
20 yards I~est. A A A\ Sheeting for $1I.C
8 yardos II eavy TUwileld ILed ihmnoel,
. 1,000 yard FaneI' i y F'igured Ilanelet
Good Ueavy Tich in g for l'eathers at
SExtra Heavy Tlickinig (A. C. A.), bet
s 00 yards Ikavy \Vool Kor'seys at 2
- .1 ust theI thing for
ito We also got in our orders early for d
GIloavy All Wool Black Sar'go at 25o a ye
>hlrocadines at 20 and 24c, wvorthi 30 and
at nd 35c, would be good valuo at 35 and
of Suitings at 20 and 25c. Beautiful fanc
iro cadines, 20 and 25c a yard.
Lfnd WVe could name a thousand other
Space will not permit, butt we must ment
We have received over 150 pes (5,000 yai
for for a good heavy one uip to 25c for thoe
rk many of Iast win ter. D~o not buy your J
eWo would like to talk Shioes to you
~We have a $5,000 stock of no0w, solid Iot
ido before the advance, anid can savo you mo
como and see us before you buy.
Y.ours for Fair Dealing
No Goods Charuged, W in ,
Be Corner Main & Coffee Stree
Not only look, but pre
place to preparo for cold
Time of Peace, so buy
id Heavy Dress Goods
:old wave strikes its.
your Shoes and let us fit
it a nice Suit and Over.
[it you, both in Quality
I GENT'S FURNISHING
lekens, South Carolina.
You needn't prosent your
,hing the better wo aro satis.
the bettor wo like it.
the moro certain we are of
iestioni is: What to got and
AG AI NI
trade with me now. We apa
.II, and judging from the way
that they have been treated
and that my prices are right.
1an justly say that I am pro.
for the money than they will
-t'nrvthing any lady wants.
pa you warm. Helavy ueum.
children. Hosiery for men,
[f hose for 25c; 8 pairs heavy
town over, and if youl co.nsider
on your blankets and quilts.
11i my customers say they get
a man's shoe ' $8bo
others char h and
not soil a ma. ta
sh'oo is sold rig. n
shoe for less tha.
children's shoes; you
rtablo, durable, reliable,
thor pair given or your n.
Greenville, S. (!.
2c,7 14 weighing freo,
CE, ISN'T IT?
esent price is almost equal to
Now, then, regardless of the
' are going to do for you this
n nmorohandise, I placed orders
the Spring for nearly every
an immennso stock in each do.
an sell you bargains in every
'(I quality, 5c, worth 6(c.
ity, my price, So.
a for $1.00.
luality" for $1.00.
all wool), for $1.00.
tos (fleeced on one side)80o yd
'lhese are really worth 10c.
10c, worth 121c.
t made, 12se, worth 100.
>a yard, easily worth 85o
vinter pants or a suik of clothea.
ross goods, and can sell you a
rd, worth 35c. Black figured
25c. Black Brilliantines, 25
50c. Beautiful Mixed Wool
y figured (40.inchi goods) Bro.
urticlos, overy one0 a bargai.,
ion OUR S~C OF1JANS
(ds) and start the price at 10c
3 9.oz. Wool Jeans we~ sold so
sans till you see our stook.
but haven't room this time.
.tber Shoes, all bought early,
aey on thorm. Do not fail to
Gr'eenvtlle. B. Qh