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M ARKE Il EPORt'.
Correef-d weekly by the Heath, Bruce
M orro
PRODUCE.
.7 7.8 to 8
. .121-2
C .20 to 25
F............. 10 to 15
Bultt, ........................ 12
Mos. . 20
-See to . lot for sale.
--Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley
Oct. 16 and 1.
-mra. mud Duncai of the Six Amile sc
tion is reported very sick.
---Watei Tiu JOuINAL for Craig Broth
era new al. which will appear 8oon.
-Owing to Ito arrival some intoresting i
communications are left out this week.
-There are some valuable tracts of land
advertised in this issue for Nov ember sale.
--Monday being aleday a good crowd
was on the streets. No public sales were I
imiade.
--LInst-a good fountain peln. Finder
please leave at 'Tr JIiomNA. ollice and get t
reward.
-The commercial men are getting in '
good time now along with other industri
ous workers.
--iuiiness in general is picking up. The
favorable weather gives oncouragemleat to
trade and industry.
-Don't fail to read all our advortiso- i
ments. You wIll Iperhaps learn something a
that you don't know now.
-The County Board of Control met in
regular session Monday and att ended tolthe
usual routine of busitess,
-Court convenes at Pickous on October
21st, instead of 28th as the impressiou 9
seems to have gone abroad.
-Auditor E. Foster Keith has been con
fined to his house with grip for the past
few days. Ile is improving.
-New names are being enrolled on our (
subscription book daily. People know a I
a good thing when they see It, 1
-The indications now are that the town J
of Piclens will lead the vani as a cotton J
market of the county this season. (
-Frank Sheriff, son of Exodus Sheriff,
is very sick at his father's home near Eas
Ivy, Ile is attended by Dr. Gillilani.
--Read the market reports and jud(14e as
to whether Pickens pays the top o the I
market for cotton and country rioduce. I
-An infant of James Cmtrltell, five C
montlis 0hi, died, lit hIs home about three
miles below Pickens, Sunday and was bur
led at Tabor Monday. t
-The horse swappers' convention mot
in Pickens Monday pursuant to notice.
This organiztttoi promises to attract atten
tion as the leisure season approaches.
-TheI Pickens Y. Mt. C. A., met in the
Methodist church Sunday afternoon and fol.
lowed the usual liirograi. An attractive
program is announced for next Sunday and
everybody is invited.
-The Liberty correspondent to the Co
lumbia State says the Liberty bank is com
pleted and is now ready for business with
ir. J. Carter, President, anl ii. C. Shir- s
ley, Cashier.
-If our people are wise, tiey will begin '
early to arrange for good wheat crops next I
year. With the hnd thoroughly prepared
lld planted, this crop is made so far as the N
farmer is concerned.
-The Board of County Commissioners
want to buy about 600 bushels of corn and i
5000 bundles of fodder at once. Apply to
L. D. Stephens, Superyisor, at his h onme,
Rlehnond, 8. C., or at the court house.
-- -.tistrates ini sentencing parties
to s m"ain gang are regnested to
ser' ". chain gang instead I
L'f 'he instructions 1
or .issioners.
-Thle is rerly confer
ence for icikts .he3 year 19011
will be held at the i . aiurch, Friday,
Oct 25th, The Presiding icfr will preach
in the miorning and immnediately thereafter,
conferenicc will be held.
--Dr. R1. Kiiksey met with a painful ac
cident last week. His horse became un
mianaigeable and, ini the run-a-way, lie was
imjured on the breasi and legs. lhe injur
ies will not priove serious andl after a few
days enforced quiet lie wvill be able to see
bis patients.
--The Methodist church at Pickens will
be compiletedl by the end of this week if no
hiindirances occuri and the last Quarterly
conference of the y'ear will he held therein.
Tihe Metnodists are helping Pastoir Dagnall
who will make an encouraging report at
the annual conference.
-Thme town election at Central on the
yairlous questions subminitted, resulted as
follows: 1. Ciorpor'ation, yes, 23 votes.
2. Name of towvn, Central, yes, 23 votes.
1t. (1. Gaines was elected imtendenit andi
Messr's L. 11. Eaton, C. 13. Smiithi E. B.
Stepens and1 J. C. Broek, Wardens. The
town is now oflcered b~y a vigorous body of
business men who will look to her best
interests.
-A. K. Park, Grecenville's Wecst End
merchant, comies before our readlers this
-week in line shape. ie has recently been
In the Northern markets and mnadle large
purehases, andl is better prepared than ever'
1befoire to supply ouri people with a choice
lot of goods that will do your heart goodl
to look at and make your pocket-book resy
ealsy ait the thought of being emptied lhk
high p~ri(cs on goodis. (Call on Mr'. Part
wh'len in Grieenville. ie is in WVest End.
-Tlwo wasndei ing mninalirels (man and
womanli) r'egaledl a much mixed audience
on our at reets last Saturday with a few
anitiquated "'rag-time"' melidies, the ac
companimenit belig a banjo in the hands
of the man. No hat was paasedl by the
performers'r, nor wvas a vial of the "'chemi.
cally puri'' offered toy the audience to theni
as an~ ahpreitin of their efforts at mullsic,
although that invigorating elixIr w~as considl
erably in evidence through the crowdl of
hearers.
--Smith & Bristowv, that popular Green
ville firm otf clothiers and gents' furmushers,
pay thirlr respects to Lthe ro ider's of Tl'im
,J4)linNA l. this week and invite all to come
and1( see them. This flrmn is too well known
for us to commiienit on iuch, suillicc it
to say that all goods bought of theum can
lie dlependedi on to be exactly as represent.
ed1 and as low as the lowest, always con-.
siderimr the quality. They dion't handle
"shoddy" goodhs. (Jive thiem a call. You
will be dealt with right. They are now in
the Babb building on North Main street.
-Th'le annual meeting of the Old1 tone
church and cemetery association was held
in the church Friday 4th inst. It was fair.
Jy well attended andi the regular business
vias transactedl. Maj. J. J. Lcwls was
reelected President, H . P. Sltton Treasurer
and( .D)r. R. N. Brackett, Secretary. A
movement was inaulguriatedi to raise an
endowment fund of. $t,000.00 for
preserving the grounds A considerable
outlay has already been male In the con
struction of a sto wall measuring 1200
running feet, encfosing the cemetery, at a
cost of $540.00 the greater part of whIch
has been pai. The wall is a substantial
attractIve pilece of masonry and will prove
a permanent improvement. Trhe g rounds
nave beon cleaned up and this historIc
p lace has beon made to look attractive and
auylting, It is a treat to visit the 01 0;ono
Uhuroh- thore is so mIuo'.1 of history con.
11. U. 1iiagoou SPelit bilutay in Oneu.
ville.
C. L. Cauble of the Southern fly visited
In Easley Suniday.
Alr. and Mrs. T. T. H arris and Ailrs. it.
Shore s)Clt Sunday in Libirty.
1. F. Shore spent Sunday in u111la oi.,
visiting relatives there.
Aliss Vainle payne of irushy Creek visit
ad at the home of B. C. JohInsonl Sunday.
C. R. Parsons of Lihertv is relievitgl .
10. S11or the Soitherns agent, for a few
days.
Sl1nal IIigrins of the C. & W. C. Ily.,
s visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. A.
Ii gginis.
irs. 1lobilson ad AIl iss 'arsons, Lier
y. were guests of lesdaies Shore in)d
larris last week.
Mir. andl Mrs. MiIIna Siith of Ga , spent .
while in town Sn'.udnay, on tlhir way to
'isit relatives at and neal liardine, S. C.
Mliss iar1y it ihinsm lef['t last week for
reenville, wih-re she will enter, that pop.
lal scliool for ladies, the (reenville Pe
11ale College.
Th'le Amnerican Telepho11n and 'lTlegraph i
:1onmay are nowm putting in ani ollice in
he .ag od Buildn, Y1 111can no)w iil th
Ulttat, Charlotte ani mlil dishut points,
'ver their ma11lgliiclit line of wires. 1)
V. It. Iallard ald I"tiuiiy of Lavoaill, ilt
;a. have Imoved into the ElIfis CU:tta;e on
ludsoni St. Mir. llald wits i former
vell-knlown businless malm of' CailnpobellIo
i. C. p1evlious to his redsidence ill IAllvoIl
k . I to and hI IIis famIiIily are t rul *y acceptable
Cleiisitions to the social amt ibhuiness lire
f Easley.
JURY LIST.
'I'he follow i'ig is i lid of' tie jurymen
Oveltly drawn for the October turi of
Ourt to be holdell eIInileneting the 21t
ist .Judge 1). A. Townsemi will I-reside:
liltonl L, llamiltonl, Lawrence 1'. Ellisonl,
. A. Itakgdah', (,. 11. Looper, 01
ohn A. Gary. A. Joseph Bi oggs,
V. W. Ford. Floydil (. Mattison,
1. M. l110h, A. 11. Lesley,
V. Ai. hester, liohert Mlosely, Nl
ames Gai-rit, .1, C. Stewat' , 18
01111 E. Singleton, Jhues tcKee, wil
. I ayn:, Itobt. L,. Plerry-, 11hi
N. .60 ll icsil, .Jlamei N L.igoni, A n
Ingh flevis, 1). M. ahhiitilin, Sh
olm1 P), 811mith, J. W. Collllly, fee
1i. .Fergsloll, H. M. O-ir1l lu, he
. B. fiax w. 1). Stephenls, 'ral
41. Neely, 1. F. leihld, Tal
L. I clldersn, I Leo (illespil, rat
1111 F. liarris, W. It. Allgood, alI
. N. Durham, J. W. Earle.
The Twelve Alille Itiver Blaptist Associa.
(II Iets With Grin hu (rh111111 this 'T'lIin-s
y, 10th ilns., all oitim thLi)glh Salt. ful
rdiy. lRegilar services will be oiserved Va
tiuday. YV:
PEitSONA I,. Init
cil
D)r. II. F. Smith land family spent Sun- Br
ay3 inl Pickenls. ley
George Lantheli of tie Mlt Carlil section
m-s here Monday.
W. A. Gilreath, of Greenvi:le spent Sun.
ly here with his mother. ph
Solicitor Julitus E. Boggs is reported not k f
N well during the first of thik week. 'ic
Mrs. 11. F. Robertson spent a few days %yj
7ith her father's family last week ait Col- lia
itta. is
'Mrs. A. Johm Bogrgs and children ar0 Do
isiting relatives and friends ill and around .4 Se
'ickens. pa
J. W. Mlorris of Iartwell, (la., brother iS4
f our township, A. )L. Morris. slent Su]. ki
ay here. tis
Mi1ss Olive Newton left Wedlnesdaiy for E
tuck Hill to 1esume1t her duities in Win-.
Lirop) Co lege.
J. Frank Jenmngsi~1, A. II. McCord and.
)r. WValter Smaith of Liberty were hlere on l
usineOss M')inday.
Mrs. T1. II. Vauglei, aifter a isit of about11 2
our mionthis to relattives and friends ill Qe
iomei, Witherford, Te(xniS, Wednesday. A
'nis is her first isit to this section iln
hIout t~wenty-Onie years, andi~ she regrets to
ive 11er people1 o far bhiind. i
-School Supertintenaen~lt W. W. F. "r1
3righit su1 staineid serious inljuies Tlues- unt
laly ovoi nig as tile result of a kick from ne
fractious horse. On1e rib was dislocat- tni
d and Mr. Bright sullers muchl pain. NI
th'
'ACTS ABOUL' THEl MISSIONARY of
WORK 01" RFV. L. 31. LIDA LI
IN T~IE MOUNTAIN a i
D)ISTRICTS. g
Mrul. Edlitor: I have just elesed anu tl
nigh t dauys inlting ait SaIlm l hurc h illn i
J)cone c3omilty. Tlhe LIord blessed 1us ill
lie me)t1inig, It) joined by exper'1ineO of
~race and1( SIX by letter. 'rho chureb01 wa
rioaitly revived. I hl a week's meet
ng with t ho Uno church011)01 in TVransyl~'
ranuia count ly, N. C., it, was1 a) good meet01
ng; 8 joined by exp)erience of graico and11
by letter and)1 (one by iest' ratioun. I ad
10 hold ai 7 diays 11eet in~g at thle l'l051111t
3rovo chu11rch iln ,1;acknnni( eiioly, N. C.
I joined by exp)1rince anid olne by letter. ,
Plonsant Orove is a church01 of .1 memi
hers, it hasi rece'ived 1 aidl from11 Ile T.1 we'.ve
M~ile aissociation1 fpor he pstl 1'o 18
Vears. Such mon nas Rievs. J. M. Stew- ,I
Ilt, J,. T1. Luwis, T1. F. Nelsoni, and th
3rs have o an11( un) 1tonl amfount ofi good .
tt Pleasant11 (Grovo andl at all of tlbe
Ihurchies ini tile mounllitalin. 1ITe miissin
wvork 1I: beilen ai blessing to thle wvestern
sart of this Associattin. I ha~ve done11
no(st of my)) work in flue western dlivisionl
>f thol.\ss1oeiatio as)1 21 .found1 l lihat to b
hie nieed y held in (oir boun1 ds. I wishi
[ ciiubl halve foundt timo11 to have visited it
ill the (1111rchies ini the( Association bult ~
3(onid1 not don so wil liont lettIing Line woik
0 downlinI the westerni division. I hauve i
IIaken ini onO uew staitin in OioGonee conn11.
Uy whiore wei have ai g4od Sundtaiy school. I
I have organize 1/0(1( Suniday Schools. fr
akeni ill -16 milmbersl and rold $191.0)0 et
rvorthi of Biles andt Tlesthunen1'Itl an d dis- al
iitriued 10,000) pa:ges 1f trac~ts, t raivehld a
I1600 il es, preachedlt 1i27 sermnous and1( 1
made(1 108 rel igiouis visits. I rethrt ib
there is yet iimenh to be done11, imaIiy ilm
portant,1 mrl.t ers1 that need0 theI Qt tention)
of ti1.115missi work. Thoe jaeople iln
thle moun111tains are growinig in hymp)athy
and1( begtinin~ig to) 1(10 the impijortanc0 oIf
t110 great, wo'irk ill wh inh we are engaged.
Let n)8 w~ork tosav theP lost,11 whilo it is a
da~y, foir thlo night omieithi whien ln) manl ci
For Sale!
Desirable Lot in thc Town lb
of Pickens, I am authorized to
sell the Henry Gantt lot con
taihing four acres, and wvill be
glad to flame price to anyone
wishing to buy.
JOHNFERGUSON..
The Fort Haull reser'nation ini Idaho
will be thrown oen to settlement within I
a few weeks and the Qulnanit in \Vash
ington next sprinlg Tlogethor they comn
prise tabout 700,000 ne.os. The oki "soo
ner~ aystem will probably be followed iii.
atend of the lottv nn~ nun,1 in Tnr., .n
?~ ~V
S!'MITH &
Ice. the fire ill *Jtiiie have 1:11(m thle so
Wlie oit ne w al
Clothing, Furr
Hats and Sho(
Of thel, .92iixc grades ke'pt by Its ill lite
'PION, TO, IIER SOLD~i AT A SA( IU
)d dlot liiii atl pi1ces u11111t14 (If l)Cf(41
re 3-ou look 11he beCtter yo1Il I be pheltsed
-SS
-.1. is \(I O v i-I yt-11 3 .., 4)! :ge, NSoje
111 1116gv4'til all hel- ::),tli ;il eivery
il h e l~l tiin Ii, lmstr :i lil ti. l'o
he by 0. l W. 'ng 1>4110.l-ai
lt) v. b'E ir 1 rvc L'V (:OAI,[
S write, -) \lv( 11 1- dirve~ bo hxe (, Ill,
d 'il iI and ilm 44 th li'u ik I ilcItO' frllu
illip b Iut 11 4 ! ;:i IIIi a4 L4: illv ' l-)
Ld tie tlnit i liv t er .11 bo\(g 4 cic f oiIIi
STEI)iii Stolef)ku
WheR1( a cild IV hillil Illy foo LV - I
'fy lostte ILs E4.f s 411(f1 1141 ltI
.%I fowie (jlltito I hl itloui 8Iiefr 31
tiCs rtIlt111 it' letinhel wlvll' Ill]
etle11( after villil else 1)4)ttl.'4
h01'ZI lIlier 'ery 1111'k:1 CM I l CIt.-- e
IIl'l11 and blilos. So~ld by ~( 4 ThYi
'\hl PC1sollS Grillet'C11of Iiilace t'dit
Cl liror, Il1 it1: 4- 1.111 it ll~ i~ t,
L!-tept 24111.- ( 1 u tli b3 , 1eft ltouw lviJill\
tIs or Shle it LIitICloIiit'relief, Illct
ICt .Jacob11lele St1-in ephenlls I
1TY1iCast e t ill AVIUCANSo. t or
mi.d A. io so, of 1:13 vlily, NNoudu
other C ver C(IIllCilOi-k~ab: clsI10t
-ial of Solt Ii A haveo beti whfcted11 1.
ilo 10i. 11)1 21 li IIC O. isIlk s. or e
ownd howver aL a'lc 1111tie frhei
New Goods
New Stand
New Methods
B RISTOW
--romi kn1ownI as' th I abbh luihling ont Main
Ve ha.ve ju'st openied for the Pall and
l complete Stock (Jf
iishing Goods. .
) s . . .
past. We feel bettel prptrited lo serve you
live SEVIiTA, TIlOUSAND DOLLARS
VEI) FIROM TI I EI I E N (001) CON.
'10. Donl't miss is opportunlity Io bu1y
.L.ook aronitd before you con te he rc-the
whenci yon reach uts.
Sold. for Cash.
1jan ( 1M ImN\'11I,. S. C.
J. D. MOORE,
The We-t EId ll1ercht.:
1IA S K1 )O1)
t BARGAINS - IN - CLOTHING,
IN FMA T EVIlY i I NO.
Suits from $2.co up to $T 2.00.
- A nice line of' Pants cheap.
it you Want any Shoes I have
them AT ANY PRIC'.
-I f yOu want Something to Eat,
I have it.
HATS AND CA\PS,
from loc uip.
DRY GOODS AND NO
'lIONS, as cheap as
ANY1301)Y.
Also Shotguns and Shells, also
Axes and Handles, and
lots of Soap, and Ev
erything you
w\'ant.
Come And See Me.
J. D. MOORE.
NOTIICE OF FINAIs 8ETTLE~MENTIS
o I will apply~ toi J1. B Newbery Probate
, JTudge for- Pickensi ew mty on the 1'7th
. ht~y of Oct., next for t 11i! settIlement
.1 wIth my wardi, William Allen and ask to
b1 Dt ismatissed as gua~rdiaL~a Sept., 10th,
1901. W. 31. H-lagood.
t eda in LUMBER
- of all kinds,
is D~ried and D)resed Lumber deliv
e'cd on short notice.
1 Parties wanting Lumber of the
e above kind notify us at least ten
t days beforehand that the lumber
may be thoroughly (dried1.
W. F. HLEND)ICK & BRO.,
'1Tble Miounitain, S. C.
Seed!
In stock; conugh to sow forty acres.
Better sow ai goOdI patch now.
FRUIT JARS
AND RUBBERS
YWill como11 iniI handyti for the next
sixty days. Plenty for all.
SU'O A R
iS is h andy to have, too. I lhav e
d lots of it.
w T keep overything in the Geuneral
id Merebandiso line, and will supply
'you as CHIEAP. if not ClI EAP1ER~
t than an yono else for t h6 same class
ie of goo'ls. I solictit your pat ron
- ' age. Yours truly,
A. M. MOR RIS,
Pickens, S. C
g" ~lIomno 'Phone N@. 24.
feh22tf.
A good Male i'Tnlht r for Palest ine
e. School Distr'ict No 24; Piek~ens county.
r- . D.. M~auldlin Clerk.
o Stowa rt P. 0. 5. 0.
e' R e lEstate.
ly I ovo for solo soveral desirable
tracts (of good farm land near Ensley.
.It will I o to tho interest of prospective
buyers to oco me. If you disiro -to soll
or oxchtango for laud se0 me bofore un
doertakinig to do so. Call on or address
Wr. AA. Hamniton Ealy ..
ITORIS,
b). All persons having claims against the(
r. estate of William Ilunter, deceased, will
to preent the amifO proporly attestedl to the
ad undersigned by the 1st day of Decom
k. er,'I osein debt to 'id ox state will
y. ntlana mako navman~t.
RHEUMATISM and CATARRH CURE
Johnston's
Sarsaparilk
QUART BOTTLES.
IN THE SHADOW OF DEATHS
A Whole Famnily Cured.
Mrs. C. II. Kingsbury, who keeps
millinery and fancy _oods store at 81
Louis, Gratiot Co., Mich., and who j
well known throughout the countr3
a I was badly troubled with rheuma
tism, catarrh an( neuralgia. I hai
liver complaint, and was very-bilious.
wis in a (bad coldition; every day I be
gan to fear that I should never be i
well woman; that I shollid have ti
settle down ilto a. chroic invalid, an
live in the shadow of denth. I lia
JOHNSToN'S SARSAPAillLLA ree
onituended to me. I TOOK ["OUt
BOTT114C AND IT CUltl) MIC, and
cutred my family both. I am very gla(
that I he'ard of it. I would cheerfull1
recommend it to every one. I hivm
taken many other ICnIll(s of medicinle
I prefer JO1 NSTON'S to all of them.'
JU11MIGAN DIUO CO., Dettrolt, 311h.
P.'o sale by (; . ' lro
J WELRY ..4
FALL SPECIAL.
When you make presents
give asty ones, pu1rchaser
bly 1Ood articles.
Pickens kecs silver good
and jeVelry: your prescnt!
and purchases vait your se
lection.
Nicely Iol? ed aIt'I I .: - I ,i. < lr
4-d Setting , .I.
SAhO G4ohl lIorbs n;kiblPt
Rlolled Plate Neck Chatins. \\ith SeO
tinlgs, . ie5
Best. ml ill ed Lo rgnt Chains, -
Biack Siik aehs. Pt biP lat S lii. 1
Gold-Filled Watch Chains. Pli and
Pat t erned, 80
Co1lhtr 11utt1ons. e, rb -tp,.
Colnar ticl. i .1 ewl, y .2
'till' Btnlln . oordsemin pairl . 0
C u rl' il son s, rtob l i e .
1-1 k Gobe hll8 Ii stile "ndts
ltrns, .ysa, Cluha
WlwrhBr-acelet, ll-1. her4siV4er finl
Wershire a hell Sin
stoerling Silver Bracch-, Chain and
Nethersorerade,
Any article in Jewelry pro
cured on Short no0tice.
-Rogers 1847 silver- goods:
Ptterns, Vesta, Columbi,N
Berkshire and "-hell satinl,
Forbes Silver Co's., uadru
ple Plate Tableware.
Yours for trad c,
W H PICKENS,
EAJ~SLEY, S. (1.
Full I)ile of Dte toods
Groceris Slhest ats, No..
have agCent iforl I t ancoc1
vontoreDsco w ndalo.h
Vl ersyn Resdectedutou
A. G. WYATT & 00
E asley, S. C.
D. T. %e, W. M. CURETON
*E iSLEY, S. O. *
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES
sutii hon. Storet is on Tiale( Mlonti
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAll
FOR ALL KINDS OF COUNTR'
PRODUCE IN EXCHANGE FOI
GOODS.
i.Rememnberi*the+..Place.-M
I MOUNTAINeVIEWeHOTEL
"11M RS. COR R I E1M. BLA11LOCKb
Directly opp. Depot. EASILE~Y, S.
AP~*y" ICATES, zj.00O PEl DAY. *'f10
Special attention to commercial travelc1
Comnfortable roomst, and talel fare the b<
the market afforda. SpecIal rates8 to reg~ul
boar'ders. iAvery in COnnecOt.
"."EASLEY HOTEL'.
B. N. W Y ATJT, Prsoprletoi,
Just Opposite Depot. ]Easley, S5. 4
Reasnialo ttes to) hardeiri by ti
cd. Modern conventiences and te best a
tentlongivyen to all patrons.
Livery In conntection wIth hole'; gor
tarn ('nn hn hadit at rannl~onnl'lW '' E
".-NEW GO(
+ + + NE
UN--TEv ything
Bran New Stock with Pric
gerCLOTING
I
)R ICSS G( ()lS IINTIS
- I I A Rt 1)\\'. RW F IA I
>lil s, TO\V
\\AGO
ANYTING Ol \\
\V have bowuhIt for this Fal
goods than ev(er: tul we are in
WC might savc you ioney.
line ; i als) to our line of
Skirts anl jackets. \\e apprec
antCC ever\' trade w imuke.
((W 1*
FOLGER
cellI
I AM BEFORK
Wanting Yc
I a'111 re Sss Sv' r
desire to make it si I I
g4r(at(st effort of ily lik i I
goods the people valt ;ut ,a ilh
expcrience is wvoLh anythi, 1
Ai.wavs rememlber that the cla
the chlap 0re; it's the hapj
goods, such as it pays to b)v. I
stantly arriving, a TIm\lIKNI)
DRY 00DO.IS. SI(
Which M
IN TlIS llUtfSTIANG AGI
anid everybody tells the price.
ing my prices and quality of go
40 inch Sea Island, *; cents.
Standard D rills, 5 cents.
All \Vool ited Twill Vih ine
The lBest 25 cents; Jeans on
1,adies' I leavy Unde(l(rv(sts,
i\Ien's He (avy ..l'Ervests,
I )ress Goods, all G.rade:s ar
+0 SilOES!
I sitil occupy) the F'RC
0O MAN GAN DM
Froim a JIroca;n to a VFU
"EXAMINE MV W
A.K.
\Vest Iind1, Gr
Samte g-'onds foi
iEvery
) 0o
()wing to) sonIIIpr os l"
Carriages, Suhreys, Buggi
At an Absolu
- HIarneOss of ail! k;inds at cort. WC
JYoleP, and vno uw otherII 11) 1 mkes of Huiggi.
No. IN thie bti. se'- on for ~ ielling vehIielos~
and kindu itre ht n il all-n u r,
aI.d to see~ theI~IC~ t people w hete they wI'h t
CHA R
D S
IDS + ++
L PRICES
the Best I
aRigt
SHOES, I
FURNISHING GOv'
NESS, SADDLES,
'EJS, BUGGIES,
S, & C.,
\NT, WE HAVE IT.
I a larger and better s
position to give you
your Clothing and Ovc
)aIid especial attention
)ress Goods, Capes, (
iate your patronage anc
iORNLEY
PICKENS
YOU AGA.
>ur Trade I
my1\ business increas,
nass. I have mad.
-casn to get the good
i riht pricc, and if ten
mn satisfied I have succe
;s of goods I handle is :
)y medimn and better ch
now have in store and
)US STOCK of
)ES AND HA
lust Co.
' of competition PRICE
I want you to continue sh
1, 15 cen ts.
the market.
15~ and 25 cents.
25 and 50 cents.
di Prices.
SHOES!
NT row onl SH-OEtS.
N E ON SHOEi
t2 Dress Shoes for men,
.1 Child ren.
; "2ou. r oocd.a
08AND PRIC.
Prk,
eenv'ille, S. C.
r samie monley,
less money."
thing.
~..
a Inl our )10is, we w'ill Foll
es, Phiatons and Wa
to Sacrifice!
r word1 for it, but comie anid see' for
carry the Bablock, Couirtlanid, Try'
s, &:., as strict lIh~h (Grade Wagor
he )v Iiwensbo, Ta~ylor and Chattai
of all kinds and1( We a're going to a'
t ty well over but wo have a fewv ba
eli k hire, own our owni reposlto'
o huave for cash or hood paper.
eniville come and1( see us. \Va are c
>l uuy or no.
LE A MtJ tBMAYVR

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