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The People's Journal.
Corrected Weekly by tio lleiath, Bruce,
Strict good mhn Id .., .. ........ ....... 8%Y
Strict middling. . . .8 1.8
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T .og. ... ...7 1.2
8ta n.. .......... ... 6 1-2 to 7 1-2
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Local and Personal.
-Tho disprusqry is a fruitful soulrC
of litigation in the criminal court.
-Alply at Mrs. Flora Lathom's for
board. 'ernis roasonablo.
-N. B. Crey of Wadliallai and Geo.
E. Princo of Anderson, aro visiting law
yors at court this week.
-Only on homicido in Pickens
county this year i an improvement for
which to fool gratcful.
--Whiskey, pistols anid hot suppers
Wing moro peoplo to sorrow tlhan all
other evils prevalent.
-Good crowds attended coirt this
week but farn work has been progre ss
-Rov. W. C. Seaborn filled his iegu
lir aippaitment at Praters last Sunday f
pIeaching to a large Cong lrega tion.
E-.-Jesso C. Palmer has gone to Union
to acerp it a 'posiltion ats t-ypo. Wo v wish
him iuichi 'ICCess.t
-Dr. W. F. Aust iii will bo in) EaRlov
Tuesdiay xevnieg and W1ednesday 26th
and 27th insimut.
Advertiing is the meals by whiebl
iehnllits114 and ofher people having ar
ticles for sale reahel tle peopilt'.
-Lj. 0. Maulin who has been attend.
ing "a meical college in Atlanta is at
home on v1acat1011.
-See advertisement of local mer
chants. They aro ill) to date prepared
to supply you withIi allytlinig yol niee'd.
-Mess. B. A. Morgia, T. A. 3MeCul
louigh and U. M,%. Siman of (reenville,
are aimong the visiting lawyers hero this
-Wylie Ropor, residiig ahonti two
miles east. of Pickei lost his infiant son
last Friday ami14 the fiinerl was 1held at
Bethllehe'1m tile fiposwing daiy.
-At this seasoni very hing is impellO
towards revival. Tho miiday selols
shouhliil ot,)1 1) Ickward ill this liniver
--Dr. A. .T. S. Thomas filled his re
gular appoi nt men1t, nt the 11pti:4 elinireh
last 8undaiy. Ifis failfil sevi-o :At this
church is appreciated by all d'enomil
-With tel e0ep it ion of disptiiearmV
violations, the records of eouIrt this wrek
shows an iimproveient in the conduet of
Pickens couity people.
-Tt. the vo:ln men of Piekens got 1
together and' orgaizo. a "Youniig M ens
Christ ion Associatlon" '. It will imeet
w1ith entloreimeni ani1 ein~ragelnent
from every sou re".
-We are not able to give the out
como of calseS tgal at this termi of court
futhier than appo irs in the general report
of court procedings. We hmopo to) give
more defienito dehtil ii ext issue.
-A geood timi' is reported by those
who attended the Mahhath afternoon
singing at 1W thlehemi schioolhonso last
Miabbathi. ThoIirc wvas a goodly crowd in
attendamnce and( the singing wasceclleint.I
-D)on't fail to read Tfeath, Bruce.(
Morrow's new ad1 this week' as their
spring opening of millinery wvill interest
yon It will pay you to be present at
Ibhis grand opening wIch takes place
--Fire was discovered on the roof of
the county jail last Friday, hut work
men wh'lo were building ain adldit ion to the
Schirifi's residence, d1isovero I the bilame
and( extiniguishecd it before se'riouis diami
ago was (done.
--Married on Thursday, Mnrch M4th.
1901, th1e Rev. 1D. T. Hiiyes oificiating at
hlis residence niear~ Faiirview chn reb, O (co
nec collmty', Mr. Ji. R. Bell of Oeonee
county to Miss Eva Watson (if Oeaia,
la. We wish t his young couple imuch01
happineso on their journey Ithrough life.
-The protractedl meietin~g will begin at
ihe Melthodist limrieh on Satuirday ovenl
ing hoefore thle fifthi Snnday iln March.
Let manyl1~ nnd( impijortunalto prYayers an.
condIC to tlio Throne of Ilimi who said,
"'Men oughit alwvays to praiy and not to
fainit,"' for a revival (if old time [religion,
and( believe (God for it.
-The Liberty 'T'ownshuip Minaging as
sociation will meet withI Enion lBapt is.
chunrlcio the fouithi SHabhalbI in this
mionithl (Marchl) at 10 o'clo ck a. mi. Wio
want al1 loiver oif inusic to h)Ii preent
with their books 'and well Iill~ed bamskets.
M. P. Rogers,
tastes of t hose poplar~~i and1 enterprisiing
merchants, (ho 1101ath1, Ernece, Morrow
company, the large show winidoiws of
their establ ishiment are at tractively diw
laiyed and present a pleasinig spr)etacle?.
Especially does thle elaborn to displa~y of
gent's furnishings attract the attentioni
of thiose wVhoC pass by.
-Th'li city Coilnmcil is putt ing ou1t some0
stronig efforts towardl thle improvemeuit
of a number of our thioroughfa ros.
E'ast ,Johnison st reet is being worked out
and pult ini e'xcelt coniditioni for t~ravel.
That pairt of the street has for two) or
three years bleeni pract ically thrown away,
antd has niot been uised to a greait extent
by vehicles of any kind.
A call is hereby miade iuponl the youn g
men oIf P ickenis to) meet at, a place, here
after to) be specifiecd, on tuno(irst Sunday
-nfternoonm in Apriil alt :3 o'clock for thei~
purposei5 of orgiin a~il "Y 'ounig Meni's
Christion Associatioil". rt, i the hope
of -the prtomtrsht all(in youn't i g mieni anid
(everyblody w~hio feels an1 interelt iln souch
ani origaizat ioni will bo presenit. Mor~ (
specitic data wilt be duly giveni. td.1
' . -f Wal
halla. T1he groomi is a woem iknown younmg
minister ail farmer. Tile bride is a :
dlauighter of Mr. and Mrs. L1 (Good of I
near Walh~alla, amid is a younig lady oif
lovable traits of character. We join a'
host of friends in wishiing this youn gI
couple a long amnd happy life.-Kowco
Another cold snap has visited us
>ut we "don't nind the weather so
Jhe wind dolt blow.''
Mr- Earlo Day had the misfor
une on the 10th instant to hove
iis barn btirned with aboot 1,000
)indles of fodder also his crib with
Ohout 20 bushels of corn. Had it
1ot. been for tho valiant work of the
loighbors his hous would have
ined aitlso. The fire originated
n the back end and is supposed to
inve been of incindiary origin.
Mr. J. B. Mauldin is opening a
Iew road through his plantation
mar the 1-folcombe old mill. This
:haige has long been nooded.
HVlnstle and plow, and milk the
cow is our trade of late
lut wo are going fishing one of
hese days if we cnn find the bait.
Me don't know that we'll catch
lut we know wo're going to try,
Ye think it wculd be a delightful
idost equal to cicleen pio.
The turtledove has commenced
iis cooing and wooing. its a sign
>f tho coming of spring.
FROM CROW CREEK.
The health of this section is good
XCr it colds.
Peoplo aro well up with their
arm work an( in good spirits,
hough last year's crop was rather
bort. It would be a good thing
or the farmers to leavo off half
I' cottoiu crop they are intending
o plant, make inore corn, forage
Though rather late in reporting
t, I wish to say that onl the first
smuilhay in October last a meeting
>f eight doys was commenced at
3ig Eastatoe conducted by C.
loring and M, C. Winchester, re
uH ing in tho accession of sixteen
nemb-rs. A church was organ
zed on Saturday beforo the first
lay in December with Pcke s
tansell and Chastain Stewi rt as
leacois and Captain William
stewart clerk, Re. C. Boring, sup
dy. ThoJi namo of the church is
1Castatoc. Meeting days first Sat
iday and1(1 Su1ndflly in 01eh month.
iist much good will be acconh
>ilied Im this section. Will say
- the Journal readei s as its col.
uiu1s are open for roligious dis
'ulsion that perhaps m'ore good
on lI done by writing imoro On
oliigious subjects instoad of devot.
ng s-, imuchi space to politics. Let
is make this a year of work, trust
Mr. Javann Foster died yestar
(ordaby the 141h11. instant at his home
n this section, he died from somie
nillaimat ion resulting from a sore
In tihe shouldeir. 11is remains wore
iuterredl on the lol lowing dlay at
hady GArove church of which ho
v'as a consistent membe1l~r. He
eaves a wife and two c:hildren and
Shost of relatives and frienids t~o
noeurn his death.
Twov( childlron of J1. S. Williams,
st. Jamies, Mo., are paying a visit
o this coun ty ; they seem greatly
>loased with the old home saate.
)ur farmers are well up with their
v'ork at this time, I dlon't think
hev were over so far advanced.
d ost of thomn are ready to plaiit,
Your cmriesponident has just ro
inrned from a t rip to Florence
.0o11t y whi o ho found a nico ci ty,
liee peolo~~ and1 a good colutry,
m j oyi ng the trip, but I dIi dn't see
my wheat1 like is to be founid hore.
12he y givo mucho at tention to to
mecco. We have had plenty of rain
or w hieat and oats, and1 our peo
110 are plowinlg ahead.
Mr. Hen'iry Williams has been
ery sick for some time, but. is bot
er' todlay, he is 93 years old and
~an still ride abont.
T.hlei has been much g rip in
las 15ection, bu11t aill are better.,
I wish "The Journal"' the great
~st success mi the future.
)EATII OF MR. WV. W. GOOD)
Mr. W~m. WV. Goodman died
darch 2d, aflter a short illness from
;rip. In the (loath of Mr. Good
nan SouthI Carolina not only loess
meI of her best citizens, but also
mio (of hecr oldoet landmarks, lie
i'as in the 79th year of his age,
mud the greater portion of his life
vas spent ini this State. Mr'. Good
nian was a descendant (of John
.oodmaniui, of historical moneition,
no( of' the P'ilgraim Fathers whlo
a mo t~o th is coun try in the ''May
lohwer'," and landled on Ply.
noiith Rock, ini the State of Mas
:achutsetts. lie was horn at South
I1 dley, Mass., May 19th, 1822.
t. an early age he caime to South
Jarolin~a, aind has sinice made his
iomei( hore. lie ineeds no moiiu
ent of inarble ; ho has loft a good
samo, wIch is immortal. Ho w a.
mf affoctioniiate Iihusband, an i ndu
~eint an d loving lather, a true friend.
Iis ashes rest at Old Stono church,
toar Clemson College. H-T loave
widow and several children, to
vhoim is extend~ed thle sympathy of
nainy friends.-Keowee Courio~r.
Like Oliveir Twist, children ask
C'o mioro whelin givein Onoe M iinuto
loughi Curiie. Mothers endorse it
ilihly for croup). .1 iickly cures
il 'lughls 1and( colds5 and every
br ioa t 1and( lung tiroublle:- It is a
*Ie('i lic for gippe and0 authlma and
as long been0 a well kmjown reo-o
ly for wooping coukb.---G. WV.
-Patrons of The Journal aro
respectfully notified that T. J. Mc
Donald, foreman, and T. J, Maul.
diii only are authorizod to receipt
for the paper for business bogin
ning January 1, 1901.
The stomach controls the situa
tion. Those who are hearty and
strong are those who can eat and
digest plenty of food. Kodol I)ys
pepsia Cure digests what you eat
allows you to eat all the good food
you want. If you suffor froim in
digestion, heartburn, Ijolcin g or
any other stomach troul)le, this
preparation can't help but do you
good. The most sensative stomach
can take it.-G. V. Earle.
SIX MILE 1OTs.
I will ondeavor to give you a few
dots from Six Mile. Tho health of
our community is botter than for
Some of our farmers are plait.
ing corn and all are nearly ready
Tho people of this section Oxpet
to organize a Sunday school at (he
church on the fcourth Sunday in
March. May the gidance ofrthe
Holy Spirit, direct the people in
this undertaking. The writor had
the pleasure of visiting Ptor's
Creek church last Sabbath and en
joying the benefits of one of the
most impressivo sermoins leard in
many days from tho pastor, from
the text Job 2nd claptor and 2nd
verse; it was a spirituaL otast to
God's children. Oh! if we as
God's professed followers would
watch every opportu n it y for
good and strike against the very
appearance of evil, we would have
glorious times. If we Is professed
followesrs of Josus would kep our
selves unspotted from tle world,
God would use us won(olrfully in
HIs cause ; if we would lik e close
enou'gh to Him and so do our duty
that the world would see the light
of God in our daily, life our blossed
Saviour would use His 1)001)10 to
the pulling dawn of Sat an's king
doin. In our weakness G l is our
strength. Let us walk after the
Spirit an(d niot, after the sinfl fileslh
serve our Saviour lcaum it, is a
pleasure. E. G.
Tliere will he a un ion meet ing at
Hlolly Springs chirch, beginning
at 10 o'clock on Saturday morn -
ing before the fifth Sunday in
March. Following questions will
Is prayer nnswered? Tf not, why?
If answere-1, wV'hy? Opened by Rev.
J. T. L is.
WvThat i3 the most appropliate
and successful menIs for sem ig
a revival of rel igiol? O pd hv
R ev. J1. E . Foster.
TJhie m issionamry nerm on will be
preached b'y Rev. J1. E Foster.
NOTICE TO TEACHIERS AND
Teachers and Trustees are re..
quested to read and comply with
the circular letter of St ate Super
iendon t. It will preven t hard
thoughts andl~ perhaps indeill r
standings. We are required to
enforce the law.
"To County Suparint endetts of
Education: I dlesire to call your
attention to the importance (If
having the data for y'our A niual
Report. I wish all the repor ts (ihis
year to bo in by the middle of .Julv
so that. I cani lIieve my re port print~.
ed in the Fall. TIhe (data you need(
for this report t.shiould be con ta ined
in the teachers' registers and truis
tee record, whliichi shlI beoI handled
to you as soon as the schools are
closed1. It is necessa ry t ha t you
strictly en force the proper keepingi
of thos~o hooks, and have them
promptly turned over- to you. Pleasoe
consult my Ri eport for last yen r~ to
see the dlata that will bo expeOled(
of you. You will find many dilli
cul ties whlen you come to mak
out the report unless you lb'gini col
leoting every item now. The same1
blanlkt will be sant thIis vcar- as
were sent you last year.
Very' t ruly yours,
Johni J1. McMahaen,
State Supt. Edlucation.
March 2, If01.
IN LOVING MEMORY
Of Blanche Bivings. Dedicat- d t~o
Deaith's noagel Cane ini he avenlys g ie,
And withI gent he tonehi sceld thle eyer
That1 were already (closed ini sleep-.
The eyes that ne vermore shi ill wee'p.
TIo a glad reunion frionds liiid (come)
Againi to b rightonel a haip py hom ue,
And :s the parlinig hour drew iear
Tlo b~lidiadieui with fvlling tear
IHer spirit wals (illled froii eaithI to
Alasl for t hose now in flint home
WVhere thi lovoeI ('le never mnoie shall
Like a sunbiieam chiusing gloom away
Or with music sweet to cheer tihe dav.
But remombohr she hanth gonoi np h11 igh-.
Her lmarpst rings tunied for angel choir;
Thoi talents all by the M la.tor given,
Tmproved on earith, plerfect ini heaven.
Th'ie thiughtI shioul .1 soften grief I amsi
Thei( wvelcomie of those who liad gone
Theli happ~y mieet ing thle glad uinrpr'iie,
Wh len shie aw-' 't in Pannhs le.
For na th li N.. Yeir dawned ini gloom
O'orshaduowedl by3t the clId dark to1mb ;
For hier it beiamed withI rient l 41igh t
In that hanutions land t hat know no11
Mu1s( Maniy 1[. Crv*r> .
Greenville, S. (5., Jan. '251 Ii 1901.
What christina nationi was tirst,
to rise ini its might i'gniit t ho
prevailing ovil-wh iskey ?- Carrie
For tho weakness and prostra.
tion following grippo thero8 is noth.
ing so lrompt and effectivo as Onc
Mtinuite Cough Cure. This prepar'a.
tion is highly endorsed as an iun
failing remedy for alt throat and
lItig troubI iles and Its early use pre.
VenIts con suiu ptioll. It, was ila"Ie
to eutro quickly.--G. V. Ea rlIo.
SroC KIIOD,1) MI ' NG.
Notico is lrbl3y pivon that. a
specil illeoting of tho stockhold
urs of the Eaisily Bank will be
hold ill Ofhc( of baunk il 10 a. ill.
Apr. Ii I or t ho purposo of cons i Iler.
ing tho advisability of illcreasing
the ca)pital stock froiii 8,),000 to
$50,000. By order of the Board of
W. C. m-,
inch. 7-apr. 7. Sec.
-A protrcted lietlinlg will bo
gill itn the Ilethodist churcll at
Picketnts on SatIrday night before
the fifth Sunday ill Alar tbl. Thu
lev. S. Ml. ,Jones will assist ill the
lieoting. Levt th prayers of all
Clhristians attond this anno
mont. Tho me.tinug will probably
Coltilille (ltrilng the tIro week.
Mr. Jones is a onvlvErted isaelitc
who 11.18 a regular aippointmt llI.Onl
thle TPowneville cirIculit. This is
1ot the IIted evangol(t S. 1'. Jtnel
but S. Al. Jones of South Carolina.
A CA IlD OF T;IIANRS.
W ill the l itor iitlly allow tme
Space to expr pt mv thiliks to 111
friedsi adil elighbors who so kini
ly alssis tedl III! duringti thle butringl
of, lmly harn ' andti crlb. 110.Iewtfully
C. E. DaY,
-Fiesh ban ianas, coconult, Or
)r-es,1eniins, aild both 11ortheorn
alld illollitaill apples ;t M rs. Cu.
'e to i's.
'ihel li g rig Cougll following
grippe calls for One I inute Conugl
Curo. For all tront ,nd Illn
troubles ltis is the only haan-s
rneythat giv(. limiediato rot-nlt
ttes, Onl-.0ilillit olJ iI~ sets~ at
Cid otIreto 's.
ThlwoIn ) ifa S-:InId I Lei rles
anLt tIlts uIk De'Witt's L ittl
il arly lI I s I he In o)t 1 pp ular lit.
)le pils whrevI r they a!e Inow1.
Thewy are siminpl p ,fc Or liv,.
a dhowe-l tr->ule --G \\. IEare,
Ili-,( ha It get (th original 1)o.
Witt's Witch Ilazol S.Ialvo wheni you
ak for it. T " rll]] Ino s a cer
tainl eure*( for pih't, .oreai an1d sk in1
disass. . WV. --ar1le.
(CA L L
A11(I See I'ggi
1A11 THE BEST VARIETIES
LIGH~T R AKL i
- - A'E m ~n F(ou
-' padeti's Sh vt Is and Forkn
-'--Youi to have. (lir hotuse
-Ae Pull of lilart.tins an1
To see ouk.. .
FURBNITORE AN~D ST'OVES
Onie ('ari ilal of l5. 1[!tur I ha
Ct can heinad4 (:ut of Wheba!.
W . 7 . * 'j - aRi
S. B. MANN
A Warm Winter
Is not a good timo to sell
heavy shoes a-ind i heivy dry
goods. Mly pricos Onihav
Shoets, Jeans, FlInntitel Out
ings, Worsted and hleavy
Dress Goods of all kinds
1o1. the Itext 030 (ays will
be So hot they will have to
Movo Out. Then you will
P'low Stocks, Singletrees,
amnd all kind s of plow goods
Bottor get Imly pricos ho
f'ore you luy elsewhere.
In a few (lays you will
wattt Gardent Seetis. Early
Corn Irili 'otatoes, etc.
I have bought, the vetry
best for planting- Re
Inotinher. that I ell
lf al kinuls, :,Md dlal inl
till kinls of \l ill anal Shin
gle Alill Supplies. Conio
l'iekenIs, S. C
S''I omio 'Pho i No. -1.
fe b22t t'
Wo knlow youl wanlt ulp-to-date
I late, Dress 'I *(Ods a1n1d T1iinigs
You vill finld the very latev stylb-F
tit (.Ilr store.
We Can sell You a1 prlly ht
'.n1l match1 it. inl Dress G'oois :111d
Triming"s for less moIney tluii
You canl buy it, anywher. O(
Stock*i comiplete with all tn lt hlest
gootds of)[ th on~n anld dress"
goods ol' every kinid in all colors,
at prices that. wvill telipt you to hy
wlin you Sec theiml.
Wo carry a filll line of -Stip1
Goods itt t(e lowest. market priCle.
Full hi1e of Children and Misses
Reelers aind .lackets.
1,11urs a Collart!s from $1 .(0
We will save you froam 10 to 2C
per cont. onl your p1lichas4's.
ou ea't, lfor(d tq ) b' lefort
Set in: orl Stock .
Misses Rog-cs & Co.
110-112, North Alain fstreet,
G R. Elc N V1 I L l , ) S. C
S u m mons.
ST'ATIE 0l" SOI'Til (A ISOIANA,
(''nn1 y of l4 'i41kens.
( 414!('onti ofConn io I 'lens,
Tl.he14oph- ., h4u1k 4of
l'Iinii ll' "41I1(44 .4 I
11. T. .tlhn-4on :iinl (ijIti~ 1't
I. l.ii 1h i
Yol4liu n i; en-by \onu one. ain:, ret4piir
<4llf \ lj ll(a't4 14 4XIlereit 4 il l veil l 4l
- n,-I na~in i it lv :t copy~ ofi 14or ans'w4
i.' (114 ihe ai I n ipait 14n1 i I14: he lubscriber
serv11.4ic heef. xen ie o 11441 14. I i .'i <ay e.I*4
144; ll' 41' i444'; ;ii- l l4 fl'l 1111l lo :l4w.
144o 4,ol1upla1it wiin - thes 'ia- afri d
1h4 lcolir: for rli ch:, i n 1ht-in in th.11
colopii u .44 Iat 4l1Sepi. 141 .\. 1->.1 44)
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s . c I'h4aint if \l' ' .
T Cte litnhaio Nhoti nce.
Io v.1 1 e Nut .t1n th Icase was I'11
toI ii - I l1' - a 4 r 4 a t s''li \'
0 h14 4 tit <lv f Sep n. ;nioi~l :b i h
:414 OI4i : :i l ' f l' - '11 .\ IS. t '4 i fl
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Febl~i. 1 441?G 14:'S.I 41
liv .li. 4: 114' .\'..whery 4~ llinire , l'rol-n'1
\illi In aieii it to ni44 ' lo4I1 I grt I ilo,;t
Is :ni 4reitr- of tl he( 1)hl A. ii.ll 14n-2'
Dienge~ts hey-at yo peatb.b
atIl'iL felt.,: (r SitSw t .l ( '.. a~ o n h
Npre, If nit1 st'clog.ckin the fo1(1reo
g.h 1 t~w, If n ther 1ha0Ve,'~ wh Igh
nutd anitnitrato hothle notrh.-anu~l
<;ve t uttny ~ve ne pciand tmlicth
DYBthPday o .\des10on, i tEo12'
all- ofor -slsof I nrect. CSIi
Prt'VO( .nt I 1 .rg . RIo1t1, ewhery ,
4 Pepa e~ byE. DeITT& .. P.htc. (c
ANOTHER BIG SHIPMENT
Battle - Axe - Shoes
'hey are the Shoes that Wear and give Satisfaction.
E VERY PAIR GUARANTEED.
See Our 'Julia Marlow" Shoe for Ladies, $3.00
W nve .nNlne hm-gains to offer in ,114ANS, FILANNELS, AND
OI'l N G. h''liis is ;Ilwas the place to hu.y Clothing and Extra parts
for inei aid boys.
ilig lot Owlour Corn, Corn Meal; Ibir nre. Ilardware, Saddles, Bri
dies.AN IllNU---lVVI V 'i i N(-with pries right.
FOLCER & THORNLEY,
P ICK I-:NS, South Carolina.
ee a7&t tm ing Read y
S It:, I <!> t h, I ust mor lots of Winte -
(i St 1i I.; I . i, .- Illh m t i es Ilu t be
ALL Blankets and Quilts to go at actual cost.
All Flannels have boon reduced 25 per cent.
Heavy fleeced Underwear that we soid at 50c a gar
ment Is now offered at 3c.
Lq a in C.>, GZ4.
.\ great recinetio is been nele on a l heavy shoes. The bar
gainus I ofer ar e l rihy yurI n1entin. Ca( maIn see them and if
they dhnt, suit, ilo d1n', Ihav l) h)Uy IlIIte .
A. K. PARK,
West E-:nd, Greenville, S. C.
\ . 11r \\' IE. Wlul'r.
Wo ha lleall kinlds ()I Alarbh- amd ( rnito known to the trade
an1d imc m111v no eb thrst 11.1-; wor-kinlen to flhush the wVork.
I1 .v n \ acIl II vIun inl mr io' a11 * a.1 vard to ouir adldress will
br in a u witi Ii. n'v t i -s tq v11m . We buy in car
loIts .11 a l "I\( (n he h we- ri .
M N I.'l'N C lN G . _'(' ll
V H ITE <? CO..
A NI L W )N. S) 'il CA. lO1bNA.
Ap il V"1stM )
We 'will add to our' It>o~talsmn a First
Class Millinciry Dkpatmcat unctor Supervision of Miss
'~T)1rbtt , of Railimore , ;vho liais bid fivo years' exporionce
-and is thorow lyi competW nlt.
LADgES?, why niot have your hats made In
the latest fashion when you can have it done at
tabout the samO cost? We will also carry a corn
rplete line of Ready Trimmend Mats at prices that
cannot be duplicatedi.
Dry\) Goodll Shoes OlIothinxg I
b e Ibir r..i :iul mn - compll d i~ han II n-rti. .\lt our I )epartn ~ients are comn.
111 t~1 JIMoi OI ii
pl t 'Iardwarleut i '. \\(mn in ERI8 t~pe n t ofI a l khi , uch asret Disu
II"I-rows ,e Iws C ms, ,: (llay !?'ac, oe s tc. IitiIC
I lo>I f youv :n-'e in n b-d \'go' o linggykijt ine s befoe o bu
1~~~ EN N.'
.iot r- t h t i Sta e ns c our tk Iuut ge u
The w lath, ru ce, aoow oF
Cl,-,,.;.j Tdlie y at c: 4' cci (50riso of 19Rs.
W UU~d/ f@ BSNES
LA E why- myen :sok ofv ( or mrhtsmde tfIrs
cost. The kite !. eTRsl l-)y(bos.Pe E os MAro
teri: l ues, las, I O n ( a c S to ytu c h veit dFuroniret
abow t, o stO c s t" f til t ai ns carry a g r
mlerchaie oRe.d N o ingrm eed :at alt goicsnding
ca no be . dupti it'uutea icrt,,$3a
Diir A coilTIS, STRE W BE SOlowng IAS
AR 1N TI-E F1R A P VE PAPEd. 01 e s for 1 1 O rf"
trae tey ,:,e rvenme nd opethe w1-illte advanStageil
r- 1rie and1 111e
1- c (.rtII waci L\.nbIr ofv bhe
-is , ( ol notilyo n a t ;*. lea t m ene mr tv~ n~ e
nuiy~)I bow Phrinbcydrsd
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