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THE POPLE'g JOURNAL, fh
Plckene, 8. C. ,
THURSDAY, MAU. 6, 1902.
Local and Personal.
-New subscribers are listing; that is al
-Don't neglect the payment of taxes. i
the time expires March 81. c
-Born unto Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Dur.
ham, on 2nd inst, a son.
-Dr. W. F. Austin Dentist will be
in Easley March 11th and 121b. e
-Capt. John T. raylor spent Satur
day and Sunday in Atlanta. Q
-The roads get worse, but March tW
winds will do much to redeem them. ;j
-Few hundred dollars for clients to 01
loan on real estate. Apply W. F. fa
-?4r. Jerre Looper has sold his fine 01
horse; it will be difficult for him to find 0l
anothel just as good.
.-Dr. A. B. Wardlaw, Dentist, will
be in Pickens all next week, beginning th
on Monday Mar. 10th. h:
-The County Commissioners met in re
regnlar session Tuesday and attended to ti
routine business. c<
-Mails have been very irregular dur- o
ing the past week on account of heavy
rains and railroad interruptions.
-The County Commissioners publish
an interesting summary of certaia ox.
penditures for the year, this week,
-Capt T. N. King, the noted bridge w
*uilder, of Greenville, was here Tuesday
attending the session of the Board of
-It has been reported that Mrs. John it
Burgess and three children are very sick c(
with scarlet fever at their home at the s
Monaghan Mills, Greenville. s,
-A good many people who ought to e
be fairly good judges say that the 0
amount of commercial f@rtilisers that '
will be used this year will be a great
deal less than last year.
-John E. Smith late of the seventh a
U. 8. Cavalry having completed the a
term of his enlistment three years, came,
in Tuesday and was met at Pieken. by i,
his brother Luther D. Smith and went
to his home near Dacumville.
--We don't like to ask too much, but
again we urge that correspondents send ti
their commuioations a little nmore h
promptly. This helps a great deal.
Don't make them too long but more in- i
teresting to the general reader.(
-Hawley, son of James Hughes, met
with a painful accident last T1hursday. i1
He fell from a tree snagging the fleshy
part of his right leg making a serious ci
wound. Dr, Earle was called in mcd L
"stitched up" the wounded miember. 9
Twelve stitches were required.
-Misses Polly and Florence Hover b'
Mrs. Kittie Ashmore spqnt last week im le
Pickens as the guesis of Maj. J. M!. tI
Stewart and family-. Prof. J. E. Par- g
sons and Messrs. B. F. Parsons and J.
II. Ashmore contributed excellent music e
at an informal reception in their honor ej
during their stay whioh 'wah moat ti
pleasant throughout. Piokens till be b,
glad to welcome these charming young '3
people again-at an early date, end a i
moat cordial invitation is extended to i
Appointed Notary Public.
A. J. Welbora da received his com-d
mission, dated Feby. 18, 1902, entitling,
and authorizing him to exercise the du
Sties of Notary Putblic for the State of C
South Carolina. Mr. Welborn 's resi
dence is Easley township where those in J'
need of his services may find him if he a
is not otherwise engcged, eithier on per
sonal business calling him away from
homne, or in the discharge of his official C
duties aseno of the County Commis- a
Ellim F. Taylor.C
Elimi F. Taylor was born April 18, 3
1845 and died Jan. 2, 1902. He married
Miss Vilanta Li. White Nov. 26, 1878anda
left four children, two of themi girls, Hie
always lived a christian life.
Mr. Taylor died rather suddenly. Hie
was at the depot in Liberty that morning
when the local fre~ighit came and bought
a tick$t for Norris station and as the cab
was some distance up the track he feared
it would start before he got on, and ran
a part of the way and when he got on
the cab he fell, a drummer catching
him. Several inen and the doctor went
to him and took him hes, as he re
quested, and he lived only a few minutes
after they reached home with him at the
Wherens, application has been made
to the Count Board of Edneation of
Piokens conty by written petition ask
lng for an elecion to be held to vote on l
. asu ementary tax for school.proa I
in r Bokschool District F. 19,
and the same has been granted,
Therefore this i to make known to
nll quaflfi electors in Cedar Book
sohool Disttict No. 19, that an eleotion
will be held on Saturday, March 22d,
19o2, at the Cedar Book school House
to vote on the proposed twto two (2) mill
levy for school purposes,
"At said election thefBoard of Trustees
sball sot as managers and the election
shall be cof4act as is provided by law
.for the conduet of general eleotion,"
Se . iler.
3rawn and Posted Under the New Law.
Graad Jurors Spring Term 1902.
B. J. Johnson, Elliott Williams, Z.
. Mauldin -W. Bennett Jones, R. B.
Jhild. Jeff L. Cox, A. B. Tally, Jr., W.
V. Aiken, C. H. Carpenter, S. 0. Skel
on, C. T. Martin, J. . Morgan Ed
larriok J D. Holder, Joel H. Miller,
J. 3. Liaou, W. B. Lawrence and 0. E.
John W. Thomas, Allen K. Eden., E,
:. Perry, W. C. Bishop, W. V'. Norris,
ohn Looper, W. A. A. Arnu.4, John
. GIliespie, Lee Hunt, I. D. Rice,
lark F. Williams, W. N. Cochran, L.
I. Dalton, Rob't. T. Stewart, Foremna
rince, R. F. Lenhardt, John Oistrap,
oseph Chastain, John W. Sheriff, A.
r. Hendricks, William Crenshaw, F. K.
[olliday, Thos. A. Hendricks, B. F.
iemley, L. F. Moore, Alfred P. Alexan
or, W. N. Hughes, A. T. Winchester,
0. W. McDonald, Leroy Chamblin, J.
0. Simmons, D. F. Hendricks, B. A.
lowen, Jacob Gillespie, Harvey Wel
orn and J. F. Moon.
Whereas, on the 16th of August, last,
ad since our last quarterly conference
)r this circuit, God, in His in infinite
isdom has seen proper to call from the
eues of the Church Militant to the
ialalties of the Church Triumphant our
snerable, brother, Jesse Ellis, and,
hereas, by his death, the community
as lost a most worthy citizen whose ex
nple was uplifting and inspiring to
1 people of his acquaintande, and the
iurch has been deprived of a faithful,
alous worker and his faithful compan.
in has lost a devoted hueband and his
jildren, a loving father, while we have
I lost a friend, and
Whereas, we desire to give some testi.
,ony of our appreciAtion of the excel
ut charactor and exemplary, ohristian
ilk of our deceased brother.
Be it Resolved by this the Fourth
uarterly Conference of Pickens circuit,
atin the death of Brother Jesse Ellis,
1 are admonished of the uncertainty of
o, yet by his example we are assured
a true and lasting reward for the
Resolved farther: Tkat it is the sense
this conference that, by his death, the
iurch has oat one of her most conse
ated members and the community one
her most exemplary citizens.
Resolved further: That the sympa
ies of this conference be extended to
a widow and children and to his other
lative, and that a copy of these resoln.
mes be spread upon the minutes of this
Done in Conference this 25th day of
J. B. WILsoN.
J. L. 0. THOMPeON, 8eo'y.
February came thundering in and
ent thundering out with heavy rains,
igh winds and hail. Rail covered the
round here but no damage was done.
That one mud hole is still very much
i evidence, very much enlarged and
insiderably deeper. The roads are
omewhat like the road in Arkansas the
inatter described to the Arkansas trav
er; he said "there was a slough just
rer there with a fust rite road about
x feet under there boggy enough to
aire a saddle blanket, to." and just
iwed on his old fiddle.
Something will have to be done soon
people can't travel if the rain contin
is. We have rock in abundance that
ill do more good in the mud holes than
the cotton patches.
Miss Onie Johnsen who has been visi
ug in Georgia and Florida returned
me Saturday 22nd nIt.
C. B, Hogood after being on the sick
at for over a week, returned to Clemson
Miss Kate Merck of Georgia is visit
ig relatives here this week.
Miss Effle Richardson of Anderson
munty and Miss Lizsie Richandson of
iberty were guests of Mrs. James
!yatt Saturday and Sunday.
W. M. Richardson, M. D. who hias
amn practioing his profession in Mar!.
nd is visiting friends and relatives in
is and Anderson counties. He was
icst of Mr. James Wyatt Sunday.
Prospects are very flattering for the
tablishment of a creamery at this place.
oday, Monday, a large part of the capi
I stock is already guaranteed, and the
Ilance is almost assured, Mr. 8. 0.
oigt of Illinois, a successful and prac
oald dairyman is at the head of the en
rprise, and it no doubt will be estab
Miss Alma Brigga of Spartanburg was
as honred guest of Miss Pearl Johnson
uiring the early days of last week.
Thirty three men was the City Guards
nntribution to military day in Charles
mn on Feb. 22scd. The guards had a
>lly good time, visiting a splendid show
id got back home ready to go again
hen opportunity offers.
Miss Mary Robinson who attends the
.F. C. visited her parents Saturday
Miss Mittie Bryant visited relatives in
reenvillo last wack.
i!r and Mrs. Miltoni clapp are guests of
Ira. L. C. Folgor.
WVorkmnen are now at work remodeling
ad mtaking additions to the residlence o
[r. William Davis on Pickens ave. The
Ians as prepared, when they are carried
Lut, will convert Mr. D~avis' present re
dence into one of the most beautiful
omos in our town.
MRS. SARAH M AULDIN.
The Light-anugel, who stand# at the
ortals which give entrance to the Chris.
an's Paradise. Stepped aside with all
bo grace of tue Heaven born, and the
pirit of Mrs, Sarah Mauldin passed the
ates and found the fields of life, and
be Master thereof.
3on in 1837 on April the 9th, Mrs.
kfaaldin was 64 years 10 mo. and 19 ds
>f age when she died.
As the wife of Win. A. Mauldin, a
>rominent citizen of this place, she at
raoted and held hosts of peepe Is I the
onds of friendship. An d although the
ast two years of her lifo were filled with
>ain and weakness, She firmly held her
aith; and was always the gentle, the
3hristian lady and friend.
For about thirty years she had been a
iseful and honored member of the P'res.
>yterien Churoh, and within its walls
ni Saturday at 8, p, w, the pastor of this
hburoh, Itev. T. H. Miedd, assisted by
he pastors of the ister churches, eon
earated her body to await the resurrect.
on neorn, The interment was made, ira.
nte upon the conaclusion of the
erriou in urch, in the Easley oem.
lrs Mauldin is survived bYher bus,
,and Win. A, ?Mauldi, as alo b7 onel
o '4It4 ,
The roads are almost too bad, in ti
section, for travel.
Snow, fifteen inches deep, caused on
pension of work among us.
Messrs. Wilton Watson and Ton W
llama, of Anderson, were guests at M
J. H. Claytons Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs Wade Williams and Robs
Obilds were visitors at the home of Z. I
Smith Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robertson visit<
Mr. Robertson's mother last week.
Feby. 22, 1902. '.
Our health, generally speaking,
A child of R. P. Addington has bee
very sick but is better.
A chikd of Wm. Hamilton got bad]
Uncle Wood Garrison's horse, aged a
years is dead.
Chicken thieves have been amoug um
They stole 11 hens from T. 0. Spence
in two nights and they also took 8 fro[
Wm. Murphy (col) and all of Mr. Yount
W. D. Massiugale is off to the exposi
Very little farm work has been don
so far. Fall oats a.ze practically gon
and wheat sorry. One good, big crol
of cotton and the farmers will be goner
too. Uncle Joe.
This section was visited by a sever
wind and rain storm on the evening and
night of the 27th Feby, heavy lighten
ing and thunder accompanied the storm
A new post office has been established
at the house of Philip Chapman, Esq
on the lower part of Big Eastatoe, the
title of the office will be "Eastatoe.'
The offlos is very much needed in thal
Mr. Daniel Winchester has been con
flued to his room the past week witt
Mr. Andy Gray died on the night of
26th Feby, age not known. He was an
old citizen of this section, and had been
sick with pneumonia for two weeks. He
was buried at the Nimmons burying
ground on the 28th. Mr. Gray was i
member of Eastatoo Baptist churob.
Mr. and Mrs. A. ''. Winchester visi.
ted the family of M. D. Cantrell lasi
Saturday and Sunday.
A. T. Winchester went to Pickens lasi
Thursday and the rain and high wate,
bound him over to Maj. J. M. Stewart'a
T. C. Aughinbough, of Tennessee, an
itinertant, who has been oanvassing thi
county with a map of United States and
South Carolina, is now delivering the
The extended mud hole reaches,
think from one end of the road to th
other. T. 0. N.
Miss Nannie Welborn visited at th
home of Mr. W. F. Philip on the Andel
son side last week.
On aooount of the snow our school a
Rocky Knob was suspended last week.
The Rev. Mr. Martin, pastor of th
Corinth Baptist church, has changed th
preaching day from the second Sunda
to the fourth Sunday afternoon,, at
The family of Mr. Thompson Lesle
are down with the measles. The buib
is very sick as it was just gettlng well <
On last Monday night your correspox
dent visited the family of Mr. JohnW
born, near Flat Rock church- His fan
ily are all down with the measles.
Little J., the infant son of Mr. an
Mrs. John Welborn, died about 2:2
o'clock Tuesday morning. The liteon
seemed to suffer intense pain, but hi
sufferings have all ceased now. He wa
buried the day following his death i
Flat Rock church. The family is bein
attended by Dr. Gilliland.
Mr. Furman Johnson who was shc
through the hand Christmas, has starte
to the three and twenty school. Hi
hand hoe not healed up entirely, and w
think it a wise thing in him starting t
school as it is not likely he will be abl
to do much work soon.
Mrs. Nancy Henderson, mother of Ma
John Henderson, is very sick. Dr. Ema
sell is attending her.
Miss Jeffie Welborn accomrnanied h:
her brgther, visited Mr. Johni Davis, ~ii
the estern part of Easley township las
Saturday and Sunday. They attende<
church at Antioch Sunday morning
Everything seemed to be full of life o:
that side, and they enjoyed it so we]
they will be wanting to go again.
Nrr. Z. N. Mullinix called on his be.
girl last Sunday p. mn. down on th
Brushy Creek side. Hurrah I for Z. N.
Little Nina Lesley, daughter of Mr
Frank, Lseand granddaughter a
Mrs. Jasper Lesley, created quite sensa
tion last Wednesday afternoon in attemp
ting to visit her grandmother alone whi
lives not far off. She mnissed her wa'
and was lost. When found she was i
a field near by asleep.
Mr. W. A. Ellison and Samuel Sit
are v issiting friends and relatives in tb
Six Mile section this week.
Turkey Knob Items.
Turkey Knob is standing solid as eve
notwithstanding we were visited with'
heavy rain and wind sterm on last Fr
day night which dislocated some of th
pasture fences and broke off some of t11
old apple trees. The rain was yer
heavy and washed the lands pretty ba
in some places.
Bluoh Lewis whose house was burne
sometime ago, hns rebuilt on the sanm
site and is very nicely fixed in his no
house. Buch lives at the same plac
on whieh his great-graund father settle
nearly one hundeed years ago.
The road question is not satisfactora
we need a number of Good Roads Oo:
ventions where able bodied men mne,
with mules and plows, shovels, hosi
axes and pick., and as Josh Blilling
said by breaking a young mule, "go
it with blood in your eye, go to work I
win and win." It is hoped however tha
the conviete together with commnutatic
tax and (he work of those who do n<
pay the tax, will keep our public bigI
ways in fair oondition.
Some of our farinpts are hauling fe
tilisers in the moud,'others are waitla
for the March winds to dry the roads.
I believe most of our people are in
good humor and that is a good indie
lion of snoeu,. The old adage saj s y<
know that "Grumbler. never mend at
mendera newer grumble,"
The undersigned has, apeued an ,
gpgate a blaekemith shopgi 1&,T
Ms'so ald dora 200* I ank ns
48 On Wednesday, 19th of Feby.,
Tally Clark was married to Miss N
a. Roper at the residenoe of the bri
graud-fsther, Mr. J. E. Roper, I
l. Andy Whitmire performed the c
Mr. John Medlin was married to I
rt Corbin on Sunday the 23rd ult., at
y residence of Rev. H. L. Fortner, q
d Mr. John F. Burgess, of the Mon
han Mills lotf another child on the 2!
uit. Whil;1.U was, one .to bury
little son,. ,* i. e11 n ytn rs, his baby,.
en months. d ed.. It was buried
is Sunday 23rd 4 .Oofenoy church.
wife and another child were seriou
ill at the time.
u Mess. W. B. and Martin Jones h
the contruct for building D. F. Sat
Y land's store house near Mica and v
soon have it completed.
Messrs Forrest Ponder and Rup
Thomas, two popular young men of]
onsville, visited friends in this sooti
r on the 23rd.
A heavy storm passed ov,
i Oolenoy valley Thursday night, 27
inst, the river being over the botto
next morning. Reuben Burgess,
crossing early in front of Sutherlan
store, came near heving his mi
drowned. He was driving a mule to
buggy and leading anoth
hitched to a wagon, the mule to t
wagon fell or stepped into a hole a
went under. Mr. Burgess jumped
and out it loose and succeeded in kee
ing its hea 4ove water until it got
its feet. The bad condition of this roo
makes it dangerous to cross. when i
water is out.
Feby. 28. 3.
As I have not seen anythiDg from th
section in quite awhile I shall try an
interest you with the news.
Our little "town" is progressing nio
ly , several stores are going up. -Mr. I
L. Jonee has opened up a full line <
dry goods and groceries at the "Looper
Mrs. Howard. wife of 0. Howard die
Faiday evening and was buried at CroE
Roads Sunday. She was a christsia lad
and leaves a number of friends and re
atives to mourn her death.
The health of our community is ver
good with the exception of a few oas
Mr. Henry Looper, from Spartanburi
and Messrs Will and Bird Looper,
Greenville, spent a few days with frien
and relltives hero last week.
Misses'1ea 1Iins,'Leila Farmer an
Phledo Fendley. visited the family of N
W. F. Bright, last Thursday.
Miss Madge Williams, of Campobell
who has been assisting in "Maynar
High School" will leave for her home
a few days. She haa a host of frieu<
and relatives who will regrut her depar
ure, but we hope to hauve her in our ne
sehool as she has won the love of all i
The many friends of Miss Janie Brig
will be pleased to know that she will
t at home in a few days. after seve:
mouths teaching at Praters.
Bad weather and bad roads were I
0 general topic until the Tillman-McLI
y rin fight. V.
8 Feby. 28.
7A severe storm passed through t:
seotipn Thursday uight the 27th in~
fleavy wind and rain and the thun<
-and lightning continued through I
-. night, but no serious damages was dc
.that we have heard of.
Messrs D. F. Hendricks and Tom Si
mona, of this place, visited friends
0 Taylor's last week and report a vi
e pleasant time.
5 The Olga post office that was esti
a lished at Rev. J. E. Foster's five ye
t ogo with Miss Millie Foster post n
i tress has been moved to 11. M. Foste,
with Mrs. B. M. Foster, P. M1.
t J. B. Featherston went to Pickens
I business Thursday.
* W. T. Batson, of Greenville, visil
relatives here last week.
Mrs. J. E. Foster and son Charl
who have been sick for the last t
.weeks, we are glad'to say are able to
3. M..Q (wynna, passed through here li
week pin is way to Dacuaville to atte
rne aasco pri Lagnem School house.
t Feby. 28. More Anon
* Glassy Mountain Items.
Farmers are getting very anxious
do some farm work on their farms, as
is getting spring time.
W. T. Bowen, Jr., who has been o
flued to his room for sometime wi
rheuimatismi, has recovered and is at
- ogt eos girl again. Don't cot
he to tout, Tiomie or you may take
Miss Lillie A beroromibie has be
dIown with measles, but we are glad
report that she is doing nicely.
Miss Ola Major opened her sohool
Cedar Rock schtool house with thirl
eight students. Miss Ola is an exo
lent teacher and-'the children will
doubt be properly instrtu aid.
Miss Lillian Turner returned hem
last week. .Miss Lillian matde ma
r friends during her stay among us a
a the very much regret to see her leave.
Mrs. Sarah Mauldin, wife of Willie
S Mauldin, of Easley, died ait her hoz
e Friday, Feb. 28, and was buried Mar.
F at Easley cemetery, Shze leave, a hi
LI band and at host of friends to mourn 1I
Mar. 1. The Early Boy,
w ~ Lewis Itemis.
We n..-e a new post ofio. recent
opened here with Jeese J. Lewis as p<
- arm-work is '>eing retarded by
t unfavorable weal ier. We had a hee
', rain and wind-stc .m on the night of I
u 27th. Wheat she Wa some improveme
t sinee the snow melted, though it is et
o siderably thur. The roads (mud ho
I would be a more. appropriate appel
a tion) are praetlially impassible. If
at long is this state-of affairs to last?
~ Clod Hopper
A Card tat Thhnks.
I 1desir $9 aecilly thank all:
friends and relatIveeswho so kindly ra
a Isted t* my wif e uring her last illne
iTheir generous and sympathetIo ass
a no e deeply. oppre atd
When you wake Up with a bad taste
yfo nth, go at one to G. W. E
!it drustpre and get a free sample of ci
mA nee two doses will male yotu a
at~ Thy also oante e bulaaha s t 4e
Mr. The County Commissionere in adding
ttie up the past years work, beg leave t<
le's submit the following statement as ex
WTe. ponses of the County chain gann and the
ro- Poor farm for the year 1901.
We are arranging to put the roads ini
rims better condition, and to do this we wer<
the compelled to be at sonhe oroense in get
Vho 6ing ready to do better work and more
of it. We havo pirceasod 4 good mules,
2 one good road. machine, one road plow
ld and tents; and havo hiired 15 convieto
his from the state at $4 a month each. We
did the best we could last year with a
on few convicts.' We worked about -38
Il miles of road, put the Poor farm in good
condition by terracing, etc.
e Four mules cost, . $ 425.00
One road machino and plow, 277.00
Ive 3 tents for convicts anid umles, 163.00
er- Dieting and guard expOU.es, 611,74
ert Poor farm expenies for 190, inclu
)a- ding salary of Steward, burial expenses,
ou medical attention and provisions, 8844..
0. We found only about ono months
9 r provisions on hant let of Jan. 1901,
th owning to bad crop year in 1900. We
no havo plenty raised on the Poor farin to
in sustain it this year and sonic cotton yet
I's to put on the market, nnd we hope to be
ile able to give you a good report at the
a end of this year.
er Rospecifully sn bIm itted,
dTe. D. STEIIaNS,
in A. J. 'WE1,,,OIN
P' J. M. Stewart,
Clerk of Beard.
Are you projudicod? Ara you
open to conviction? Many people
think it imnpossil)'e to fine a First
d class General Storo in a town of
a this size
Don't you bolievo it I
Because you can bo convinced
there is a First-class General Store
hero by callling on
L. Ross Eaton,
Is CentreI, S. C.
d IWhero you wvill find a fine and
. varied stock of Dry Goods, Dross
Groods and Grocerios.
L. ROSS EATON,
Contral, S. C.
# N OW
would be a good timo to buy some
be Heavy Winter Shoes,
he A FLANNE LS,
Alot of Chidrons' Union Suits,
the 25c kind, only 15c.
Lot of Misses UnioL Suits, worth
35c to closs the lot a 20c.
iis A lot of Ladios Union Suits eas
st. ily worth 50c to cloRe at 38c.
er Men's 11eavy Flcoco Lined Un
hderwear. Heavy work shirts to
Skeep the cold out.
S' EE MY LINE OF SWEATERS!
atLots of Loaded Shell, Shot,
ry Powder, &c., for the Bird Ilunters.
Lots of good things t~o eat. Full
ib- line of grocerios at all ilmes.
Call to see them early and ofen
-A. M. MORRIS,
on Pickens, S.50
W Home 'Phone N e. 24.
be PALL SPECIAL.
When you make presents,
1d( give tasty ones, purchasers
buy good articles.
Pickens kceps silver goods
and jewelry; your presents
tand purchases await your se
Nicely Rolled Plato Lace P'ins, Color
. 0ed Settings, .05
th Solhd Gold Brooches, Ileautif(ul Pat.
leRolled Plate Neck Chains, With Set
rt tings, .15
a Best Gold-Filled Lorgnette Clainos, 2.50
Black Silk Foh~s, (Gold-.Plated Slides, .15
n Gold-Filled WVatch Chains, Plaln and
to Patterned, 8.00
Collar Buttons, separah, e tops,.0
Collar Unttonrs, 1-In g old , .25
at Cuff ButtLons, coloredi SettLinrgs. pai r .05
Y- Cuff Buttons, Gold-Filled, pailr 2.50
d' 14 k Gold Shell Rings, sets9 and pat.
ao Lerns, .';6
Wellworth Bracelet, :1 heart silIver fin
ne ish, .30
sWellworth Bracelet, ;t heanrt goldl tin.
Sterling SIlver Bracelet, Chain and
no Any article in Jewelry pro
1, cured on short notice.
erRogers 1 847 silver goods:
Patterns, Vesta, Columbia,
Berkshire and( Shell Satin.
Forbes Silver Co's., Quadru
lyie Plate Taleware.
atI Yours for trade,
.OW H PICKENS,
be _ ASLEY, 8. C
F~oey 's Honey and Tar
a. for chidren,safo,sure. No oplates.
Poley's Kidney Cure
inakoa kidney8 and bladder rigb4
RA NNE R AkVJ
t. the most heating salve in the world.
es.Ie #js statase 0 C O. Never sold fa bal
atlb *S6t* ofthe dealer whio trios toe,
Qohe 'esthIug juet as gee
,INow is theI
TO BEGIN TO LOOK AFTER
PLOWS, PLOW STOCKS, 511
HAES., TRACES A1 MN
We are Vell supplied wtth Q0e. g'
We have received anotber big ship
Its a caution the way these shoes
howover, as they are known to be I
We have a few overcoats left to
of Harness, Bridles, Saddlos, Buggi
Hardware of every description.
Shingle Mills, Shingle Milli suppli
See us before buying your Gus
nothing but tho best. Our motto i
has boe inl the past, "BEST GO(
PRICES." Your patronage respe
FOLGER & T
Big Shipment of runke just ree eived
FOR EARLY P1
It is worth all it costs to have a
seeds, we have in stoc
Carden and Fai
Hoes, Rakes, Shoves, SpadeS
Hooks, Mattocks, Plows and Plop
Tturners made, \Vheel Barrows,
Machines, and Furniture of all kin
A Nice, New, Clea
HATS SHOES, DRY 80
New Goods Coming in and (
Anything F and
About a Home
WCa We invite all to come and
No trouble to show ti
And wc are better prepared1 t.
Plow Shapes, Iron and Wood Plow~
Chains, all kinds of Disc Plows,
Guano Di~stribu tors, Cotton Planit
We have made extremely l(
goods, and it will pay you to call a
F E RTILI
Big lot of Fertilizer on hai
more to come, Avoid the rush a
Large shipment of Flour, A'
arrive. We are better prepared tlf
both for credit and cash, and can ni
see us. Yours truly,
One Price C
We have just changed the prc
you'should not fail to call and see us i
kind. Our prices aro fixed to $TAY
them oune cent.
....Look at thes4
Men's Vjci Kidl Dross Shoe that W(
$2.00 now going~ n't..
Ladios Dress Shoes that sold for $2
Mon's Rockland Galt Dress Shoe t}
sells for $1.50 but Vfo sold for $1.80
An excellent shoe for men's every<
generally solls $1.J35 to *1,50, our y
Merricks Six Cord Spool Thread t
spool wo now offer for 4c. I) balle of se
regular 6o calico for 5o a yard. All co6
61 a yard. A big lot~of fresh garden se
17 lbs Standard granulated sugar
12 lbs good keg soda for 250,
10 lbs of splendid green ooffeee to
Georgia~ BIbbon Oane syrup, at 40
Tennessee he r 4 made mnelasses at
Genuine home made mnolasses at 4
We del 4liver goods to any part
us produce, Yours truly,
S QCRAIGt B
A TREE8, ACK SAW,
od and the prices are ight,
soll, it is eami1ffhdbrstood
he best shoes made for the
go for a song. Dig' stock
a and Wagons to g6 cheap.
Blelting, Emory wheels,
ne and Acid-we handh
a to be in the future as ft
)DS AT REASONABLU
all sizos. Prices 50o to $7.0.
good garden. Besides *e
k the necessary
Forks, Bush Hooks, Briar
Stocks, Best Steel Beama
Iron King Stoves, Sewing
ds, Pretty Styles.
.n Stock of
ioing out Every Day.
look through our rooms.
irough our stock.
18 H ERE!
meet your wants in Steel
Stocks. Trace and Wagon
Disc H-arrows, Cultivators,
rs, Side H-arrows, &c.
>w prices on this class of
nid inspect our line.
id for corn and cotton and
ndi come and get wvhat you
reat, Sugar, Coffee, &c., to
an ever to meet your wants
iake it pay you to come and
m1 our1 ent iro line of shoes and
.'hen ini nood( of anything of the
1m( wo wvill not idoyiato., from
sold1 strict,Iy for
- ,* $1.862
.00 now g'ingast $ 1,71,
now going at . $ 1.21,
lay wear that
nat We~ .have always sold oc a
wing thread for 5o. 1.000 yards
ors and indigo bluo calico for
edjtst'receivod, 50o a paper or
a por galln,
33 peir galloU.
of the town) promntv. flein.