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The People's Journal
T ocal and Personal.
--I li e just received a full and
Vomliilete lino of Stationery. Give
mne a call before buying elsewhere.
-Prices to suit. G. W. EAniE.
-Magistrato elect, W. E. Hunt,
of Dacusville township, is the
ehanpion hawk killer. He killed
tlree lately; the largest was four
fet from tip to tip of wings.
--Owing to disuppointmont thE
colored teachers will hold thei,
Insti.tute Saturday the 17th inst.
at 10 o'clock a. i., at Pickens, S
--All the members that eve
telonged to the Pickens Couri
ouse Alliance are requested tc
nwet at the court house Nov. 24,
t 3 p. in. J. TYniE Loopica,
Died, on Tuesday morning, Nov,
- 13th, (harles, the two year old sou
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Clardy
His remains were buried at Seconm
the dny following his death.
- --Don't forget the annual meet.
.l g of the Journal stockholders,
id subscribers:will please not ig.
O the fact that delinquents will
be considorcd at that meeting.
.--There will be an All Day
.singing at, Bethlelheni school-house
onThanksgiviing 13ty. All lovers
of good music are cordially invi.
tod' to come and participate. Bring
sopig books an(l weil filled baskets
- repared to have a good time.
Dr. Halo will naitin lecturo in
tlt) court house at, Pickens on the
niglit( of the 21d inist. All moiney
ovpNr andI abovo $25 will be con
tfibuted to the Pickons Graded
School and go towards pirchasing
now desks. Lot thoro be a rousing
r-Miss Ella, daughter of Mir.
Archibald Jamison, who lives a
fw miles from the city on the
Laurens road, was married to Mr.
JQ)n Babb on Thursday evening,
Rev. D. V. Key officiating. A
. few friends and relatives wort
I resent by invitation and a colla.
lion wHs served after the marriage,
'The parlor was tastefully decorated
and the occasion was one of muc:
-The noted lecturer. Dr. Wm.
Tlall, will again be with th
oeople on November 28d.
him. Go hear him
eard him befor
4 . iii. T1he proceeds
*go o. .ns G3radecd School
,to equip a. dh desks and se..A
~ Tiel:ets ont sale at Bolt & Thorn.
S2ey's drug store.
-The Atlantic Coast Lime ar.
niounces that a vest4ib)uled trair
-will be put oni the 15th instant
belttween1 Charleston andic Greenville
via the Columbia, Newberi v and
* iaurensg railway, and will rur
i~thout change of conductors be
~tween thbese two points. Thelu
coaches are made by the Pullmnat
CJompany, and will be one of th<~
* tinest and most attractive traini
runlning into Greenville.
T 1he regular annual inleeting o
thtockholders of the Farmers
*County, S . C., will be held at the
orfice of the PixorI.Ns Joonx~Ardot
* Saturiday, Nov. 24th, at 11 oclock
W.- W. F. Br igh t,
Secretary and Treas.
CoNDUl('CTEDJ BY W. W. F. B3nIGH1T,
* Oounty Siant. of F.ducatioi
ofOwmtg to the crowded conditioe
ofthis column, the regular prm
gramn of the Teachers' Associatioj
has failed to appear. A mieetin
.'for the purpose of roorgauiizatloi
de called for Saturday, Nov. 17tia
1900, at 10 a. m. ,Brgt
County Supt. d
'The fIlowaug school boots hay
* boon received. Not enough for th
c ounty, but somo::~
Johnson's Readers, Noe I to
inclusive---loth and boards.
- Denson & Glenn's Speller ani
W Graded 4tudies I
Composition and Rhet
. * itois Myers' Genera
ltistory. Fryer's Gieographtei
a \rr'us P'hysical (oogeiphiy.
Wentworth's Arithmetics anl
Copy bo'oks, v'ertical and plant
11other*, kl~ly to h used, or
Aft to Olinaus.
Cologie, Gerinany, NoV; 10.
The Gazette states that the pow
era have reachod a'definite undor
standing in regard to China, whic]
is in effect as follows:
"The allies will supervise th
punishment of Chinese officers iim
plicated in the Boxer outrages
:ach governmont will be recoupe
for the expenses of its expedition
missionaries and privato individu
als will recoivo adequate comipe
sation for any injuries sulfered
troops will be kept in Pekin Ier
inanently for the protection of ti
legations; the Taku forts will 1b
demolished, and Pekin will be pIor
Inanently connected with the son.
STAT'C 01 SOUTl CARIOLINA,
COUN'rY OF P(KE.\s.
[III Coinoti Pleas Colirt.)
InI pirsuiance of decretal orders, nat
orders of foreelosiure in tle folliwinp
nimied eases on file ii I he Clerks ofilfce,
will -el to fle higheSt bidder tile follow
big described lis oi Saledlay inl I)-eem,
ber iiext, duriig tle legal hours for siie,
upon the terins hertiiafter staled, to
CaNlv' 31eDilflleo Smith,
W illia41n liliden, et. al.
-All that certaini piece, parel or planit.
a1tion of lan11d lying ieiig sllllitato in lit
CUt1nvt Uid St;i te al'for esaid, in FaiidstLo
townlislhip, ol bo i sides of Big Eazolotatm
ereek, eonitiaiig six huiniidred lnl,
tAItLy-live 162 acres more or less, jin
Illg unds of I letLer M. Stewal t, auid 1:ind.
formeerly owneil by Dhavid P'orker,dee.
til, :11111 ot liers, a lld hilow il 11s [ li\ 12
rBil li ne Qh110 ee1C . "Perilli. olne ni.1l1
ensh Ii day of salo, hahinee; on :a redil
if twelve moln(1f1t1;Hs.-VC1-ed by boil of lit
pu1rchia-er. and14 11nortgage of lite prei-01s's
w% ith 1 lenive tI alit cipait' poilu via t of I lit
credit portion whil inlierst ll on credit poi.
t .oll lout. (1 c.1 (4 c ii Iot cfl
Willtia l Icordh-n:. et. al-.
All tunt pi, iinn Oil or tract of helnd
lying1being witu ate Lin conti~ly~t aTh stat1
0afoh rei inEattt0 to.wn-hip oln eni
ide of elos er t n, jolling1 g.ags of J,.
M. l.tcsth . W. flead and ,ioab Moort
and otheis, ii cntining one hltli
[1001 cres tlot eor l I, ad klown a.
thle labIllow Forti tract. Terlin-ont
cashal f ale, balance on credit of twelv
t hlvmoihs With leave to anipticipate I dynie'
oof ttie cedit portion. Secrtied by bone
of the ntiiiebfiiaser iniortgage of he
premisenusv with interet fro til day of sah
onl eiit portion.
Also all haht oher piece, pareolr tcil
of binti in cuntili t t tl te t at ciforesaid, 1
EtlCatk utoite towshe, On bothi silesof Cedhu
Creek, wat-rs ot Keowee riverI joinlin
lat ds of .iloh H lead, Eliza .iirphirte, .ls
A. loo and others. contaiiing sixtj
601 itres inoi c or lese. Teris, oe-hslai
entsi onl day*% of sale, balatice onl credit o
twelve monlths w%-ith leave to anltleip A
Payny of the o te credit p 1ortion, seenret
by bonifl of prchaser ai inort gage o
ti.e premisei withl, t nteret froim deay u
$ale on cidit ilurtioi.
Chdicl T. l2les, e:. all.,
lii'is(l thpec paee-i ir loti eii ad y
1.i11le jsodtii the0 licorplnoii liit
the~s Nit of2( byree .nvil h~ivinthe 'fl ot
32,w1in0 botais ioliu1: itei niing 11 II
ner- of11, (ihe l t,it n i y...Hik '
inio wihltheast Oelie, thence 1)zi7'el
1r00 f etito ai 'ike on s othll or 2tit
Ci aeui ondrt :-thde op f etleton toiitl
rond 70% 100it'tC eti iitcy woi inche
tor stake, L. e c NiZi2i 2.a 1.03 Jctighlil
Jt,s3 and t-1 of I'ine. rungtou laegt
p~Jilt, i'red by01 ,Ii. le , bornern No 'lb
22, 10,' cntainingy onearly onuset hil (
Luret nor ill le s:ili . actiu i4f',~i
Alsio. all ot.at other pi~tet' parceCtl
tracet oif landi 2i~ t' Picken CoiyLci eccnt
Carolin: rio, ad iuatc op o tf two Liract
onetie coihiig illy ongle i(5J
icreitl conveyic o l' anik(ey Goalet b11
GII ilesL0. aene, dtid'lcthI liar
187ic lands tOhe Iit her ie contaiing thni
 acriiis-more ortai les,i-l(i conveye tof Po
bey Go .ett byicit a (John T. G1s0et di vte
2h day i Feb ( restrii y 1875,z Ths tnor
0n1et w li ill be sltif tlge he laggre'l bt i
'l'yfoe [->-l iaere fonoS wei of lit'. bonn
edilli byu lmiii ycrnlwil b Jo~i'l1
Go90e1, .3lb1:s D. I Anii C it' Iandis
C, t. Glazener. ~ bjdc,
hAlso allr thautH.I13 oinor p'.e'e, parce0!
fract o baidde ihnall liO l'qiekend toutL)
punth Crlina,1( wadh iy o NurLt otlsi
e fllaO&ey lla Township, on ( unters of Iahu
R'iive co tinilrc in ' the ' t~gltsalglo
creo ore orl 111 le, tgrele opht.
*nade b W.' D.Iariison, surevyo,'o
Novnidier 1.-, 19'0.)
wih hneref sy .Sale. e
er, anal'mOrg of th Ee eis, witge
leavuiee by pice iming Nalt cih o
dc'a ofyo lalepuichgar copa forc~l tcnl
Thle Contshrna tfo 11-wr1o8 h l'tliitgFi
Daarb for 19he year beg iing dutiy q
iifii','will, be ict af by hJeeili of ,I&' Iaa
of3t~ Coany JicommA i).>nys iii lans ta
till Ilirs2th Tuesdayc ailDeomber,0 1'0
p'unyll id tithiitam of ti
chP ilret 01 5. The our r.e theliiI t iil
COUNTY (IF rICItES.
[In Co11mon 11ea.]
Ily vir11t1 of decrttal Orders :1a(l
- (les of forLecIostre Ir' aile by li! I]
1 ame. Aldrich, Presiding dialge, in
iglowing nmled canol 1111d o, lite in,
clerk'sofflee l t %ill .-sell on Male-sda~
I)oceiber, 1900, tlt! following ill t
elves and1. t1pon the followinlg temlas
The ritl4h & American Mortgage Co.,
Mary Ml. Murphree, et. Ill., Defendant
[In onalnon110 PleaIt.]
- All thalt certai piect-, parcel or trael
Ia lyving alud being s1itnate in (he coul
- 41stait I aforaliI. cont aining thirty-me
. tl "ii iglteen one hil31retith [37 18
a ries eatre or les, lotintled by lua(l.
- W. S. KJirksev, .IoLia W. Minnter, W,
Bltes anal traet No. 2, and known am ti
No. 1, il the division of the itland of J
nIirphreitVe, deceasi8l, trvoved Ilid dlivi,
"ito three tretss antd platt minate of itamne
the 9th <day of October, 1900, by W.
Also, all that* piece, parcol or trae
, land lying and being Mitnite in the cou
an14 state aferesalai, containing twet
IIvet1 and .tevCnty-eiglht 010 hlunred
78-100) acres nmore or less, bountaled
hinds of W. T. liates, trap-t No. 1 ani
the division 'Ut the Jaul 0 J. 8. lurplu
dclalI4,(, and I(InOWU ill the division
t rant. N o. 2.
Also. all that piece, parcel or tract
hild lying astd being *ituato in the Cou
ntiil Statet agore-aaid oil Wolf Creek, c
taining forty-eight and ninety-1vo
lauadredth (40 t-100) acres mnore or i
houatled by lands of W. T. Batev, Cha
Jinighes, Mt. W. Newton andi trat No
iail kniowin ,i0 tle divisioni as tract Nc
of .1. 8. Murplaree, dteceased, estate. I
4f each tract will be exhibited oin (1113
aili. Terms cash. Purchaselr to iy
all pialtors, and for staimps. '
In tit event of thae Italilure of tiht
cbaser of anly of 4ailt tratt of land t o 4i
ply w% ith thie tarms of male within one hi
thereafter, will be resohl on salie
suich trtt or tracts as the ptiarchiaser ii
hita 1 coiilhy with tilt terams of the 4alt
th risk of the formner purelaser.
8. E. Hester, et. al., Plaintiffs,
E0. Obedience Thoriley, et ll, Def
lirst -All that pieo, ircel or lot
h:ui being Situate inl the towi of East
Cuit.tiy and State aforesaid, known its
I:. K. 11111 lioane plare, it bling betwi
iI- li-w aed old Pi'ananpkilntowni rotis, Ih
ini 3 lhe folloinig ijntes and bot)ands:
"o:isin at irni pin oi new Ptuipkiiito
iqpad, inence N 1. w% 2.50 to lietd, thei
N. - w, 2.50 to benl, tlience N. ti% E 1
a liii N 23 P, ).(A) toi iron pin 8 14 E i
alini onit1 road It) irion pin, thaensc.2 8 72
2.59 tthe begiiing corner, contain
twt (2) acres nior or3 less.
Secoind-All thatt piete. parcel or lot
htd ili thie towi (d EIaVtsey, collity 11
s tate aifresaid , adjoililig lantis of J.
blihallI1i, Mautiilin, lts No. 2 1(and 5 of r
estate of It. K. Hllh, deceased, aid lav:
tle following lites n1111 bonds : Hey
niig at locuit, thence 8 89 B' 4.71 to ij
Iiin, thence 8 15 E 2.11 to iron pin thene4
'i w 5.00 to iron pinl on P1impkintow n 10
t belee along Said roatd 8 20 w 2.74 to ii
pi, thence 8 72 w 7.27 to stone on brlan
tieinte along said branch to stone, thei
N 15 w 1 .00 to the beginning corner, C
twining three (3) acrem mnor or less.
Thirdi-A11 tat parcel or lot of lat1 i
late in tile -towi of Easley, County I
State aforesidd, known as lot No. 2, laiv%
le following nietes ad bounails: Beq
l ing at a stait oil branich thiace N 7
,.5t to iron pin on Puniupkintown stri
I 3iatbee along sal1 street N 2 w. :1 20
iroi lipi, thence 8 72 w 7,27 to stone
' brtch, thence a1long brlIanli to the bel
iing coriner, containing two and on1 t
(2 1-5) acres tuore or less.
Fourth-All that parcel or lot of laut
th11- town of Easlley, couIt3' 111d state af<
sail, adjoining lots of No. 5 natI 2, 1
. h ing the following metes indi bounds
-inninig alt stone oi old road, thence
j-; Ii.-- to stone on brutach, thince
banhit to stone, thence 8 72 w. S.4C
.stone, thence 887 w. 5.00 to stoine oil
roeel, thience alhong old roadi 1.20) to
'i ri -5) acres moure or less, let kcnt
- as No. 4.
f1(11th-All that parcel or' lot of 1land(
-thea towna of Ealsluy, counit3y anid Stalte aft
sa ,:nd, ;nwn as11 hot No. 5, 3an1( hav'iig
_ iolow ing iacne1 1 anliboutlid: Ileginnl
,at :-t it- oni br'zi'anchtence S 84 wv 11 501
' tn ole i l rou141, thlenice along saidi
remlI attonet., thenice N 84 E 9.ti2 to at
Sona btainih, thence up saidi branclh to the
I gining cornrui, iljoininig 10t5 Nos. 3
, 4, aidelie Manhl Iini lanld, conitaiinig i
iant touri-lifths (4 4-5) iacreli more or' 1es5
isixt li-AllI thait parc'el oir lot of 111111
ty afioresa5Id, frouting 52 feet til .Al
a' street, ail runnlin~g back -- feet boun
oa onthe es5t b~Itlchurd Lenuhardt, on1
.wddt by Dr. l. F. SnIth.
J Seventh11-All.i that parcel or tract of 1
bieing itualtol ia the uentiy and4 state alI
r said, lti'vInA the followin~g nimetes
h ounds1', bint ig t a stoneg on jPu
ki w oadthen log lll oa
43 ft31e, the.ae~ 9/% W OIlU to stone, thi
J 5 3Mi/ eait 1.@ to J4. (.< thencel~ 8 laSt
I ai 7. Ao r Lise railroad, thuineu alonig
, riali'Oi 1t' tt' to Oorner,'1 thecw N on
e 25 to theU bt inning coraaer, contali
.- llty-seven (,o acree more or loss,
Iighth-A~so that othor tract or I
en sti ol jan~d lying beting and situnate in
coun1llity iand Statcesresid on wvatere
(heairg's oreek, hlavin~g thet follow~
rueteI and i, bctndei 1hegining aI( t a1 b
'a gran( onl thel roadt, thenOlit S 8 E~ 7.9(0
tusk, thetudo S 110 E (.25 to rock, te
r' 3 3 15 E~ 14 to .lioplar,. I hietco 8 12
'' E* .1.201 to pine, t.Lencot 8 40 E 3.33
"~ reekh, thaor.co S 39 .E to hlickor'y, the
a 8 i I 2 E 2,39 to rt clk, thienie 8 20
hoiia'ek then thence 8 69l 1 2 W 8,75
p io oil oJ} lIpe, t hencie along old himt
roick-hence N 73 1--1 W to P () on1
ini, thencei~i 8 11 1 2 wv 3,72, theno
4 1 2 E 8,82 to stonio, thonee 8 8
12,51 toi pane, thenilct 8 25 1-2 WV 5.4
1P O, thmenco to the beginaning CCruel0
lig twood knot on1 old linao, thecnoe
64 El 24,50 to black gum, thie beginn
bi corni(3~ercontaininig uixty four mind (
,amtaxh (01 1-6) aeC more or less.
Aliso, that othler tracLt of land inll
c'onily andl State aforesaid, adjoin
.uniacof tineda Hi'irper, W C Ja~mi
1hr1 K il an il rs ontaitiug two'
tre(23) acres, imore or 19P9.
Ninth-Also all that parel or tract
land( ini soulnly aned Stto alforeSaid
Daenicisv'ill townilip kniown) as lot, No)
of the Itoswel lull estate adjoin
i11lands of Willham Find(ley, trat No.
,~ud 4, containii'g 000 huudred and
(jo1) qm-eg m~vpe py ls
I. Tiontihh-Alsio i Itha1t troot of lp
e thme county and Stato aforesaid know:z
Ii tre~ot No, 5 of thme Rtoswol ill) esta
ii dinLinOhhg Jano F1ran, D. 0. F:
taoof ltosweUl il, deceased, lonts
iug 0a93 hundred and twenty (120) tac:
more0~t 0or less,
TVerms casb, puirchtneer or puirohal
to1 pny for all paperQis iand 1or stani
Pum chi ser' or purchasers of tile lott
uiets of hmid inlust comlply within
haur' nitor sale, anid upon failure. 1o tc
. a Ii y0-3(1) the sad IUnd at the ris|13
1the firmai 01p3robagarl, 11nd. will co
1t131 until11a purichaer is up-aj~ Wyho
Ii ~t~hni' lkktes Uotant)
at TIll E7 lWi'lt Ol? 801 f ll (CAII0LI:
C Comuinona lleus (~ourt.
r, NoiTI T ' .' JpisDI 1ohal.'sNohlido
. t h ey glyelli~ to al peri"otl hioli.
'd Cdhius a1git the estate of it. K, I
t decigi-etl liht thaey musl~t prove
claim< bes.fore me tij 03' by the 3Jd da,
II liee ibetr iP.,i o0 barled fromt I *l
nt liP- tig l It fund1( of paidi~ pelU ,
. ,,........ gil i) n
'he ret dtrs of tmis plpir w#in be >lent
odl to learn (fiat, there Is It le'sf oneret)
Mr- ed (isease that scieeij has beft able t
' cnre iI all i 1j4 Atages, and that 1.s Catarrh
thle 1in11s11 aar.' Curm Is tlie onl1 y posil
the etire knn to t te nedical fritter it t)
Cn atarrh beingt a constituftiocal dIseas%
ec( reqirest a coistittitionfal treatmilen
to iall's Catarrh tiue iIs taken internally
actiig lirectly upon the bloot I mid tin
cons sirfaces of! the systern, thereby de
stroying the foindatkdif of the disease
andgIving the pattit strengf I by build
int, the cc tistttitioti atd a sslstting ni
of tu:re in doing bits work. .Tha proprietor
have 111M$o inuch faith InI Its curam.ive power
en thia they otitr One Huntdred Dollat's to
ol any case that ir. fiile to curm., Send to
of list of testiaknonlis.
T. Addressx, F. j. Clieney & Co., Tole
act do. 0.
1 jVSold by Druggist, 75c.
ni l saliaily Pills are tie bi ist.
YOUNC MEN WANTED,
of with fair education antd go' ''"' t'r, ti
nlty --4ltJ TLE 'ILAPH Y,
ty- Italroatd accosanting anti ty powritting
(2& Thia is endo.-set by all learling railwa
by corupaukst as the only perfect ad rIabC
of intistitution of its kind. All our graduate
are asmisttel to positions. Laidiete also ad
as mitted. Write for free catalog.
of Fall term opens August 15th.
.y jun2lin6tI. Lexiugte n. Ky.
ur- is a good. time to sow Turnip Seed,
"I All kind 1900 crop at Morris'.
Iay Fruit Jiare, large lot on hand yel
"ay of the best machine made kind al
Lots of hot weather goods tc
,cosu out clieap. See the bargaint
In light C0alicoes, Lawns, &c., it
vy, short leng:ths. Good goods at iar.
L gain prices at Morris'.
Meal, Moat, Lard, Sugar, Coffeo
I- Flour lor cash.
. *WMAt-arim enn't charge you foi
t any moro goods in 1900.
of A. M. MOR.t. S,
atl Pickens, S. C!
f Elw Home 'Phone No. 24.
When you want prompt acting lit
t- tie pills that never gripe use Do
I. Witt's Little Early Risers.-Dr.
In. G. W. Earle.
to There is no pleasure in life if
P" you dread going to the table to eat
"ftl and can't rest at night on account
of indigestion. Henry Willi ams,
We- of Boonville, Ind., says he iuffered
Ind that way for years till he commenc.
1 ed the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Up Cure, and adds, "Now I can eat
o anything I like and all I want and
ten sbl) soundly every nmght." Kodol
one Dyspepsia Cure will digest what
""I you eat.-Dr. G . WV. Earle.
r-It Helped Win Battles.
the T1wentynine officers and men
"3 wrote from the Front to say that
ol for Scratches, Bruises, Cutn,
y, Wounds, Sore Feet and Still'
nai Joints, Bucklen's Ardien Sav)e is
iaur the best in the world. Sam. for
'1t. Burns, Skin Eruigions and Piles.
un- 25 eta. a box. Cure guaranteed.
O Sold by Bolt & Thornley druggist.
the Story of A Slave.
"a To be bound had and foot for years
jby the chains of disease is the
sup- worst form of slavery. George D.
SWilliams, of Manchester, Mich.,
*a say "Miy wife has been so help.
less for five years that shes could
unti not turn over in bed alone. After
tising two bottles of Electric BIt.
>ar- te ahe is wonderfully improved
the and able to do her own work,"
f Thbis s upremne remedy for female
diseases quickly curos nervousaness.
to sleeplessnessa,molai uholy, hIeadachbe,
nee backache, faintlna and diszy spells
1-to isd gods'.,nd to weak, to sickly,
a run-dow peol. Curai guaran
y 4 ted Only 50c. Sold by Bolt &
to Thornley's drug gist.
No Yankee Trick in
tity Gentlemen; Now isq your chance
of to settle tip, honorably, all notes
in and, accounts and a part of your
5, money back.
i~An honest schOemo of my own.
one me all you can andi give me
oeyear to work at. You watch
as. I have al ways, do now, and al
ite, ways will appreciate your business,
e. If I have carried you over any
~. hard places, you can now, show
es, your approcintion, "'while it coats
ers Never before have I been so
'P' much in earniest acout settlements.
e I can place every dollar of it where
do it will do you good, as well as myr.
of self. Come and see me about it,
n'Ol andI glye me your valued busIness
u wheni you can,.
Goods and ptle will be correct,
Oome and bn pet my line of
Jeano, Outings, F'lannele, - Sheet
uA, ings, Tickings, Caipets, Ready.
muodeClothing, liat., Shoes,. Rub
ber , Phot Guns, Harness, Saddhns,
Is Si'idh-s, H alters, SeWing Machines,
lng orves, Furnilturo and H~ouse-keep.
lii ingO )Ods generally,
Th'lis piet irie k. t he Ii ade mm.~k t
SCO1'F'l"' VMI: 1,8 JON. :iid i.. oil
every hot lie of SCOT""M EIMUIL
,SION ill thle Wothi \N whici uow
ITiis iiL lattici li~is VVi to
Firsf;-Beca rise thle lroprivtors
have always N-cii 131(1St c(miiCil ii
selecti :ig thle vaviolis uic jit
i1SC(I ill its Compo!-a iit 11l, 11:10y:l
the fines~t Cod I IvrOil, '111 tI~v
Second4.( t,e iiiV - 8V Y
skillfullv comlIIimi.A h .triou-s
hlgreclicti t t h.it th1 e I k -,L ~
result., are yltiiA it.,
st roi I I
rtlidc MA, I VI'' h
aon I tct. I! 1 11i 1. f~ai
It votl I
Biggest, Fattest, Plumpest,
Roundest. Longest and
FALL AND WINTER
ever seen within the four walil of
our store-room. We keep every
thing. Thoro is no noo( to t ry
and tell you about overything herie
as we lalven't the mpaco, suflico foil
you to know that our stock of gen
(ral n'erchandisO is completo and
prices are right.
We are making it specialty this
fall of Ladies' Dross Goods and
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents'
Fuirnishing Goods. On tlese linems
wo aro propiared to givo 3 oU good
values and suit you both inl style1
ald (tualitf. Every trado guuarllan
Volgcer and Tone
Dealers ill Cenerail Mecrclitndiso.
Picens, South Caro)1lna.
GOOI) NEWS 0F NEW (i00DI)S!
They are hevre. aind more are coming every tiay. Tom Pickenw I'riicai who
re 111aily ly u114tomCers, 111ad oihei that .1lN ' wn t it ) I 'uak ei ):e y cu 3m ris. i M
;tor is full of
SEASON BLE GOD0'S
n nm preparmd for and am having a bright, hustling busines, :mi I w v v
)110 of yout to comlo to mily s-le 11ad b belnefitted by ur t liltions. Th pric .4
[1111 m 1 makmg tini seaso nro 11- att1rItivo ind you will 1be able to 1v m1Vy wiilo
e(-ttilg the la tst styles and iualtis.
The old Saw
"Quick Sales, Short Promfits,"
tVill be strictly enforced ill ll ytI store. Th 411 1and yotuing, the rieb a poor will
di buy goods at my store it, it lowest. living prices.
)ressq (loods is 141re1m.ost jlst nomw. I haive 1 il assorM0 iv ( if I' I iv.:!..
nt 1be, Colors, Phain 11nd Fancies to suit11any taste anld anly irre. You w ill
inve to vee these good's to know what they are.
HOSIERY AND UNIDERNWEA1.
This stck i 1 fller this Stiasoll 11111 ever with i t1 bs'xS bargain ever o0 'ored,
-1 splendid linio (if Worklig and Dress Shirts, full stock of Drawers.
This is a great specialty with le-giving the very best .1ioo :11 halI ho sold
ror 15 and 25 ets.
1 am prp'areld to do 3ou1 o101o good tlhanii anybody. See thew god:&, 11d prico
id jidge for yourself.
Not withstanding ihe nce on al1 cotton o(ds. .t vil I sell yol
ings at 5e. lleavy Sea Thland, yard'4 wide for &*IgodOt
NOW for' my)'Ij~ big ~ Hobby-Mlhoes'. 1 1love to talk1 ShoM ml 1I lonv to *m. 5Shoes5
auts to como1 upI a1s rel resented there0 is no troulble to~ adjusta it :41 1iv hi fl. ;Zilol '
u omnen' iuand C)hildr1ell'5. giod, duralble an1( d4i h mex oi al ld jai-e' le
'st. Shioes I aive everC beenl. Como1 toi 5e0 1114 and1 be4 conlvinced' of what L teall you.j
A. K. PARK, West End
____________________ ('Greenville, S. C:.
THE VALUE OF 0..1S
Packed back in our sbhles, therefore C we can not alfor'd ta
let them stay there any longer than they aue
called for, so
We Invite Everybody!
to come and see if' we are not offering'
WVe keep) a general liIe of Merchandise ad i sntne
ssrrly to tell youi what we have. We cameI he to sel < .oo(1s
nd pay you a good price Ior your1 produce, such as Chuickens;
?ggs, D ucks, I'mukeys, G;eese, GuIinea,;s, Beeswax, IIles, ~tam
.;rass, Grubil R(oots, and everting., that weC can s'.I
Youris in ear'nest,
The Big Sorw
Wil Open Oct. 1st.
Every man)!, woano chifl ld in11( PI J1ickens counlty is respeetfully inva::l to efliI
ud0 8CC us8, You wiillriv a010 or0dialI wuelcorne whe11therj y'ou unly (r not). Oiir
muyers have boeen ini the Nor'thern' mar11ketH for1 Hevo1lal weeks, bJuying ('ne oh t ho
aost compljloto liies of Goneral Merc'hanidiso that has3 ever been,1 b'ront.;ht1 to South
Ihnying as wo do (forn ouir se~veral Jarge storeso) in jobbing qjuant ih+, Il (311mble0
is to 8(1llOour goods as cheny1 1as some4- Iinechen1'1ts buuy them.
Will Soon be Completed.
OUR LAIRGE STORE~ will sooni be complleted and goods haive nuinay beg an
) arrtive, and11 will conitinue1( to coma, until we arole to)1 10ho1w t') 1 '0e Ple~4 (t'
'lokonls Counlty, o1ne of the largest and14 most c:omplete stocks to Nau ro m o ando
I t pices never befuo heaurd of in the Piedmont sectionu.
Cotton and Cotton Seed.
D)o niot sell youur cottoni and COttonI Seed util you sco us'; we will Kn ih higia
st marUket prli(cO Ior all kinds of couintry produce, sutch as Coru, Whoab (on, Ucae~
Otur stock of F~ortilzers will be com >lete, pueh i flglh'ao Gu:,i'o's, Acid
'hospjhate, WVheat Grower, Lime, etc. ''hi Nuol of Fortilizersis especialy3 adadted
>the growth of small grain, and y.Au wil (do well to get our prices h~ore you buy
our fall goods. nm.ur ve truly,