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Enteredt at t1 1osIt. Onlie t Pickens as
10comi-elaiss matter.
Sulbscriptloll, '-1.03 :1 Year.
Those good resoltitoIs for next ye3ar
ought to lcgin to crystalliza right early.
p)O ie exibit mtovo lilfe and tlin'rgy, ii I 1
* *
Pet)ple speak of a fourth, half and r1l
possible igradis of yieldt, Ibut it yet le
lins for s.'1le ont to determile exactly
what a full crop is.
4444*
Stltdiol obseva1t11ns of reuHIs i: Ve
Priovenl t'0)n lt'lusively tiha j 1l1itioust f rti
i.aioni pays whothir the seaon' 11.0 : d
Wiys favoableli or n11iot.
The Charleston IEiposition is no little
t'Jing. Just read something about, i'si
:oml nnd thl altiteion it is attracting
atbrad and be tonvinced.
4 * .*4
Intoxicants are coIstly it nilv prit', 111
intiali1cly increansedt is the price. one pIm.s
m hen he Ipaly for liquor the n:mey that
oughtt to be appliedl to dtci.
lvory m1-1 zins a:t b.y that val find h1"1n
est eipl ilym -h .. ht t e dili;:et aly
tit i. 1d -1 , s 1 (his sASOn
gener1 A l !y contriiIIne- to als li a1;: Ire
1 l , \
. rm ge al QI IM ' It""e
l'y stors . n d 1:yrais. .Lny lave
amiipated t.' ad lai rls s* : id oli
mufstiac t a::t op We t t .)ity s iitl
J, Qvr
price i , far i M .. tim a vol.- ,t lt
ttheewith.O i'.te t dI ieati .33 i lt
highers9 aii difri' f71,5*
thrgn astei1~lltli ttltti I ie
ii ib -u I iitl 4lly i t 2 e'la''te i
t a p T
Tig til' lon
.II emdi int this State' 114 foryii Iir
Ihinti o and*I gross wtinness41 41 ate
travaganthe, gopl pitin exipenses11 taiif
Strate Sl~~i, montd tthe enormt s te om I o
rnt,3iidvi9, a O;diterc of'h .*717.vor Al~
lag to thet prst annat in tto tosne
kintow toa ur'ilg honest15 a~dministnition
iwr are n iteing ('in itih iujuitia131
at(1( themapic to major ityolgilatorI
wbr> fred notI in 1 sympathyti wit the .
uvih s ae o ap ing tno gtive 43( o
da o oth' ain so for t ayen
fd pwhc ato whsak twerepyi
We at rtore inautist, eue
Piekns cunty S.. w . mEt OIn.a
SunodaymDmer 19 h la1ie tototls
abotia thf gose mSon palana Cli
mission wrlor, as commndt of til E
Lord nd "aviourg a tdpatied liyndh
churcos an Apo to thi tlend o
cordal ivitaion o ly atitne t.ch
andinivdul members wh, for thi
pla4t mee with ,a the ptig ofsi
nry an combie our oibtinsoam
with us area invi eted t o ad
is raso togthe and1 search fo thA
>ld pths nd wak threin
Th 86uthdrn 1jtw9y.,CoJhpang an
11i0301e18 that the linmo of its ppecial
Florida train, operated each winter be
tweon Now York City and St. Augustino,
Fia-, in connection with the Ponusyl
vfaiia R. It., the Plaint System and tle
FloriIa East Cot Railway, previously
knawn as the New York and Floridity
Limited, will in the fttiro, bo called
'Tho SOUTHERN'S PALM LIMITED.
Tho initial trip of the Southerin Palm
Limited will be made early in January,
1102. Its equipment will ConSist of lux
Iarious obsevatioi, club, dining and
coml) partment sleeping caram and it will
be inl every respeci the muost magnificent
Irinll opera(Atl in the South.
Wo wlat what is duo us on subsmrip.
tioll. loay outld read the paper with
llo grace ifo thy had a clear receipt to
dAl te'. _- -- --- -..-d
- Te Hooard of Directors of the Far
m 's l'ablishineg Company of Pickens
(ount11y will meet at, the oflico of W. W. t
I.. Bight, Pickens, 0. It., December,
23r-d, 11101, at 11 o'clock a. am. for he
purpose of ConsiderinY )ropoitioins for
lealse of lthe puiblising phaint of 14airl
ompalny otr the Year 1902).
Sheriff's Sale.
MTT .' Soil''IIf (:.AlOLINA1
*- n %y 41f Pl'.eke s.
in Cl ' l'o ti n Please c or'lt.
In pi-nace44 :-n1 oler~ of forvecto:-ne
aan:Iei iaa Ihe( folIowing' totimel cal-.e -n.Il
lil i ll - hi ( k's ollice at P:a ken
. 11 , S ( , I %%i I wicil to the higaest bid |
414-r :if l'ilw ns llurt, lionl-e S , C., onl
Sailerly 1i , i ary, 1111o ,
r I l. e -gal houl s for st!c. IO iol
! intg liltil A I all e t:te1 i . p41n tht
Itrm- hebini' aft. a inetion i o.:ou
J. W . N. ru odt) li'n a,
hli m A I l ndt v! :1' I) 1 ,: :
,il m : k f fol 0 .
1 A A Il t h t ' . h l
IIeIl, IG~e t na i ." -;i 'i n
I I
1e All t 1: i twi m I i I
vwi, II ' Il l- 1, of 1", P 1 _0 D
11 l f : . . i 1 ItI
I.- , , ItN n - :a1 \ t r l
lx w -.ttv : I . I )R
\ . h- i i ,. l.. x n lr n , ito o
unI a . b i .: .V I-: I
\, -itirh. '
t : i t f T i
d on u eh u e t . u Z A. ~ n
re ~ ~ ~ ~ i, o -- .).n f m PCr
I N. I.
-st rbsr T I
L SPECIAL
of
r I~lsenlts
u t your st
Ihd t I t
- - .Ia5
lide . ,15 F
.1
a us Coon settin s. ai .n511
11 k G.bi She'll hingsi, si-ts am11 pat-1
h.11 . I
Wellwot iae ,ahatgb ..i
*S"terling1 "'ilvrca 11race4let. (Chaina and3
:\nfy article in J1ewelriy prlo
cliue on shiort notice.
Roger 147 silver g2oods:
P a tters, \Ve(sta, CJol umbia,
llerkshiire and Shell Satin.
T1
Forbs Si!lver (Co's. , ()adru
ple Plate Taleware.
Yours for trade,
W H PICKENS,
A full hne of fresh, pure dIrugs,
dehi v eredI at l any timo3, day 01' n3 ight
'. CALL A T T HE STORE '. 0
PATENT MEDICiNES
To Meet Competition.
CRiST~rMAS
NOVELTIES! P1
IBE'AlTll1'L MED)ALL4IONS, AM
PICTUR13ES,
PI0TU RlR FRA MES
AND ALL NECESSAR1IES
JUST THE THING
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESE~NTS,
I TOILErI ARTICLES, t'
SOAP, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, l
TOBACCO AND N
PIPES TO SUIT EVE RYDODY, j
LADIES8 PUJRSVS t
FROM 25c UP TrO $4.00 EAGCH. t
Completo line of Bibles and Tee th
taments with full concordance, to
. Agents for Belgian and Angle ha
Lamps. If we haven't got what th
you want, let us know and wo will at
order it for you, be
PQL pectIfulgy,
CUT PRICES AT I
STOOZ TAZZI1 TC
GOODS
WVE
DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, Mil
And cut prices to the quick. It is our aim to do more
ic traing public a golden opportunity to buy first-class merc
If you haven't bought your winter suit you'd better tak
tat defy competition.
BIG P 2D7OT ZC
$7.50 jackets going at -5.50 SO.;o Jackets
AL. TiHE. IEADING COL.LAR
1ILLIlTER7
We don't intend to carry ovei any goods m :.s depart
>u will find our prices cut to the lowest notch. E, c:v . m
N ~K N Y'
HEY AT
>-PRESSlNG THEIR CLAIMS.-.
Not a section of this shop but strongly preses ::s: :C:
em phasized in print. To tell you of all the : :
new season in the piescribed limits 0t or :.
3Ce were im po 'ible. Can only give you a hint : u
m time to timew. T- make here are and now the reac.
assertion that this store was never more complete
fall and winter business is the province of this "ad.
ESS GOODS SHOWING.
The dress goods showing is such as any store might be
oud of. The newest, the best and the most reasonabh
iced. All the new shades are here from io cts. per yard uI
LORED SUITS AND SEPARATE SKIRTS.
Whatever of style and dress making perfection there is in
s sCaSonS product, a1 fine representation o that style, and
rfection may be seen here now. Big lines of JEAN S. OUT
G : s. F 'ANN ELS,. RRCALES, S[IRTINGS, SiLI:EET
?GS AND DONIESTIC GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP
()NS AT TIIE' LOWE'ST POSSIBLE PRICES.
E NEW JACKETS AND FURS,
Are here in great quantities, and the prices are from cheap
es to liner grades, just as you like.
E FAMOUS "QUEEN QUALITY" SHOES FOR LADIES.
Our shoe stock is complete with all the new shapes in any
:c wvanted.
For any item in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Window
ides, and House Furnishing Goods, Come to us and we will save you money.
2.Vco.A..lister &~ Beattie,
2041 and 200 Main street, G ~IN Vi Ibl-, S. ('.
WTOTICE ! MLU
-ALLi + UICH ASERS +* OF
FINE DRESS GOODS,WET ND)
JR COLLARETTES,
04 WAIST GOODS, lTf
I" MILLINERY, JI1.
M " TRIMMINGS,
K4 MUFFS AND
04CAPES GREENVILLE, S. C.
AN SAVE FROM TEN TO TWENTY
PER CENT. BY BUYING OF US. PrIescipjtions filled promptly
ALL THlE LATEST THINGS and satisfaction guarantecd.
IN NOTIONS. Most tip-to-date line ef toilet
FULL LINE OF MENS, LADIES AND
IISSES UNDERWEAR, 25 CENTS TO articles in the city.
5 CENTS PER SUIT. \\\.\. \\
A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE~~
RY GOODS AT THE LOWEST MAR-'- _ _
ET PRICE.,__ _ _ _ _
ONT FAIL TO CALL ON US e ta'
EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE GIVES8
IU A DRAW FOR A $35.00 HAND
INTED TAPE8TRY TO BE GIVEN AryU ejicd Ae3Oi
VAY O DEC 24.open to conviction? Many people
MISSES ROGERS & CO,, think It imipossih'e to fine a First.
GRENVILES.cl Gneral Store in a town of
)-112 North Main Street.
Southern Rail vay has inaugura, ~' o bl~r t
1 Pullman sleeping car line be-- eae o a Y ;~ji~~v
een WVashington, D.. 0. and At, hr sa~CIA inrI5,r
nta, GO., on their "Atlanta &heob lirgOt
8W York Express" trains Nos.55~ t
id 84; first car southbound leav, atn
g Washingtun November 3rd;
ret ear northiboundI leaving A tlani
November oth, 1901. Cnrl .C
This affords Pullmnan service on Weeyuwl idafn n
ese trains though from Altanta vre tc fIr od,1rs
New York, the Pullman oarsGrosadrcri.
ving hereitofore been attaobed to
e Atlanta & New York Express L OSETN
Charlotte and no Pullman sr..etal ,C
bWeen Charlotte and Atlantp,
-B3olt and Thornley have thi eoyadon rstameateCor
Fur.oud~A ~t~o~.s, o4s n you1 believe it !~ o
IEATH-{BRlU( IE-MO RR
.M-W" ist IS .CTy E .-y g
Ln AS CA IV THE TILL:
EASIER COUNTED THAN
IN THE SHELVES,
HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR
LLINERY, CLOTHING, HAT & SHOE DEPARI
business the month of December than any month in our history,
landisC at much less than its value.
i a peep at our clothing department. There you will find both s
19 IV 04n A&IT ZLOZMTLI
going at l.75; $5.oo Jackets going at $3.50; $2.50 Jackets goin
S. 1ET'TER COME (QUICK AND (;ET FIRST CilOICl
cOODs AT HALF TAL.
nnt, so you1 Can buy the season's choicest novelties for a mere
Zbar.aain1 and11 every salec backed by our Iron Clad Guarantee.
\~R I OR YW W 1 'MON Y BACK."
H-BRUCE-MORRO
MILiNERY
DEPARRUE NT.
Our 'Millinery Department this season is under the supervi
sion of Miss Tirzah Hughes who has just returned from the
Eastern markets, where she purchased a large and complete
line of the season's most choice novelties. ~We have spared
no pains to make this department equal to any in the larger
towns, and if you want a stylish 1 lat at a reasonable price you
will do well to visit our Millinery department.
SEE OUR'"'
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
It is the most complete line of Dress Goods that has e ve
been shown in the county, and at prices that defy competition.
\Ve cordially invite all the ladies to attend this opcning. You
will receive a cordial wvelcome.
The Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co.
, ,* WE EXPECT A GOOD BIG TRADE , , ,
W~e expei(Ct to d(esertve it. we'4 know I~ tha Ii Ioh wmI I it as5 mu hel for, their uti'moiv as
uto i say~ that we~i undehuy~t iad undterselIC~t ever body, Would beim a lie-pure uad si uip e,
andi a liar is seIblm bellievedl whenl heI tells the ii ulth.
t ee l I' t I i I 14 C a ll o e andtt look th lirough ou l ilt eren1t~it depa~tmnth s. ( uir rooms are
sjinGOsSi, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS5)
SHOES, UNDERWEAR, CROCKERY, TIN, GLASSWARE,
HARDWARE, JEWELRY,
ocks, Gro~ceries, Stores , Sewig Machines, Saclles, 1 )ritlles
I lalters, Sole, Lace and I larness Leather,
.m.E Furniture of all kinds, Bran New ...
Including a nice Ii ne of Irmn lBedsteads, and these
are nice, clean and chea l> enough.~l
A grades~ of Maltresses, Cahrpel s, I tuges )Tal igs, an1.1 a thouiis:ta i i 11f othe usefu
allicles that the good pieo pl will see ly loi, k ing~ hrou~igh ottr sIok
(ttletry, shtot (iuns aund Ililles. P'owdle' ,.ead, shoit amul (upi. for spoting mn, I)vna
probatbly thle best ltrn jplow on th) le nmturketI, antd o'l several sizes.
\Vouui lhe gid It hve yout try thtemt. see Ithemt.
WR~ "ODDS AND ENDS" IN SHOES AND BROKEN SUIT
.To 00) Ml1I'1IITY CIIA,
though all the re gular stock Is chteap enouitgh.
CoalE~ IN ANI) SEE US and1( give ius your Fuill tradeI anid let uts showv yout
ho0w we apprciaite it.
W. T. McFALL.
It? EVERI;
Tihe poor farmners needed hel, > It lai this yetar-wlith short crops and shot ter priieI
--) have aliways dione miy beat or them in the prices I sell at tan 1 thea prie [ >av
for prodnle, I aipprechtite your liberal ptornae, this tim.,: Its not how mu'chi caw I
~eL but how chealp Lcant I sel1 it, ai good pa;tentt flourI $4.00; best colffee growu 100 bl
Htandaird gran uhrted sugar 17 lbs, ai good No istove .$7 00O. IL giioo 9:khedtad 2 25 t
bes't chairs 40c, all wool jeants 20.0. whole mit ek shtoeIs $1 .20 doubl Ie bat -rel shlot tI8 1
#4,15 as goodl sin ig machine as madle 20 ytn uaranti~'tte I..75 she tit~;~Ctlc
4c, wvomensu courtse shoes 50c, 75c, 1.0), up) to 1.2). liring ott 'ourt eg I wi pen ico i
por don to L~cc., 15th and( loniger if I want to. d ynmpa 0
Iwill pa1.00 for petns 100 for' cane seed1 75c for' corn 150 fot bean~s 1.50 for'driod
fruit untoo get reatdy to quit it. I want to swaipe Christmiast1 r aytiges
repigh nttig me at Gap 11111 with ai gooil stock of goio-b, the bays will treat 0o a
I will payas muclth the low of the tl uts will atliow for cotton sud i trttl
WIth meW this falli I am doIng my lovel best for you thtis time,. et.lete rl
*P.. Ti. n wa-= re
OW COs
M mCro E
MENTS
and to that end we will give
tyle and service and at prices
g at $2.00.
so11g. In each ep artmen lt
W CO
A. G. WYATT & CO.
FuLll line of0 )r1'os
Groccrics, Shoes, l its, 'No
tions, &c.
Farmers' Implaeh i)tn ;and
General I lardware i\I.,t' ;al.
Sole agen t for the i *.c k
Roitary )isc Plow ; ar :he
Torrent I larrow -und S". ii rd
D)isc I Harrow.
All persons indb l to us
are requested to colwI ill and
make settlemen t at W,- \\e
have been indulgent and wat
you to rest)ond.
Very Respectfully,
A. G. WYATT & 00,
l'.asleyV, S. C'.
Bridges & Hammond,
Gellel'al 5 1'hlaldile,
of lIryv G s, Grocer(ie4s. ( r x
ware'. and Agatewarec.
A full line of coffee of ii t h.
8, 9 -ind 10) pounds f'or thle d1..flar
We mallke a speciahly < , he.
Sen~ ice Shoe, they selhin r4o-o ~ 0
' <bal in Sh 11.ing le a a . I
.4I~ji*p X i nal ee l Ic no ' . rL
thln bac1k and1( elI V.n 'Il a
Bridges & H-amm.ond.
PICKIENS, - - C.
*EASLEV, 8 0
IEAVY AND FANCY GlllE IEU8,
(ood iFreshi Sto n d a10 lnt 11y1 y Stp; f\
i articles3 needed0 for loin hohl4 ( 'on.
lIInptionu. Store is 01n Tableh1 .SluI inl
treet , rear1 of' Dr. SInlithI's911 1 D Iitre.
HIOHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
OR ALL KINDS OF COUJNTRY
RODUOE IN EXCHANC~E FOR
100DS.
.Remember+ the +Place.-16~
I have for sule seea th1 s ahto
lacts of good farm land nu ] 1 i y,
I will be to the ' ' ' ' - e
uiyors to soo mec
r exchange for I .
ertaking to do e
V. A. Hamiton I
~Those indebted to the ,JoI'tAnm on
3counts9 made before the 1st of Jalnuary
901 will pleae settle with me at onco
s the books will be turned over to the
:ookholdera at annuI~al meeoting in No,
ember next .Tuman nSni, takean r*

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