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The People's Journal.
Local and Personal.
-COl. J. E. liagood, of Charles- U)
ton is here, *
--Mrs. Flora Lathoin visitod in e
Anderson this week.
D1)on't fail to road tho no'V lin h1
nouboments this week. .
-Ice cold drinks at the drug.
storo of Bolt, & Thornloy.u
--Dr. W, F. Austin.will be in a
Pickens May 1st, 2d and 8d. "
-Capt. J. T. Taylor went to
Atlanta on businoss last woek.
-Born unto. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 1)
thur Massingale on the 28d int, a d
--T. S. Harrison and wife, (fi
Anderson, visited at-Dr. Bolt's this
-Rov. R. 1. Dagnall will preach
at Tabor chureh -oxt 'Sunday at El
-The many friends of WA. W. w
Krider were glad to see him here ,
-Miss Eva IBloleomb11o, Uf )aeus- g
ville, is viniting Mis'3 Sadie Richey
--Mrs. D. D. Pyars, of Ricos, has a
been very sick for the past week u
with the gipipe . 0
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Thos. l
Fieeman, of near town, oi -tho 22d T
inst., a fino boy.
-- L. Bolt, of Wnc, Andor
son county, visited his son Dr. J.
L. Bolt this week.
-Misses Viola uIinion and liela -
H1agood, of Easley, are visiting in
Pickens this week.
-Colgatos Cassimnoro Bouinet ft
Soap and nico Perfumery at Bolt& o
Thornley's drug store. - -
-Elhott Williami , <f 13 iggs, has
twenty acres of the. tiro-st wheat in
this county so he lays. . -
-Anderson 3;tbb, has heogun the
erection of AIitor Hlunt r-.sir
dance on .Factory stroet . I
-Ollie Bolt lof t last week for
Altma, Laurons county, 'vhtro - he
mill engago !i) farming with his
--Capt. F. R. Pirt.dr and t
daughter, M iss ! ft 6est 1
wroek for Atlauta wher3 he will be .
'--Sam J Ashmiro, whi. in' flag. r
man on it. (- oi.; diva~on of ti
the South1:.,, is :.- his he m h'ro v
vI a short vitt,
0-Jam11os Fergusoecn anld wHo, of
Groonville, are' visiting the former's
parett, ffIr. inr.d Mrei. .John Fergub y
son, who live east of town,
that,, huas treated himsi)elf ton- fhio
buggy animal. Hie made the puf--a
obase fem Lawyer Blassilngamoe.
--Frank Ariail and wife, of Saji. a~
lord, Fi., who have ben on a vis. .C
it for three weeks to the former's L:
>aerente, near Easley, returne home "
-There will be a singing at the
Bethlehsrm churelh bext sunday,
comtnenoing at 10 o'clock, also
Bunday school lectures. Public
-..Lucius Earle, who has booni P
taking a ourse in phartnacy at the
Baltimore Medical -ollege,. re-d
turnesl.to, his home in Pwkehelat
week to sponid a fuv mnh. -e
.-A StJfagwel f 'iekonn, and v
Mis- 1Hopkins, of .Pitdu!I(nt, I
were mariried onl Sunday mnoring'. 1)
Piedm3ont ~Sun.-Herald, 2(;th inst.
--Rev' B. P. Roecd, of' Pendl.~eonIi
a 8fnodical evangeli.;t, dolivored
an able sermon in the Presbhytorian,
church Sunday evening. loe will
preach in the Prosb~yterian churoh
at Easley next Suinday at 11 a. m.*
-.Gus. Ellon burg wais Aevetely
ot in several places last~ Thursday
by hi. cousin, Ed. Eillenbug, near.
Olements' Mill. Fromi the facts e
obtainable, tho row roso over a d
guart of one X corn. 'the patient e
is doing very well.
--The Liberty Towvnship singing 1)
associatiod will moet with the Re
uion ch urch the fifth Sunday inb
this month at 10 o'olock. Let all ~
lovers of music comeo and bring 7
swig booke and weoll filled baskets.
M.'1P. Rogers, P'rsdnt .
-.-wP. HI. Iloggs and W. lR. Majoi,
of the west side, took ai trip to e
Anderson on last Friday. Mri. ,
Blog speut the nighit with his (lid.
fied, honest John Spearmnan. Mr.
Majr retbrinl on thle p. mn., train.,
--iu Li'u Rlichardbon an Lu. "
,het flendrieks, of Libeiv. iid t
Misses Nora Henrdricks and Ba.. t
obeel lIrris, of Table Monntain, )
were the guest of Min~ Lila Harris (
last wook, who is making her home ~
with hersilster, Mrs, W. T. Orimh, e
--Miss Sahc usolcombe. daugh- a
tar of the ):a.'' R. Y. Holcom'c:o, died r
at the~ hiome of har motheri oni the L
17th Inst., after a hnugarinig illness 'a
bf several years. Jier r.emailas
were interred at George's Creek 'v
'chu~roh on the day following in the i~
resende of many sorrotvhig rela.
tS4 an frtind#. She was anb
#$IlW young )qd of P4117 chrig. $
ln vItuenw. a :qil *1 .....4ro6. .y
-Advortisers are requested to
mnd in their changes for the con.
ig week by iPriday.
-Correspondents must send in
lir communications not later
onday morning to insure publi
xtion- Remember this.
-Mrs. Tilda Grogan died at her
oime near here on the 19th inst.,
god65 yeari. Her remains.were
iterred''the; ddy floig'f
de ry-of. tfie BetlAetu -OO
ist church. Two daughtbrsiand
1nyl MlatAvWatnd' frieuds are
f to~cibfi i1' dierviory. '
F. B..Thirkield.- Health Inspoc.
pr of Ohicago, says.: "Kodol Dys
lssia Cureocannot -bo recommen
d tQo highly. it oured me of so
ire dlyspepsia." It digests what you
it, and..duras indigestion, heart.
urn ani al!. fornis of dyspepsia.
>r. G. W. Earlo.
--Anthony & Koith, the now
0orchatnthaoi hani1d nowN', a
ill and coriplete lino of dry goods,
otions, stationory, shoos, hard
are, chowing and smoking to.
acco, etc. The are selling their
odds cheap and whou. in town
ivo thorn a call.
L. T. Travis, Agont Southern P.
S., Belina, Oa., writes: "I can not
ry too mutich"ini praise of (Yio Min.
to Cough Cire. In rny caso it work.
Jt like a charm." Tho only harm
)ss remedy that gives iiffneiiate
3slt. Cures coughi, colds, croup,
roichitis and all throat anid lung
r. G. V. Earlo.
---Mrs. J. A(d-ison Boggs, died at
nhom near Liberty on the 19th
4., and.was buried Saturday the
Lit. in th . cemetery at Li'berty,
v. J. RE. Riley'.conducting the
iieral ser.vices. Siro wa.65 years
Sago. and a-.usoful -and consistent
inuber of th-e Proebyterian church.
he wa" l true ohsisciai I .dy arnd
ra tltuu 111 o! rinis (1 ma l-oatives
Vo left to clharish hwr mm!oory.
J.* 1. le.ry lggn ton, Ia., W)ritos
Si O take 'y oath that
w '.'('Od of p11 -Urll(iinl a tirely
Y - no i .I . 0)o Aliuto Cough
.i ter dctrs failod. it also
I re, MV ch'i'l1r~n or whooping
4ui.. -uickly relieves and cures
)ulghi, colds, 'croup, grippo and
'roat and huing. troubles. Children
11 'ik it. Mothore endorso it.
-. . Wt. EaRLO.
-)r, R. DaPriest, a patriarchal
uotlenii from the Mountain eo
on oi Pickens county, has been
i-ti'ug kindred in Piedmont this
ist week. He thinks our town is
great place, and was deeply im.
reiasd with the crowds who at.
m~d Sunday school and chui'ch.
:oay it reminds him of his
idhood days, sixty years ag;o.
edmonit sun-11e$rald 20th- inst.
---.The following~ areth-cnu
Lumerators by townships for this
ountyl Eartley, A. W. -IHudgens
id A. 13. ILay; Iberty, Tr. R.
'Dell and 0, D). McCravey ; Cen
a1, J. M. Lawk-ence and Thorn
eli Haynes; Hurricane, L. D.
-lsi;Pickons, John J. Lewis
aid W?. 1. A Me~r , Dacusville, G.
.Hendricks; lumnpkintown, D.
.Sutherland; E..statue, Jesso J.
.-The Pickenis cotton mill comn
any was orgamzed.the 1.9th inst.,
id the followmng wero elected as
irectora, etc: Frank Hammond,
C Greenville, rersident; WV. T.
[oFall, vice-president and P'. E.
.15exander, secretary. J. 63. Van
[ngood, R. Fi. 6mith, Frank H-ami
iond, J. McD., Brnce, J1. P. Caroy6,
.T. McFalil and J. M. Stewart,
dlirectors. Theli now company
capitahzaod at *250,000 andc work
ill begin soon. We are to ho con
ratul1ated on thi:- groat enterprise.
--Mrs. Malinda ltrown, wife of
ranlk Browin, died at her home
ear riaveler's Rest Oil the 17th
ist., of pinoumomai, aged 415 years,
nd was b~uried1 the day following
t Mounit Carmel, Rev. TP. C. Hlols
law con'ductinig the fu neral serv i
as. She w~as for manyri) years a
evotod apd coivecrated member
f tile Baptist chnroh and an ear
'est missionary worker. A hus
and and four1'CI hildrcn r, a lather,
1r00 sisterp,, two brothors .d a
os of re'la uves and friends to
iourn hier''donth. She was the
(Mungest daug~llhior of Wim. Li.
imli th, of Croni Plainsl.
The' D].r1.IC ic l a~ of Pick.
nlo countyiLV "0 hieie-h * eled t,
10.c t LIheir i'spectd~ivo plaices of
lnotineg on '.aturiday thle '.4h day
f .tpah, ini:.ant, 4 3 'cI(ok p. m.
o t. reorganiza y'our clunbs by~
I ecjing - oiera and doloh''atos0 to
bed County Democrat'c C'onvon
ionl whlich wiill be l' eld at the Court
[ouis) oni on-the 7th day or May
Salosday) 1900, and to transact
ny other businose which t ho Con.
ditution directs and the welforo of
11o parts requires.
Each Club is'enti1d to one deles
ato for every twenty-five enrolled
iomibers or & majority fraction
Ibo:'cof. The Counity (3~1yontion
-11 assemble at 11 o'clock a. mn.,
:) elect delegates to theO State Con
enltton and to transact any othlor
usinessI thlat may come beftore it.
Ech county is entitled te-dou
lo the number of delegates in the
late Convention as ;t has members
a thie Gonera1 Asmbly.
9i,$~ Q, ama,
To Mule Raisers.
I offer the service, of mny thor
ough bred Spanish JAck to th pub
lic. Can he found at hom') at all
timos. V. T. Bowou.
April 5th 1900-w4.
. Lewis I)onnis, Salem, Ind., a
"K1ioll Dyspeopsia Curo d e
moro. good th1an aniythineg 'I over
took.", -I (ligests what, You Cat anid
can pot, lie)p jitd..cure dy'Yflsp
a d tmaclx troubles,
I will soll out at Cost for tho
noxt Thirty days, I)ry GToods, No
tions, Hats, Shoes, in (dwire and
I will move' to tho John Craig
Stand by the PotoflCo and Will
havo to reduce my stock. I w11
sell out to ally pirty my Grosories,
I f You wtuld h1k to go into buFi
os110S nW a :,)Od chanco to ro a
. A. IS! IE"PP.\ 1) .
.~aprl:hv4. - E'aslny, S. C.
G. H. Appleton, JuiticA of the
Peace, Clarksbiurg, N. .f., sav:
")Deitt's Littlo F~arly flisers aro
tho best pills made for constipation
Wo uso no otherA." Quicklv cure
all liver and b(,wel trouble.s.
Dr. G. W. Earle.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALEK
Two hundred and ifty acrwi,
more or less, 0110 and onie-half
mile from town of Pickens _, n1or thI
west. Known us the Barret. farnm.
There is twoenty acresi of filn be -
tom land on the waters of Tw '
mile riv -r. 'lho up-tland is adapt
ed to the cultivation of cotton and
wheat &c. ThIVe'ro are goud t -
mnoit.hou3es on pu: lic road w i b
all neeossary conioncos.
For ftrthel pa).'IrCtic1lrs apply at
thiso l .
:' cl l' L -
w' *'e of ':o'mterfoit1 and wor-t ha
Raive otioi(d for lleWitts Wit'h
li:el Salve. DeWitt'- is the only
c~dal A n in)faibl curu f1r
- and 0"I skin diea
.t ci othCaol ia,
(.h ii ty of I'i~icn, (.
In Coimmon leas
John C. O'Doll,
closru iude 1i) h o hs' -itndI .1
evio h0 ui . R , Watt, 10.
siding Judge, mi the 28md dav of!
Marh, .1900), and op (1l0 in no
Clerks omteci, .T wal '.1 onr
ait 'icl-.dvr?li court o , di.a uz
biudder, the. followmig si.d
Real hstaitr, t.)wit:
All that iece, parcel or trnet of
land ly' i an being inl the couty~~
of Pic-kens and Flt'i. aforesaid.
within or nnar the corj-orate 11nut I
of tho towni of Liberty, 00on1:8ning
one hundred and ton ( i10,'.) ac!ios,
rore or less. It, being~ the land oni
w',hich the defendant then livedc.
Terms cas~h or. daiy of1 salo. Pur
chnasor to pay for pnpora aud for
recarding the Bamio.
J., M. &ri:w..Hr,
apr12 I9. Clerk of Court.
Aro grand, but Skini Eruptions rob,
life of joy. Blucklin's Aijca Salve0
cures thom; also, Old, Rulnning
and Forece SorosA Ueers ii.
Felons, Corn. Wa it', Onus Pur:i
Brnisos, Realds, C -appe H andsi,
Chiilbil:: s. Best Pil1.> tCum (I
Earth. Drros 'a palim and achi..
Only 2,e. box, .n Coeuarn teet i1
Sold by WV. TI . Men' ll.
"am inidbtedl to) One'. bIinute'
Cough Cur or m-iy hiealth Iand li
It CUred m11 of1 ung trioublle follow.
og1 gr'ipp0."' Th'iousand~s owe their.
lives to th. pr0omfpt act.in of tM,
neCver Mingii r'emtedy. ft (urts
coughs, co!ds, er.ouip, broinchitisa,
pnecumonia, g.rippe andc throat and
lung t ronubles. .1 Ls early use prie
vonts conumueptionl. It is the only
h1~rm1los-J remoedy that gives jim'
Dr. GIN. WV. Earl
Unhc.althy Kldneys Makec Imp~ure Bllood.1
All the blood in your body passes through
y our kidneys once every three minutes.
T he kidneys arc your
~ ~ f~j~blood purifiers, they f ii.
-~ ter out the waste or
5 / impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
Pains, aches and rheu
maimcome from e<
Scess of uric acid in the
- 2 blood, due to neglected
I' -ey trebule causes quick or unsteady
be' -t '.t s, and makes one feel as though
they ha heart t oublc. because the beart 1s
ne..*rwing tn piuroiping 'thic , kldney.
poisoned t lood through veins and arteries,
it used to be considered that only urinary
troutbies were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now rmoder'n science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble. - -.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
djc ithe extraordintary effect of pr. Kilmer's
~Wpmp-R~oot, the great kidney remedy t.s
soop realized. It stands the aighest for its
wonderful curos of the most distressing casos
and is sold on its merits - A
by all druggists In fifty
cent and one-dollar siz-. II*
es. You may have a
samplo bottle by mail nIome~ er s'p-ont.
freer 4i00 pamphlet telling you how to find
out if y'ou have kidney or bladder trouble.
'Weitnis aer whenwrtinp Dr. Kilmer
!):io'giit'lie him m1 4'1-111dziidate for tile
,q!:-f (i f (11 iie'?v TlrvIlSilrer for 1'ichkeg,
'''''t~y .111, ltbcet .to th 1w etli of tlti voters
, [i it, D I) I ' iP Iic pl ilart' ul-ceti . 11.
Tile 31ip ( Yh'It.I-. (Vtwt Sntl11111011). (Chn lilan
pi- ) JI.- t opj.4 W rilitit I -(or Iiqi 4.411 4 - k
r litw niitiv friejitl;it f R~. l1..Jiat oft lhereby
lil if.ti'ik 41 ill nt it cninllit fo-r tilt! o'lilt
tOfii 4 I'tV C thr vOterH Wiii lit, JAt.iec
14 it~qt3jI44 i V tpl~. i ter;ii miu
Tilt lit litiy frtei1t'I' tf A vory A. Jtoite,
i'l oflivt, flir Tream-tr of J41oke'i 441U11tv,
stil.joel t to, th itatio UIRI f litj . vtor.4 ill iill'
.N~it' r 14'&14 (4!i'llery W%. Year
Ifnpotriliv Itllllict r him 1- Its (it call utt't
for the o~bee 141?~f I reamoi'm of Plecketis
11011 1it, su 'iil .0 to Ulo! 11 -It ou the vo.termi
ill the ~i ~rt. joriiiary edirt ikin.
11% Ilk lt;)IllV3 1t't l iS :k11 t4 41t111111 lgh for thfIt
,4 'Ill 4.4.4I 1 Of l'4iVlI IUA Vi 11Iit
444i 't . ,lii .,% ti-'lt* of iil votersc ti uthe
Fol oumiI3' StIipet'yisor.
The1 tily flifm!Ild'4 f 0. V~. Fieldi hereby
Mlii11:)iI1tO 'l1ll1 IL-; .1 CiiilIlit2 fill Itle O111lee
44 of *tinty, Sit ipei or for Pjeld'ig' County
Soi .-ilq'4 t4.4 lie rIttioii -oft Ie V'otelis Ill thle
'I'lt ma101 ,VN filid Of L.A ). 0311t0 ) Stu
14.:11 litrelivl4.y ilmuimnc t hlii ai it cuidi
V4e.2 .1 ili C Ile Dll. 1~~i j( 14.2 0th 011 1 t
Fo.r SheritTi -
.Tilt l wl 4414 V Ii 'illN (If '-[()fill NN'- '111io111114
Io'r z-Awi. i o)~ f I jV (i 'il-k w clll . li - ti lit t to
t11e a i l 44 tll. vi .ttr4 ill tile Dl)4i-l-a'rtj1
P il't i4t ch.4ItC il.iI
Wict lo th litiii oif t1h. voiters ill tile Demo.
crLtic. Pi'ri ili y -~lt.-' 91-'.
T)ll ilimiy hifal-,1i~ of NV. R~. Price hereby
24i4iII'14 ; t :a 4.talilate [or tilt.- ofi'e
I -lllvrilr 4of I'icl(4 i.t(14 41 oity, StI0ije'it. to
thle 14.1 ()I41 444 iti :rs illth om )44iioueittIc
Ti,.I wmYtll fri-.1iils of .7. "'r. Stewart hifiit't
O'4 4. - 4 ' 'T. (of t 1 , 4f j .% of 1 of 1i-(
'IL, 00 llttd, - ~ 14' p f. n4' ti iilil (of tile
Of U4 L lit.,3 i -4id4.t414 t .4 I lidle (fir.
%if'1.: ' Altkiitor of J'14.' l " i i 1t3',
t-e- i i ti l 'it4l4 o'f fills i'14 11 tile2
V)"p (51) 'sult fi hi's 8 10fi d i d
ieI t.l'- -Itidoli t ttble will and'tro.
m(nondc11s owergy aro not folud
\% hcve Stomach, Livor, Kidnoy a and
Bowels are out of order, if 7011
watit Ulms qualities and the suo.
".061i they bring) use DPr. King's
%w Lite Pill. They devolop
- VO1'Y )~Vi' brin and body.
M1~ AV I lw
A house full of nice furrii- -
ture and Hlousokeeping goods -
A- house full of Stoves,
Wash pots, Kettles, Baker's
Ovens and Wheelbarrows.
A lot of clothing cheaper
A pretty assortment of Cl.i
awarc and Clocks, to give
COMiC TO SE4 L1 S!
W. '. ..M'Fall.
I now have the best selected
Dry Ooods, No
That I havo over had and they will
go at a sacrifice and when you are
ini Groenville don't fail to call ou
rme. Pr'icos are right nd you will
be0 treated right.
Mr. WVill Looper, of Dacusvillei,
is with mo anrd will be gla~d to ae
all bia frioends.
BU'Comjo one como all.
N. A. JENNINCS,
120 Main streot, Greenville, S. C.
Watches. Clocks, Sewing
Machines and Bloyloes,
repairod and new parts ordored for
sameo. All repairs warranted.
parts an~d fluest oil always on
*''wenty Yoars exporlenco
ithe bumsinemss. If youm nieed a
Good WVatch give or send me your
I have scnmo Spocial Bargains
JOHN T. BOGO8,
Jeoler. and Job Priter,
N. B :---Phonogqraphs and Graph. 12
ophoneis anid stjppUes for sae aund
repaired proipiy, Let ,year WRIts?
Si0 - CLOTHI N
At It va-iov. of. tho fear our iiiiid naturally turns to Spring
slothe#. *oys and mon begin to think about their spring suit and
idies'talk hats and (re.5s goods. Our storo is loaded from top to bot
3M with'this 69rt ot "tufl!." All kiodu of Fancy Dross Goods, Lawng
)imities, Porcales 4 ikta ad trimtilings. Ladies hats trimumod and
ntrimiod. As usual our liuo of Clothing, liooa H1atd and Gont's
'urnishing Goods is colulpito in ovory detail;
Wo haindlo almost everything, and haven't the apace hore to tell
ou of half the tings wo :)tuld liko to,, but 'onio to eec us and we will
ideavor to pleaso you.
U' Deoer sand Thorli-ey
Dealers in General Merchandiso.
Pickens, South Carolina.
fCU SHO-LD KEEP COOL,
A d it's ey Z0 enough to (10 sAo
ino'w, that we have an elegant
l'enntnin and ui u'rve you with
)ELJCIOI's tE DINKS.
Can't ).- surpasseicd, Aways fresih an rc
lialblo, An u.j Inusuialliy nice', line of Toilet
Son'i ict reved Vvt have the. .UEPST
-N.# I; 9K f TOBAOCOS AND CIGRS:
a.mmd of ,uru I'l in ST.\ 4I ' E IlY, Como in an1d sco
8 if you don t wan'l to buy aniything. We will be pleaed.
Yours Very truly,
Froortian Block, PickeUn3, .,
usually ti o ' i ck about midd le' of' Febriuary. Aro always an xions to'
redc I' te!. a mucih as possibl be .'Iwforo thati Limen, andl in order tu
do th Cifr.t does net pay mu to c'arry winmtcr goods into spring,
for thu w sI. '0 daysa I wil oll'or speciaml inmducomnts ini
pric a o al win (or goods. This will ho the oppor'
IjmJi y of the. se'asn to buy Wool Dress Goods
Flan m:'hls Jeans, Underwear, 1Blankots and
ha:bhoes at much1 lower pricos
thanu w 'ill buy them lator.
. (al al miy store and I will
prv to you that it will
ay you to buy now.
A. Ks Park,
G.reony ille1, . O
icks pCountty Pe~opleC.
A laigo Niw Ui*rk ' i.ki iiimse hais just sent us 850.capes to closd
'ut for thIem. Prm 9 I 1.f0 t . :::> anid 150. Thoso capes aro realy
vorthi from 50ec to I ue.a,-hi' p,re I tha wo.ask for themti.
-Jeans'., I'huJtile :m11 d "..h:its at lastL year's prices.-..
Ou r 1 2. 15 ,1 :a . I :!2.' .1 Ja ar nii ot imatched in r~ iuali 1y and
>rice by anyv delri m ith P'o z' ~ohn It sectlin.
Other orcihat t ar: tr'ying to buly so of' my l21c, ail wool, IRod
Ianni, 'Ihey cannoit do it. I koe> this bar'gain for my customors.
Ju.-st think of a fu'.I 1i/ heavy b~laikel, white or grey, ait 50c; 75i
nid I .00 buys a iF I N F. ia of bhakuts and 1.50 buys a pair that will
Siicond hargo ew c t ~of l'nderweari. Socks, Hanidkor'chiefIs and
~otions j ust r'eei ve. ib:. fy 0r1 or whito shirts and dirawers 25c.
ac* l'eautfful, (n I i J~ r.irts anid drawors at 500. each.
.rood OI..a *' a. r. .. 1' ...)on ui Iino em broidorodl and hem..
Litr -'.1 hav; I:r' 1': M . n ' l e h'5 , d nn intial hamndkerchuiefs
it i~ Uac . .6 i :., i lk ; i a handlrerchIiiefs at. 25c each . L40t. thi ig
6r thre price 0ar / -wma m (er' .nvil.-,
Shoes ankd Shioes
Nearly every one sells shoes, hut Our Shoe Trade has increased
wonderfully. WVo are sellina; three times as many shoes as wve did lamst
all. Popllo say they get good shoes hero. I have just receiveod a big
ot of women shoes, mado expre0ssly for mno at Lynn, Mass.
A banig up good dongola shoe, in lace or button, head and spring
isel, at 1.00 a pair. A fine dongola at 1.25, beel or spring, button our
aco, also in cloth top. This shoo is worth 1.60 of anyones rnmo.
Jouriso I' :y-dury Iihoos, All Solid Leather, 75, 85, 1.00 and 1.26 as
mir. i rey g.:od hionbst goods.'
As to so the "Motuitainm King," a high top, oil grain, D). S. & TV.,
bivo fi wm a a t t. The bos6 shoe, youz, I or anyonio over saw for the
We~ a~u o show n fine limO Of ladies an iint' ns0) flO shoes as8 and one(
a Groonville. C me direct to this storo. Wo always have a goott
farm fire 'r you a sit by, You are wecome to make this Stwso veng
ome when in G''e~millo
1Oiner M i1n & Coffee Streets, .Q guenvmee o