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tailronds, factories and till lain(s
ndustries are feeling the offiects
the late heavy and col(tinied
is, butl. in the long I'in it is the
)r operative that sufFors most
Aftor all said and done, ie holi
ys are over, the Now Vanr is :11
nd Awitlh moro resposibilites 1
met and morO work to ho done.
t it be tho host. yen r of il-wi II
is resolution, 0 ie ie1 >ry will beV
sily won.
Mss Roosevelt ha won a prizo
an impromptu ''Calko Walk."
me Pickens man rudelv int-ima.
I that perhaps .hm late cont ralt
I Booker Washington was the
roe of inspiraltion that led to
:cess il this imitation of the n.
> in his happiest diversion.
?ickens couity now has an as,
sed valuation of $2,120,0-l I
1perty, and is -.loadily growinip
wealth and consequieelve. A
unation of 40 per cent of actiuta
eth throughout the couity woul]
ibably bring Pickens up to th
000,000 mark,
*4*4*
t this timo last January, thp
lpoSil.ci0 most. disnCusw-d wm I
Ither or not the Twen1tith evil
y ComlencIl(1id with I tll( h1igial.
of the yourI' 19411. Th'r' .11r0
nie who will wvake- up about l"
the realization Ih l w h A 11re
lly livitg inl VerPy progrilessve
es.
'entedl ai8 sraniger to thle Dispen.
y Tuellsdaly for which thet stran1
thanked imn, addinug th at by
s kindness hel. hadl sa1vd ai hfe4
awVareis. Strainge bus~i'ss thiis
a Coroner-h ut onr Coruoner is
imlpuilsivol manI', yet given to
chi genierosity, untsul tish andt ail
yS re0ady in) tinne( of trouble.
11n0 pice of advie we'( b eg to"
r' is that if yon arie qua8lifiedl
er e!ixstinig laws to exI'rcise ihl
'ilege of votinig- al Ilyav the~
)ssar'y reg( n - ' egist ra t Iion
- youir righ t. or linit your1
>rtunity, hut he alive to your
r as a citin andt111( readyi and(
'ared Lt) cast youhlllot ais yourl
ot a bridge wats seenI not a
idi wias hearud but thel r zir andh
t of the water---last. iuinv.
13y a certificato wiill be' is-uell
1b1) trav~eel at th 114'lst of im
money to thel yulic, aind in
end( the coun!)ty will hlar au
icr loadl in thte shaitpe of "'patst
,lhe < red it bi~si, inf Ii or idgesi ~ll
be ?tilt, roa'ds wvillhle po"or
the people will be con froti d
the cost of it all in high taxes
coustant inconvenience and
malD loss.
44*44
om all accunts "Old Booze''
n more than his normal work
ag the holidays just passed;
negro "Hot Sitpper" gener.
k'f up to a ehooting aiffair
t ~the list of casual
aze atlte some fatal,
1drinkt
than
,s *
;?~:A>
J. U. Stribling, :tiei t. lt
Ition ofsdra-1inage, wh ich appeal
.his issuev. Hev is a practica
1 and to Ill., 11o %4n ll r1 ticalill
aikled informa1I.-tion On thi
Stiol thr,(ouigh yris <)f xperi
V With oilm. oi I he tongliwst pr.
Aitions inl Plekens. count v inl Ih
m of lowinlIns (Il -,g te n 'lil
(e ic, in hat remtlioto s t i o 4 e l d 11b
.iuty S ?fill, 11re pN aui" t ([<14n
Ite "Sleopy Hlo, irs~
ir. S triblini g's 4 p)r' -iuils.
S bltt'ill ol)Ugil t h) b t. ( le 1-1
10 illo colldilit m s al |;inin. i I
O a fai' (*X;1illhl )I II c'' mU
>ns on GoblIm, 1S, \\.1 I m
1ol' crocks l'ullilil."tl
mil Itv..I j is e1U
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Il ' which t1 h S a C-n
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I iveatat f111b o~ll li 2
ace ~ ii o11 1112f'u tlot~ui f
boe \ >uy 92 $0Q pr~:
tako ilt, k -
'tlliIll- 110 05 ivi s1C(l h n
anVl~d i h f &1hib 'wt foi
ilui'i'p and i itio Dsan. fr,\t~
thisla t rer o w 'ik, e
JC.&ub ur.
SMAL FARM 4uatyhIs.
I a ea tac f lnc n ann
>u'ot h;tven't bL~u ht
A
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n a t I: ,n jf I'n
ai a 'a a t' at a t ft a
a a a 'nt . n - ya ajt' t'' Iit
a a ''h py a ive and frea '
a r sum o
Wi ) '
t a I l'a -'n ' 'tiaa .
th a Ii i \ ' a a( a t he il
a ' ti ah wi ~ill
* C0 'k' C li
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.1 a ha Ih al ''" lt
a a I h
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I:. ha b, p aedr
a t aada arngh
a 6/- H T R .i'
To ee C mp tti.
NOV.LHi.ES!
PICT URE FRA MES
AND ALL NECESSAR1ES,
JUST THEJ THIING
F(OR CURISTjM AS3 PRESENTS,
TOILE T? ARTI.CLE8,
SOAP, PERU MER~Y, CIGfA1S,
a ~ TOBACCO AND)
P1 PIE8 TPOSUiTi Ea V E R Y*BOJ~y
LA1'l PU~iSI~s '
VROM 26e UiP TO $4.00 EAC~lI.
Comupleto lineo-of B1.ibles and TPee
tamren ts with ful11 concorodtinco,
Agents for Belgian aind Angle
L~amps. If wo halven t got what
you want, lot us know and we' - will
:otdor it tor you,
0 (K)O0)S
\V i'
GODS, NOTIONS, MI
tiuick. It is <>ur aim to do) more
ppmltullity to buy II rst-class Imcrc
your winter suit yoi'd be(tter tak
ets gouE at ss.5o; ,,>.5o Jackets
iA, Tli; LFL\DIN' COILAIS
ILLIVEMT
rW (>(v :Illy '-')((s in this (epart
th lowi-t iIotch. 1'very item,
M1 E AM()N
N2iT'l-. t 41 i
i11-r. in11rre'S. Th'le 0-11et of Ohis
panit b ir ubs t i t i, %\ill bev cutl
111:1h in: i list.
- I I IIN I s t i. I y pub
In-st('(, anoe , sec-ond claiss
* h it 1- I . \\ f ich it is l' aid
I 2 .\, . u *.sir
Th i -.Ir:Iili..! ru'\, 4 i eg and
dlir--ely lotp -ite in Illl law a d
i i ll t i it
Ihli, rIhnI w irty du the
circulatin of n-al il papers
Wial ldI thil wit i r-wal of manly
fi vr i- enI#tent uintil 1 low r r to is
])uI Il o in effect. This vir-tuallvan'octs
,YOnI for it. Prohibits extenldinig
CeIt. to vouir suhcriberi's, 11n(d re,
dint-m ou circu latio ;m olI' valuet
V1 1 -1 (l. (ft
T! i-. PI - riel y\ .i wIll b 11111
thl i. . ;I " : t w" will vh1111a a h ual
v d 2 I-vred1 at the hi NiaE &
Newll an. .\pply to W. E. Slophieus
at t(i r. G er & Mahall-y.
WEST ENDW
+1E DRUG STORE.
E . P-. Z-7.T I ZIl-TS,
GREENVILLE. S. C..
ariit('' in the clit.
Gentral's
Store.
A eyont pre'jud ic(4d? A ro you U
Open'i to con1victilOn? Many peoplo
thin1k it imipossible to line a First
elass General Stor) in a town of
this size
Doun't you beliove it !
ecatuse y'OU can he convinced
thter' is a. Firtst- class Gener01al Storo
hiore by cailling otn
L. Ro~ss Eaton,
Central, S. 0.
Whore you will find a finu and --
varied1 Stockc of Dry G1oods, Iress jf
G roods and Groc;eries. .
L. ROSS INAT1ON,
Contral, 8, C.
it havo just bought a two horso farmn ft
and at 0on0 horso farm near the Court hi
Honst-, and I offer tihe same for saie or at
rout. IVY M. MAUJLDIN. r
Pgprseq
rMENTS
r, and to that end w n
style and servi
neg at, $2.00.
._1.
song. In each departimeit
W COo
A. G. WYATT & 00.
Full line of I r Gtods,
Groceries, Shoes, Ii Lats, 1No
tions, &c.
Fariners' ImpIlem-i. s and
Genecral I l ard warc A'. i aIorial.
Sole Pv;-1nL for the i lancock
R(iLarv )isc Pl'w and also the
Torrent I larrowv and Stoddard
I )ise liiarrowV.
All pCrsons indebted to us
are requested to come in and
mnatk settlemetnt at I
hve been idul g ,iL
vou to respond.
IVery Respectfuvy,
A. G. WYATT & CO.
Easley, S. C.
Bridges & Hammond,
-Dealers in
General S ]Merchandise,
A.., their Original stand, PICK iNS, S. C.
WeC keep) con1stant ly on haual a fi ull line
of Dry Goods, Groceies, Crzocla y, Tin -
ware, and Agateware.
A full linec of coffee of t1he Lulitiy,
89, 9 and( 10 pounds for the dollar.
We make ai spci:ity < Shoes. Try3 .mur
Service Shoe, they sell from .I.: N --*
with a written guarantee withI everiy i air.
\Ve deal in Shinogles and all counftr pr-.
d uce.
I )rop in e ~to se usho flo(ubl to .lhow
goodls. Wei wanthi. your I rwh.. If' *'ousl
are nGLI as repreCs('nted whenC! dld, briig
them b ack and get. your money.
liespee' ully,
Bridges & Hammond.
PICKENS, - - S.C.
D. T * W.? 078
4%+ ?1A&LEY, 3[ 0. 4&
HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Good Froesh Stock and a Full sup~ply of
all articles neeoded for liouehlold Con).
sumplJtionl. Store Is on T1able Mountain
street, rear of D~r. Snudth's Drug StLore.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID'
POR ALL KINDS OF COUNTR~Y
PRODUCE IN EXCHANC~E FOR
GOODS.
+)+~Remember+ the+?Place,q4.
I have for sale several desi'ablo
tracts of pood farm land near Easley.
It will bo to the interest of prospective
buyers to see me, If you disiro to sell
or exclhange for land see me before un
dertakmg to do so. Call on er address
--Those indebted to the JOUIINAI, Q1
accouute made befdre the 1st of Jahnuar
1901 will please settle with nu.ie a ouo
a~ the books will be te4d over t9 thd
st04kholderg at andI~ lna t lngm iu
..E'r 1st Is OU7E REc-tTU.LA~
t.1TD AS OASE I1 THO ZILL
EASILR COUNTE) TiAN
TN THE SH ELVES, +
HAVE G()NE TIROUGH OUR
LLINERY, CLOTHING, HAT & SHOE DEPAR'
business the month of 1ecember than any month in our histor)
handise at much less than its value.
c a peep at our clothing department. There you will find both
>2 1N CAPTSANT
going at $4-75; $5.00 jackets going at $3-.50; $2.50 Jackets goi
S. B ETTER COME ()UICK AN!) GIFT FIRST CIlIC
rooDS AT HALFj:1 VLLTYE.
ment, so you can buy the season's choicest novelties for a iner
a bargain and every sale backed by our Iron Clad G uaran tee.
Y'S WORTH OR YOUR LMONEA' BACK."
H-B.RUCE-MORRC
-*PRESSING THEIR CLAIMS K+.
Not a section of this shop butt stionlI) pr( sses its claims to
be eiphasized in print. To tell you of all the good things of
the nle\' season in the i' rescribe lebl Im inits o ol r advertising
space were im possible. Can only gilV- you a hint of a few
from tiune to time. To make here are an1d low the broad hon
est assertion that this store was never more completelv ready
for fall and w inter busine SS is the l proyvin ce of this "ad.'
DRESS GOODS SHOWING.
Ihe dress gtoods showing is such as an1 store might be
proud of. The neVest, the best and t h most reasonably
priced. All the n ew shades are here from i 10 cts. per yard u1p
TAILORED SUITS AND SEPARATE SKIRTS.
\WThatever of style and dress making perfiection there is in
this seasons prIdLuCt, a fine re presentation ol that style. and
perfection may be seen here now. Big liies ofJ IA NS, ()T
INGS, FLANNELS, PE-RCALES, I SHIRTINGS, SHEET
INGS AND )OMESTIC GOODS OF ALL D1.ESCRIP
TIONS AT TI-L LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE'S.
THE NEW JACKETS AND FURS,
Are here in great inuu'tities, and the prices 1re from cheap
one: to filler graid e:, jWit J S \ou like,
THE FAMOUS "QtE18N QUALITY" SHOES FOR LADIES.
(Our shoe stock is complete with all the new sha pes i ary
size wanted.
For any item in Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Window
lades, and House Furnishing Goods, Comi to us and we will save you money.
:1.roA~iser& Beattie,
' ..;ad 2001 Mhina street, GHI~EEN ViI F S. C.
Vt hU TI! [-A 1N E'A- p L'Wf 1 I ( ..\ Ni Ti I)
.. . WE EXPECT A GOOD BIG TRADE
ANI) WI-: I IAVE: [:lI-:) JFOR 11 .-a
a to stiy tintw unsei -huy i nd und .-i i v erybody,''i' wold ho~ ali e-p-ju .lie i an ' es
n ao l ha t I se iii i~i 1e1]('v( W ii(. iii ht11 h cv tiuti h. Itl10ILiO-ll iii i p
We~i intvite ali toi comte u an d o thrt ough our1 dlifferent d'1par ttmets. (our rooms1 are
~DRY GO0D5,NDTION5, CLOTHING, BOOY5,
SHOES, UNDERWEAR, CROCKERY, TIN, GLASSWARE,
HARDWARE, JEWELRY,
ocks, (Groceries, Stov es, Sew\ Iing MaIchinles, Saddcles, IBridles
I lalters, Sole, I Aace and Harness L eather,
- Furniture of all kinds, Bran New ...
Incl1uding a nice Iinem of I ron lIedsteadls, and these
are nice, c:lean and che --notrhi.
rades4 of M1a~ttese, CarI pet s.t,. ess, Mnaum
art icles thtit thei giood pi)(ie wvi see bi
utlery, Shot ( unls tiand 1ile, IPowde(r, *IuL, Shot
miite andu tBlastin Pi, owdter t) knot ck I it tot'r
prtobabliy Ihe irn p Ihl 1w44s onI the mtar , .. ......... .s.
Woubtt he glad to hav e you try them. See themli.
WE HAVE A LOT OF?
F2"O00S AND ENDS" IN SHOES AND BROKEN SUIT
TrO GO MI(JHT'Y CHEAP,
though all thle regular stock ia cheap enoughl.
COME~ IN A NI) SEE Us and gIve ,mo your Fall trade and let us shtow you
how we ap1preciate It.
W. T. McFALL.
IF EVER
'The poo0' fearmers needed help It ini thIs yeatr-with short otps and shorter priec
-1 have always done my bent for them in the prIces I sel at and thA p~rlce [ pay
>r prodiicu. I appr'echijte your liberal ptr~ionai, titme rsIts not how much canl 'I
etL bu1t how chhap can) 801el It, a good patenit floeur 84.00; best cofl'eu grown l0c ib,
ttmbd-dh granulhlatedl sugar' 1. lbs a good No 7 stove *7.00. a good oak bedstead 2 25
.'.t chaira 40c, alt wool jeans 25c. whlole stock shoes8 $1.20 donble barrel shiot gunls
(,15 as good sowilng mtachie as made 20 ycar gnautee $14,75 Sheeting 3ie calico
4 womiens course shoes 500, 75c, 1.00, up to 1.2J. BrIng on your eggs I will pay~ 20c
sir doz to Dee., loth and longer if I want to.
I will pay 1.00 for petts 100 for cane seed 75c for corn 150 for beans 1.50 for'drled
uilt iuntil I get ready to quit It. I want to swapps Ohiristmtas trix or any thing else
tile store to the childrena In for wailniiS. "Cris" A beerombie and "Wad Garrett"
e represe~nting me at Gap 11il with a good stock of goods, thec boys will treat you
ght' try themi
1 wIll payas muchi the low of the trusts wyill allow for cottuin seed. Beoter trade
ithi me this fall I am dolig my level beat for you tis time.
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