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THURSDAY, APRIL 17 1902.
Local and Personal.
-Read calls of Presidents demo
cratic clubs.
-See call of W. T. O'Dell, coun.
ty chairman.
-E. Foster Keith announces for
Auditor this week.
-Mrs. B. Craig Baker is quite
sick with Inmoniiiiia.
-Mr.-G. I. Hendricks announ
ces for Treassurer this week.
-Dr. \W. F. Austin, Dentist,
(vill be in Easloy, Apr. 22 and 23.
-Rev. B. Holder will preach at
Secona church noxt Sunday at 3
o'clock ). Iml.
-Quarterly Conforence for North
Pickens eircuit will be held Friday
18.
Some very (ine pigs one month
old for sale $2.50 onch.
I vy M. Mauldin.
-W. A. Christopher son of ox.
Auditor, N. A. Christopher, if as
sisting Treasuror Chapman.
-E. G. McAdamis, a successful
young attorney of Anderson, was
in Pickens Tuesday on profession
al )usiess.
-.J. Douglas Jonkins, attorney,
went over to Greenville Monday to
look after his cases in the IJnited
States Court.
-We print this week the consti
tution of tho domocratic party of
South Caroliia which might be
rea( to alvantage.
-1-. [. Rankin, the genial rep
resentativo of the Greenville News,
spent Monday night and Tuesday
in Pickens in the iierests of his
paper.
-Hramp Rowland, convicted at
the last term of court on the
chargo o biga imy, has ben pard
oned by tie (Governor, and releas
ed.
-All Methodist in Pickens cir
Cuit please take lotico that the see
ond (uiarterl y Conforference 1902
will bt held Saturday .19th inst.,
at Betleh1em.
-We are are glad to note that
Miss Josi. Earle, daughter of Mr.
Jame I W. Earle, is improving.
She has been very low with pnen.
MIllia.
--The County Commissioners'
oflico is a busy place Those gen
tlemen are working to get every
thinrg in ti p-top shape1. MIaj. Stew
art. Clork, is giving theni most val
unble help.
-T wo ir fortunato children, for
s0om1 dlays conitinedL ini jail, wereC
carri oh to thle Asylum Tul~esday,
they havinig be-m adjudged proper
subhjects 'or subjects for treatment
ini t hat ins~tiitn ion. Their names
are are Willie and Lodie Couch.
---J, E. Boggs and J. D. Jenkins
have formald a partnership for
the practico of lawv at Pickens. Mr.
Jonkirns has move I to Pickons and
enterod up]oni the work of the new
firm whose oflico is over the Pick
ens Bank.
-Ther~li Piekenis County Singing
Convention wvill convene with
HetlIehemi Methodist chiurch one
mile south of Pickens C. HL., on
Satu rda.y beufore tho fourth Sunday
in April at. 10 o'clock a. mn. The
change is made on accounit of the
quar~iteorly con ference at Zion.
-The peop)hle are going to the
oxposit Ii. n and who g aret urn with
nothinog buit p)raiso, for Chiarlestou
andl th bi)I 1 show. Duiring the
presentI week, the following were
a monig t ho expoit ion
visitors: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mor
ris, Edlgari and Furman Morris,
Mrs. B. I0. Girandy and Lloyd
Graniny, Sherillt' .J. HI. U. McDanI
il,10 IG . Mclaiol, ''Bubba' ' Mc
1Danijel anid MTiss Sal lie McDaniel,
Dr.~ and Mrs Webb, E. Hlamp
Craig, lIen ~ ha Ioonu andl .J. T- Rich -
cy.
(ow of thle lait e ( ideon McWhorter,
dliel at the home of her son, WAm.
McWhoerteri, near' Sandy Springs
Ander isonI l iont*y, Api Sc8h aged
' r varis, and(1i w it br ied at Sandy
Springs thle day following, the
fur l si ervices bin ug condu tcted b~y
Rov, lI eardleni. She leaves only
ono chihlh, Wmi~, Mc\Vhorter, 0120
sister, Mrs Ilarniet S mith and two
br'other~s J1. W. and( Stephen A.
Ma~j .jr. She. had b( eeni for abhout G0
yearPs a consisteint member of tho
Mr. J1. Dneghi .JenkhIs.
WVo cli!p the following from the
G reeniwoodl Journal , and with
pleoasure give it space in this paper:
Mr.. J. D)ouglas Jenkins, a young
lawyer whoir has been here six
mont hs assistinig 1F. B. Grier, Esq,
with his ollico work, goes to Pick.
ens today andiil vlI be associated in
the prat ici of law with Julhus E.
Ilogg.u, lasi , at that lace.
M r. JenIinniu is . from Colleton
county and is a relative of General
Micah .Jonkins, who was killed at
the h att lo of' the Wilderness. We
regret that Mr. Jenkins could not
find i t t~o h is interost to remain here
as lie ie an excellent young man
whose amitfi.onI is worthy and
on~rac nim is higch. Solicitor Boggs
on hay
he town
heir gain
Josepa Vrebman, died at her hom<
thiee miles South of Pickens Court
House, on April 10th 1902, at 6
o'clock p. m., and the remains. vere
laid to rest beside her husband at
Cross Roads church on Saturday 12th
inst., Revs. J. E. Foster and W. C.
Seaborn conducting the funeral sor
vices. Death was not unexpected by
relatives and intimato friends, as she
had been in failing health for some
time. She was 73 years old. She
leaves eight children, four sons and
four daughters; Win. Freeman, of
Arkadelphia, Ala., Morton, Thomas
ni d Prof. B. F. Freeman, of Pickens,
Mrs. ). T. Hutchins, of Liberty, Mrs.
A. A. Moon, Misses Eva and Josie
Freoman, of Pickens, besides numer
ous other relatives and friends to
mourn the loss of a friend and mother.
She was a membr of Secona Bap.
tist church, a true christian, strong
in faith and ever ready to lend a help
ing hand to those that might, by the
laws of nature, have been unfortunate
in any way.
Her husband died about tventy
eight years ago, and she, with her
own labors, supported and reared her
small children to anian and woman.
hood.
Surrounded by her children, she
was perfectly resigned to meet her
Maker. In sadness we say that not
often do wo fully appreciate the noble
ness in christian spirit like hers, until
it is gone.
To the bereft, we extend our heart
felt sympathy, and may the example
and influence for good, as set by this
dear mother, help us onward to that
eternal resting place prepared for
those that (lie in the faith of Jesus.
She has met and filled every duty,
both physical and divine. Now, may
we, with like faith and idelity, con
ply with the Groat Architect, and at
last reach home -yes, home forever
more.
Yes, lear inother, we will inis- thee.
Anld imrtinig filled al S withI p,
Iust .lestim jromises th it agiiti w 'el seo thee
Alt tiihat our loss 'twats ileavit s gaiti.
Oh ildear mother, we will illisM thee,
Thy work is dono, tliy tritils last,
MLny .Jestis lie3p uK to follow thee
'liat we mity reatch that homie iat list.
Yes. uear mother, we will mii thee,
liit *twin notl 6e for lon,,
Uitil we hope to seo atrii * greet thee
A id Join thee ill that lieaveilly thrng.
Oh' dear ixother, We will ar iss thee,
itut cirist, ils lovei 'nos Vill i t sever,
Againt 1nay we bue m1-I kliow tlve
W here piirting will ie tno inure-ini iever.
A Friend.
EASLEY.
V. A. Howard and F. E. Pick
ens of Southern Iy., spent Sunday
im visiting at the holies of their
parents.
Cadets Edward Bowen and Earl
Miller spent Saturday and Sunday
at homes of their parents. They
say it is a treat to get home oc,
cassionally, where rations are pre
pared somewhat out of the line of
sameness which characterizos col
loge fare.
Ernest L. Hlamilton who is en-.
gaged with Bowen Lumber Co., of
Norris came up Saturday and
sp~ent Sunday wvith his parents.
The K. of P. Lodge went through
with a rush on the night of the 8th
inst.
Twenty odd memnbers is the
strength of this new Lodge. At
lanta, Greenville, Anedorson and
Seneca sent delegatiuons of their up
to dlatu knmghts to help the boys
water the goat that wears K. P.
Horns. They succeeded admira
bly, and the goat was fully satis
fied along near 5 a. ma. the morn
ing of the 9th.
C. G. Voigt and faimily ~ arestop
ping at the Easloy hotel. Mr.
Voigt. as Gehneral Manuager of Eas
Iey Creamery Company, will make
this place his home. Coining as
he (d0es to engaige in a new enter,
prise, Mr. Voigt should have the
great good will and1( the supplor-t of
all who favor and Josiro the esta
blishment of now indultstries iln this
section.
Sunday mor~ning 6th inist at 7,25
Mrs. Carolina I. Clyde wife of J.
B. Clydo passed away. Mrs. Clyde
had boon a sufferer from hoart fail
ure for soveral months and her
(death wvas not tiunexpected. In
February :1834 on the 18th (day Mrs.
Clyde was born, being at her death
68 years 1 me., and 18 days of age.
Mrs. Clyde was greatly esteemed
b~y all who knew her, and her many
friends heartily mourn her. deatth.
She is survived by three daughillter's,
Mrss. Hliggins,Bal lard and Kirksey.
On Monlday afnmoon at 3
o'clock Reva. Ilmot. tlnd Wiggins,
in the presence of a large cong rega
tioni of friends antd relativus ef the
deconsed, held the fuirneral se vics
in the M. E. , Church, aftterwardls
the remains wereC laid to re~st ini
Easley Cemetery.
Mal a.
We had a large frost Tuesday
night but the fruit ls not killed
yet.
Farmeors are maiking ratpid prog.
ross farming. Sonme of themt have
planted cor.
Mr. and Mrs. Rt. TI. Hlallums
moved out on their farm Ilast
week.
Miss D~aisy and Ralph)1 ltoroughls
were thle guests at Mr. lH. T1. Hatl
lumns last Truesdlay evenling.
Mrs. Sue Robertson, Mrs. lola
Parrott and children visiti d Miss
Caroline Claytoin the first Sunday.
Messrs. Willie and Olin Clayton
visited relatives iln Andlerson last
P'aturday and Sunday.
S.
Wanted.
All kinida of watches and Jewelry to
repair. Wpi and pricas guaranteadc.
N, W ER
ouutiue MALu liigln Urylg va".
have dried off the lands and far- s
mors got in a good week's work t
last week and many of them plan
ted a good portion of their crops, r
both corn and cotton. Fruit trees t
are not all in bloom; this seems
the latest spring on record. The ]
peaches have not been seriously in.
jured, notwhithstandiug mercury
dropped one degree below freezing
one night last week.
Ve notice Andrew Norris has s,
returned from Birminghan, Ala, n1
where lie went to sook his fortune
last fall.
Cliff Parsons knight of the Tele- (I
graph Key, of Georgia, is visiting V
among relatives.
To Charleston andDallas to Old
Soldier reunion is the talk with i
many our citizens. i
M. A. ]Boggs and S. 1) Stewart
attnded Presbytery lat week. Ow
ing to Presbytery being in session,
there was no preaching here Sun, t
da y. ti
From the crowd that passed here
yesterday, to and fron Flat Rock
the all (lay singing must have been
well attondIed.
Dr. Smith has been quite sick al
the past week. C. S.
Apr 14. 13
Norris.
i
We are having some fine weath- v
or now and the farmers are inak
ing good uso of their time putting
in guanio, planting corn and cot' d
ton seed. g(
Thore alre several Cases of st
measles and whooping cough inl ac
and around here. ti
Miss Lucy Garvin, of Central, n
is visiting her sister here this
week. v(
Miss Margaret Johnston who y<
lives tear here and who has for (
some time been in failing health ac
for some time has passed from fc
this world to tie place of rest. J<
Sho was -ibout 5" years old. She c(
died A pril, 5th and was buried the d<
day following at. the ol (I Johnston 01
cemetery neair home. She was a J(
consistent inemh-r of tho Metho- h<
dist, church for a ntiumber of years. Ie
She leaves six brothers and sisters se
and a host of friends and relatives se
to mourn lier loss.
W heat and eats are growing f
and spreading nicely now.
Fatrmrer.c
Sherif.
Rev. V. E. \Wiggins f!Iod his n
regular appointment at Zion tl
church last Sunday and delivered g
an excellent sermon from the first ii
verso of the CXX[, Psalm. IC
We have a good Sunday School
at Zion church now with 85 pupils d<
enrolled and Mr. J. J. Cantrell as f
Superintendent t.
Priof. J. B. Vaughn from Bow.. ti
man Ga., is to be with us at the c
County Singing Conivention'~ which S
convenes at Zion church the fourth alf
Sunday of this mnonih. He desires i
to meet all his P'ickens county hi
friends and we hope everybody f
wvill come to the cconventlion. Prof. ft
Vaughn is one of the sweetest Ci
singers we~ have over heard andi no0 o
one will regret coming to 01ld Zion
to hear him sinig. We are expec. as
ti.ig a grand time at the conven- 11
lion and are making homes for the
mainy delegatcs that we are look. 1n<
ing for- at
Mr. and Mrs L. K. Dixon, of
Pied mont, visited3( at A, J1. Wel,
bon' last Sunday.
Mr. and Mr's. .J. A. Wyatt visi
ted friends and relatives of this
commuiinity Iast week.
Commissioner A. J. Welborn has r
gone to Greenville to serve as petit CU
juror at the Unilted States Court. I>
Prof. J1. F. and John M. Lesley ~
attended the association which met
at .Flat Rock last Sunday and ro, Ei
port a grandl time. it
Chatter Box. eu
News is scarce as people have all i
CottLon phlantin g is the order of ov
the (lay with a great many of our
farmeris, though some think it is
too (arly andl are p1lntin g ltheir
coir) inistea'd, t
Col . R. I. I son cin is in at ten- i
dance at the PI rosby tery wh ich is
no0w ini sossiont at A bbeville. e
Miss Ola WVillIiamIs, of our see- f
tion, is visiting relatives in Green,
villec, will retu rn home Sunday.
The health of A. B. Kay is ap
puarontly on te declino according
to hiis k nowledge but let us hope !
that lie will recover.!
Ouri Sunday School at George's p<
Crook pt on new life again last gi
Sabbath, at which time E. E. Perry a~
was elected to suiceced T.' T. Bar
toii as Superintenident. Let us8
make an effort to have a good
schiool.
Tlheo young people of our vicinity
spent (lie afternoon very pleas.
antly at the home of Mr. anid Mra.
E. F. Perry in singing and conver
sar-ion, They ar~e indeed a hospita- w
bWe people and know how to enter- i'
tain~ their guests. n
Candidlatoe! Where are you? E
We are looking for you but you p:
scom1 to comlo kmndly as the Lubri- tai
cat ing oils on the spindle, "a drop a
at the tio."
Shorty.
F'or Sale,.
My flue youug thoroughbred Jack, C
g ood sizo, six years old,',a o o writo
for termsl to, A. 0, Sutherland
chool at Rock. She has been
eaching five months.
Misses Rachel and Hattie Hiar
is, Lula Anderson, Ida and Ber
io Hendricli, Belle Edens, accom
anied by Quincy Edens are ta
ing in the exposition this week.
Messrs. Robt. L. Jones and L. A.
toper went to North Crrolina last
eek and brought back Oharley
ohnson, the negro charged with f
) much stealing, - in this settle- c
kent.
Mr. Wade Chastain arrested a
egro by the name of Bobo and
elivered him to a constable fron r
'oodruff, S. C. He is charged 6
ith stealing a bale of cotton there. t
:e has been making his home on -
ppor Odlenoy for some time and
was suspected that he had done
>m16 mischief. ' b
Mrs. M. Hendricks and daugh- 1
r, Lenora will start to Texqs in a
w days. They will spend some
me there visiting relatives and
iends.
Everybody in our settlement
ems to be be enjoying good
-alth.
A large crowd attended services J
Oolonoy the first Sunday. Rov.
A. McDaniel delivered an able
rinon. The Sunday-school there
taking on new life as Spring ad- tl
nces. -S.
3
Six Mile.
We havo had few spring lilo i
tys and the farmers are making
>od use of their time. Some are di
ill in the guano business, and k
ine are done for this year. But S
io best time for the dealor will be
>xt fall. P
The health of our community is .
,ry good at this time, althoughi
mur scribe and wife have boen un
wnthe weather some time with
methitng like the grip. I an very
Ind of icading the news in thOe
)urnal frorm diflerent parts of the
mnty through your corrospon
mts. It gives an idea of how
ir county is progressing. The
)uirnal is a welcome visitor in our
>mCs. We road it all, Bill Arp's
tior too. I think if I know my
If aright as one that wants to
- our grand old country
>ne to the front in the way of
rming and manufacturing.
Wo want. a man to run a first,
ass store at the Mci). Farmer old
and, as it will be a public place
i he near future. A fine roller
kill whore you can get, good flour,
ion a good store to buy your
3ods. It is the beat stand in
West Pickens, so come on and a
ok at the situation.
And again, we want a good
>ctor in our part of this county
~r they are scarce and to set up
first class dirug store 'in colnec-.
n with a good dry goods and gro- a
ry store, the way is open for.
mie one to make money, and
ain an oil mill is what we need
our country. There are men 1
re who would give the grounid
ir one, some one will say it is too
r~ from the R. R. Build all such (
terprises and the R. R. will
lie to it.
We are afraid the fruit is killed
we had ice this and yesterday
orninig and the lloomfl quite sick. 0]
I will tell your readers in my
at of other enterprises we want ci
id need ini west Pickenas.
Old Coins.
A VALUABLIE MEDICINE. t
FOR COUGHII(AND COLDS 1N
Ihve (HILDREN.
"haenot the slightest hesitancy in
?otmmondinig Chamberloin's Couighit
amnedy to aill who are suffering from
nghis or cols, says Chias. M. Cramer,
s9..* a well known watch maker, of
dlombo, (Ceyloni. "'It ha~s been1 some0 V
o years since tihe City Disponsary fh-at G
lied my attention to this valuable med
noC and1 1 have repieatedly used( it and
bm:; always been~t beneficial. It has
red1 me quickly sfitall chosi colds. It
especiahlly effetivo for chiilreni and sel
mn takes more thanii 01n0 bottle toer
'm oif hloarsheness, I have porsuadedl
mty to try this valuable medicine, antd
:ay are all asH well pleased as myself -
t'.u the result,"' For sale by (G, WV.
tir l ruggist.
NOTICE. at
Thle Daoimusville Dem~tocratic chibi will a1
Vt ati ~Looper's Git on Saturday 26th l.
y of April 19)02, at 2 o'clock p. mn., for ce
(: purpose5 (f'reorgaiing the said1 club of
d1 electinig delegates to the county cotu
ntioon whiich meets at Pickenis ou tho
W. WV. F. BRI(GIIT y'
P residlentt.
AtIin)1 ~tion ecratic Chtnbs. d
All Dlemo(cratic Chlbs are nlotifiedl to
(eet tat their respectable places of tmeet
g on thme 4th Saturday iln A pril,the 26th t
st, at 3:30 o'clock p. mn. for the pur- P
>5o of re-organizing and~ electitng dele- I
uteii to a (Coumnty Conventiotn to be held 03
Pic'kons, C. 11. on the 1st, Motnday in 0
ny to aittonid to buinosa0. of Democraitio
rt~y for Pickens county,
W. TI. O'Dell,
Co., Chm,. a
D)EARtFUL ATTACK OF WHCIOP
ING COUGH.
Mrs. Ellen Hlarlison, of 300 Park Ave, 5
antsas City, Mo., writes as follows: it
Duir two children had a sovere atttack of
hloopjing cough, onie of them ini the
iroxysm of coughinig wouldl often faint
id blood at the, nose. We tried every- I
1mg we beard of without getting relief. y
ro then cilled in our familIy doctor who bi
recribecd Foley's Honey and1( tar. WVith
te ve-ry first (lose they b~egan to improve
id we feel that it his saved their lives.
ef use substitutes. Bolt & Thornley
ickens, Chapman & Callahan, Liberty.
Try Chamberlain' Stoacli & Liver
abletn, the best physio. For sale by y
-4W, arle
--rn yore00iMM4 4%
RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENT FOR
OFFICE.
All County offics, each, - - $5.00.
Magistratos, - o" 2.50.
All other oflices, " - 5.00.
The abovo prices aro invariably IN
LDVANCE.
FOR TREASURER.
I hereby aniounco imlyself a coudidate
)r tho oflico of Treasurer for Pickeus
mnty, sulbject to the nctioni of 1h do.
iooratic primry. 0. I. Hendricks.
F"OR TRE~ASURER.~. H
Tho friends of Jamos M. Lawrenco ti
'Spectfully anniounce him1 0.4 candidato
ir Treasurer for Pickoens cmnly, tjb
vt to the action of tho demnocratie vo
re at the coming primary.
FOR AUIr'r .
The friends of E. Foster Keith hero. wi
y alnOunco u 'is a 011an1dii"0to for the bc
1e1 of Auditor stiubijet to tho action of
to democratic party at the coming pri
ary olection.
N
0ow SO)
ould be a good tino to Iy mofne
Heavy Winter Shoes,
EANS,
FLANNE LS,
01l'IN(S
A lot of Childrons' Union Suits,
to 2,5 kind, only 15c.
Lotof Misses Uniot Suits, worth
>c to closs the loti a 20,.
A lot of Ladios Union Suits eas
y worth 50c to closeo at. 38c.
Mon's Heavy Fleeco LAined Un- E
rwoar. Ieitvy work shirts to
30P the cold out.
E MY LINE OF SWEATERS!
Lots of Loadod Shells, Shot,
awdor, &c., for tho Bird H1unters.
ts of good things to eat. Full
)e of grocerios at all tins. It
Call to see thom early and ofen
A. M. MORRIS,
Pickons, S. 0 (
kW-Homo 'Phone No. 24.
feb22tf.
t
VEST END M
4 DRUG STORE. H
IREENVILLE, S. C.,
Prescriptions filled promptly
nd satisfaction guaranteed.
lost up-to-date line of toile
rticles in the city.
;entrals 1
tore.
Are yout prejud( icod1? A ro you
eni to conviction? Maniy peoplo ,th
iunk it impossil e to fine a Flirst-l ha
ass General Storo ini a towna of a
uls siZe
D~on't, y'ou beli evo it !
Becauso you canI 0 C~ h Vconiced
lero is a First-class General Store
are by callIi ng on
Central, S. C.
Whoro you will find1 a fine and cc
Iried Stock of D ry Goods,8 1Dross.
roods and Groecrios. It
L. RO)SS EATJON, y
Conltral, S. C.
BRIDGES & HAMMOND,
PICK lNS, 8. C.
We have still on hand a few lair
ins~ in the Chapmat~tn Bros, st ock,
d1 cont inuedt to) buy ntew goods-a
We ae running or: the cash prinl
ple andl can I herefore give you ben
Is y'ou woubt~l niot get by I time saules.
>u through t the stoE*.
FarmIers cant get, what, they nee!d,
Ire. wejkeep goodi goodsM, andi if' you
mi't, see whatt you want ask Vtr it.
Coffeo at . , and 510( pt oundi~s to
e dollar Gianolated Suga:r 18
mnds' to the udollar. A few 5 andic
igallon kegs of Tenese ogu
hand13( at It centk. ( annted good~s
all kin i-.
SOmeI cloth ing t o go( cheaOip.
As good F loir as- ymi enn) 111nd
iywVlNIr inl town.
Tlobmace, canidy , e raecrs , mnatch es,
F'armuing implemoents, lowls, hoes5,
ygletire(s, gairdlen seeds, stationery,
k. penceils', birooms, thiread ---a ii tIo
ev-erythinig. Come to see us I nd
-ing us.- your1 produce. If we
iveni'l got what you want, will pay
au cash for your chickens, eggs and
itter, lUe-petfu'lly,
HhtulGK & IIAMM.NOND).
A NEARILY FAT1AL4 RUNAWVAY,
Started a horrible ulelor onl the log of
II. O.rnor, Franklin (Grovo, Ill., which
ifld doc0tors an.1 all remoedies for fouri
tarH. Tihien Buokion's Arnica Halve
rod him. Just tis good for IUoils, lurnas
ruises, Outs, Corus Scalds, Skin Erup
rin8 and Piles. 250 at Bolt ua 'kl'horn,
AI-ULL rl
AND MORE TO
qEW GOODS COM
0+ IN ON E
In a short time our stock of 1)
ats, and Gent's I urnishing (;oodh
is space and will tell you more al:
CLOTHING, GENT'S
For this Spring an
11 be the best that money can bu:
st and we find it pays.
Blig lot of gruano Distribitors, C
ovels, Rakes, Hoes and all kin
)Nw is the time to look after these
Im.e extrenmely low prilCes on )u4
Yours trit
FOLGER & TI
.13 T.1. -1
And Cardei
FOR EARLY P1
is worth all it costs to have a
seeds, we have inl stocl
marden and Fat
Hoes, Rakes, Shoves, Spades,
)0ks, Mattocks, 1 lows and l( ow
u rners made, \\'heel liarros,
LIchines, and I Fuliture of all kim
A_ Nice, New, leai
ATS, SHOES, DRYG001
N(-\w, Gmods Coming' in and
Lnything *v and
\bout a I lome
T \\e invite all to comv- and
No trouble to) 'how th
W. T
IATl- HitUCEd
New Spring
Arriving 1
(e large(st andi by 1ar the prettlies-t
ve litd tht' yoke of high prices
M\'iss II lughles has just retm
hiere she purch'lasedl alag .
unItty to call andL inlspeCct t'his dep
et styles at very low pirices.
In eachl dlepartmnh(~t y'ou w'il1l il,
u to call adI see us.1
Heath-Bruce4i
.I H
()ils, lie ais A
de ei. i lIr~
tili ie s,< li
.1. ItU. 1.
W(o call you r attenitioni to one of
]OMl~ BOI I )EY in short lengths ov
(juality is good and the prices are si
pIicCo sol. P~rinig us your prod uco.
Yours trul'
MCRAIG IBRC
A gentsi for Made..o.Ordor Cl othm
FOLLOW.
JING +i
VE RY TRAIN
ry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
will be complete. Watch
out it later. Our line of
FURNISHINGS
1i Summe,
V, we buy nothing but the
(Atol platers, Harrows,
is of Iarming implements.
(1ods. We can make you
jes and wagon.
ily,
JOB NLEY.
POTATOES
i Seeds
ANTING.r
mi1k11n. kesides the
(1e Ill-C<-shar'
~rning Tools!
ork.I usli 1 looks, Briar
Stocks, lst Steel Beam
Iron ing Stoves, Sewing
Is. I 'rettyv Styls
I stock, (d
38 AND CLOTHING
Oling out EIvery I)ay.
Everything.
1 k ll i ug 111o 0rr 1S.
rouh 01 stock.
110RR~hOWV CO.
Q oods
baily.
line we have shown. W\e
mdi( they ar in reach of
nti i joual ii , any ini the
all thw I sa Ih-s in 'Pickens
Lrtmilent. Yo \will find cor
.1 big valo- It will pay
lorrow Co.
bo u i '; u y vice to) ligucre
t in- awXt ['ie l.Q
*I4W~' ILY,1 &C1j
I inr cc a t 1IcLupanie2s' rculai
tilly I ll A y ork guaranl
in T. B3oggs,
iherty, S. C.
ush Store.
1(110 inos1 e'' 'I i e n t io'so
or shownn in Pikoncs. Thlo
artling. No less4 than a
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