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,ople's Journal.
.tice to Subscribers !
Last January notices were sent to all
parties in arrears and duo The Journal
on subscription and otherwise. These
notices included indebtedness of 1901
and 1902.
Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the
Journal- and in charge of those matters
and will be pleased to have all who have
not complied with the request to settle
embodied in the said notices to call on
him at The Journal office, in the Antho
ny brick building, at the roar of W. T.
MoFall's store and araango such indebt
ednoss at 'once. A prompt compliance
will grotly facilitate us in placing and
keeping our business in proper shape,
Respetful ly,
T. J. MAULDIN,
Pub, The Journal.
Local and Personal.
-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in
Easloy October 7th and 8th,
-Pickens is moving for better
things. One can feel them coming.
-Cotton pickers are in demand.
This is the harvest season indeed
for them.
-Court convenes third Monday
in October. Judge Watts will pre
side.
-J. V. Griffin, a succesful far
mer of Liberty was here Monday on
business.
--Representative-elect, J. Ash
more Hinton, was in Pickens Mon
day.
-Hon. M. F. Ansel and wife
spent Sunday with Mrs. C. L. Hol
lingsworth.
-Miss Ada Gillespie matricula,
ted in the Graded School Monday
morning.
-Mrs. Cureton has replenished
her stock. She is ready for your
fall trade.
A. M, Morris keeps abreast of 1
the times and strives to please his E
customers. Call and seb him. e
-Dr. Lucius L. Earle, left Tues
day for Georgetown, S. C., where
he will take charge of a drug store.
-It is doubtful if there is a
town on the continent the size of
Pickens that has no meat market.
--Miss Lula Gravely, daughter t
of Isaac Gravely, entered the Gra- f
dad School Monday morning.
-Jeev- W. T. Abbott will preach
at Ieowee chnrch on Friday night
before the first Sunday in October.
-L. O. Mauldin returned to
Charleston Saturday to resume
his studies in Charleston Medical
College.I
-J Allen Dendy, and sister,
Miss Sue, harve been on a visit to
the family of their brother, Prof.
Dendy,
James Garrett and sister Miss
Lola, of Cateechee, 5. C., entered
the Graded School Monday morn
ing.
-A number of the Pickens
friends of the late W. F. Biassing
amne attend his funeral in Green
ville Sunday afternoon.
-Cotton at 8* cents means some
thing to the producer. And it con
tinues to roll into Pickens where
the highest market prices are al- I
ways paid.
'-We have received the proceed.
ings of the twenty-eighth annual
convention of the (South Carolina
State Press Association, held at1
Georgetown, S. C., May, 28th,
1902.
-'here will be an old folk's
singing at Golden's Creek Baptist
church the fourth Sunday in Oct.
Public invited to come and bring
song books and well filled baskets.
WV. N. Bolding, Chm.
--It's a good time to get the cot
ton out these pretty days. It it
stands very long in the field, it
dries out, loses in weight, and the
further risk of loss in bad sample
might be enitailed.
-- Pickens is becoming famous1
throughout the county as a cotton
mnarket. The top of the market is
always paid here, and at times a
- . few poiats more are paid. The peo-i
pIe have found this out and knowi
where to market the fleecy staple.
-Rev. Thos. H . M"dd preached
two interesting sormons in the]
Presbyterian church last Sunday
morning and evening. Next Bun
day closes Mr. Medd's ministry
with Pickens and Easley church
es. Rev, Mr. Grier, of Due West,
will preach next Sunday evening.
--Next Sunday morning there
will be services in the Presbyteri
an church, after which the Com
munion service will be held. This
* will be the farewell seryloe con
ducted by the beloved pastor, Rev.
Thos. H. Medd. In the afternoon
at 4 o'clock there will be services
in the same church conducted b
Rev. Paul Grier, of Due West, S
0. He is the son of the lamented
Dr. W. M. Grier, who wan so long
the able President of Erskine Oolu
* lege
--uThe seventhi eighth and ninth
grade pupils of the Graded Sohool
re-organised 4giri literary society
for self-improvement F'riday after
boon, Sept. 19th. The following
ofMlor. wore elected:
President'--Gregg T. Kauldin.
- Vice-Pre.---Edwin 1Earle.
Segretar'y-M is Tennis Lewis.
ExatiMve Cmittoeen.4is
-Mrs. W. J. Smith, of Easlo)
visited among friends in Pickon
this and last week.
-W. C. Gaines and Win. Brocl
of Central, wore here Tuesday o
business.
-There will be a baptizing a
Burch's Ford on the first Sunda,
in October,
-Mrs. C. H. Alexander arrivo<
in Pickens from Birminghain, Ala,
Saturday evening.
--Miss Jennie Blassingame, i
charming young lady of Elmont
fex., is visiting the Misses Ash
more this week.
-Miss Nina Boggs returned t<
Easley Tuesday, after a pleasan
visit to friends hero of severa
days.
-Mrs. M. J. Chapman, Liberty
advertises an opening when sh<
will display a nice, full line of mil
linery goods. Read the noticeo
-Craig Bros. are in for youi
business. They give you the ben
efit of cash prices. Read their nem
Bdvertisement.
-Folger & Thornley are doing
their best to meet the growing de.
mands of trade and they can suit
you in every line.
-The opening at the Heath.
Bruce Morrow Co. revealod the
fact that the people know whore to
go to be fitted and pleased.
-The third quarterly confor
mnce for Pickens circuit will soon
eet. Methodists should bestir
-homselves and meet their obiliga.
dons.
--Cadet Cleon W. Mauldin, of
,he Naval Academy, Annapolis,
ud., returned to his duties Mon
lay after a month's leave of ab
ence,
-The County Commissionerg
neet next Tuesday. All persons
iaving business with that oflico
hould be ready to present it prop
rly on that day.
-If you want to see the latest.
lesigns and find something to
neet your best expectations, call
mn Miss Tirzah Hughes at the
leath-Bruce-Morrow Co., Milli
iery department.
-Mrs. 11. C. Grady and daugh -
er, Miss Louise, have been with
riends in Pickens several days.
L'hey go to their hono in Washing
on, D. C., the early part of next
veek.
-McFall has an advertisement
n this paper which calls attention
,o his choice and fine stock of goods
rem delicate dress goods to heavy
iardware and furniture. Read his
iew advertisement.
--The opening at the [Heath
3ruce-Morrow Co's store last Fri
lay and Saturday was successfully
>rought off and many ladies and
entlemen too dropped in to see
he beautiful disply of goods.
--B. T. McDaniel, after a term
f service at W. R. Price's distil
ery returned to his work with the
sichland Distilling Co., Columbia,
ast Thursday. Mrs. McDaniel and
shildren will join him this week.
Death of William FPld Blassingamie.
William F. Blassingame is dead.
After two months suffering from
njuries received, the details of
vhich are familiar to the public,
ie peacefully passed away at Rus,.
iel's Hotel in Oconee county at
Li:45 o'clock, Saturday, Septem
ser, 27.
Mr. Blassingame was born Nov.
Lth, 1868 in Anderson county
where he grew to young manhood.
ater his parents moved to Green
rille where deceased entered Fur
nan University from which insti
~ution he graduated wilth the de
zree of Master of Arts. On Oct.
5th1.893, he married Miss Eva
3regory, of Union county, who
lied within a year.
In 1895, Mr . Blassingamie was
,dmitted to the bar and soon there
after located at Pickens for the
practice of his profession where, in
aartnershlp with B. A. Morgan, of
lreenville, he built up a nice and
ucrative peactice. Mr. Biassing
ime was an active, sober young
nan whose heart was in his busi
ess and whoos~e circle of friends
was constantly widening as he
orked and moved among the peo
ple. He was a Mason and the lo
ial lodge sent a delegation to at
end the funeral which was had at
3reenville Sunday afternoon at
2:30, attended by a large concourse
f friends. Mr. BIlassingamne
eaves surving his aged .father, B,
F. Blassingame, his brother, J. T .
Blassingame, and an only sister
Mrs. Mamie Cureton, of Green.
ood.
Death of a Young Lady.
Miss ICula Bogge, daughter o:
Benjamimn Bogga, died at the homn
of her father, four mites belos
Pickens,last Saturday and was
buried Sunday at Ruhamah, Rev
Thos. H. Meddoconduoting the fu
neral services in the presence of
gooid gathering of relatives anc
friends.* The deceased was a s
ter of Mr. Walter J. B3oggs an
about years of age. She was
consistent member of Presby teral
ohurch. For some months ehe ha<
suffered with consumption whiol
efMiotlon she bore with resigua
TWO B3OTTLES QUUIAD UIM,
"2 was troubled with kidney compjaki
for h . M a "liiesA. h at
0. 11. P. Fl:n.
B 0. 11. P'. Fla(, one, of th'. obtec":
and hoat known cit1Xiis t A!.nder
c soi County, died! at. his lu rt
Ainuerson city on '.';
eivcning, 28thi Septoii ue, at tX
dtiivanced ago of 1 aI bout. as:
Sie leaves Surviving a !ainly 1
sons and daughtetr and g''ind
Children whoso Ilan's are el eh- el3
I connected witi the I it!oF :r"yt i:
and hliistory of this section. A1tutnt
his Children aro Rev. IIad B.
Fant and J, Rl'8s Kat.ol.\ r
son city ind WVtv1le ';nii, of
Townville, Mrs. Ca,hini1, At Al
dersonl, Mrs. Cary, of lIt.: :-n :alan
Mrs. Eva ''hornl,\", : Pic,''kils.
Mr. F(ant, by juhin 1'ifll' t t. Il v
b had succeeded in c4tlh(a-ttm r a ?,om '
ly stOrt, ( t this wor(;'., } u(
which hit usod as a '".a arV 1-t ii
carinig for hisi Owl and ti l ia' -
providing for cases v.he u a ur!ty
Was 1loded.
1in his early lift! he ldev.,!.e'd
mu1ch of his t.imo10 to "ch '
ing, and thus laid t
for a succeifil tr .
initiliate ajttai'tta '
niature. .Ia,te1r, Ii OR W.
of t.he (jld JHt1e I !
where hie eonitilit...
his tteiady ''1rk': \. I i b
trio,us habit)ts, w\1in , t!:
dence of the 1)popl ' t\"i::
lie retirt'd to p1rivat,
At a ripo old age ;e!ca
the stagt! of actin!:i a bI i
alti eaXalll) it:(luat b
gality that aill young; .- i':ls!,;
study and strive t
romains wetl' laid 'i'
IBr;ok elut(ary, I 1: i" :.
1, o11iay lii t ':'' ' n ! !: , .1. }
Of at largt gt tth111' i I :':
and personal friendsi.
Vctduiing a( VtW-ia
(n Septembler ': 1 h t <
Miss al1,(t Lay, \Y'Mtu,ni
and County Couninw'' ,'t' 1 ,
Cox w\ri.' married ItI tle I'retiw "
riall eilii1, ReIv. W. -. lla. !
of Sn:uc-ra, ofliemllt d;.. To the w
strain, of Mlendc' ,' -
I11411'. l 1(1 (l:a
biiis "lnd < "cil ' ,-- k. a t' :
right Lt;ale. 1 ,q'y* w w { " ..
by the briJC and 'r- ,m. 1),
wal' beautifltly d I.u' i1n -t
gr1"u::. She Car"l;ed: l <u
)ridIal roso. l daV.iai . :h t1.
illit "1'e wa'1 pe f r i 1.4 +t;- t.
ring' cerenlomony tih(e .tt i"
''&chn b'rts'' Srede1" p1'' l -tI
from the o"gan. ''h,= church w
elaboratoly decora:. iin g' id nttd
evtrgree,). bambo. In d1ti ., t'
plants. It waEs lJ:A( de 1
lighted by artilicial u.'t
lampi shades were tru in d ui y '
low and gren~ oo. 1.
Colemian Circle had charii' a
decorating the churei a .
ted couple with a costta pro11
up)on V wich tho3v Stood wh. ii
made the vows. M es. Ce
excelent Christian t~indy a I
manly friends and a a
throughout Pi'.doIian!'
She has been livinug LW. -
ter for the past four year I',
Cavx hns beena prom nt hei.~
political arenaUl of Ocoi'w y
for a numiibor of y'' arIA
served a numbel)r (of yar~V. a i'
commhissionler. Hir-a
historic U1orse Sh:e I R
house, at thte HIo'e ' t
Chauga, about f-un
WVestiilster. Mr. mun.
'will restIdo ini \ ''Il,
Greeuville Newvs, 2nhAt
23rd of Sep'it. to~ dl '''"h
Miess. Un:!lumm amid f a "-'
which shouldi wreaV as Cm rt'
perinltenldAnt of E due: tiona. I'
woro 1 107 v'oteas eastcof whuic' M.
H-allum~ receivedi. l''7 011a nd M .
JBoggs 536~i. Returnsl wmo slo 51.in
coming ini andi thoro was cons1:ie
able doubt as to the final resui
until H-orso Pastuae anid P'leaant
Grove b.oxes wore heard from.i
These r'oturnsi cameI( by duo cour 1s(
of madl and the oilicial cout. was~
There is a di 'ercIiIC oft aonly .n
votes which show,s howa~ evmiy
these gentlemeun ilthroughtout
the county.
To Lecture the West,
It is reported Col. Jamse s Jt.
Tillman has been engagod by thle
Southern Lyceum to muk o i l 'i
turing tour of the wet.-Edg6el"d
Advertiser,
NOTrICE ?
1'he accounts of the F"armer.s Pubhlish
ing Company both advertising anad s'ub
*1(ript.ion aicumulated thronghm ihn oiwr'
at ion ef the Peop le:' Journaif', IIp to a)IN::.
31st, .1900, have boon8 bought by thelun
dorsigned, nudl the books mro no'.w in 49,m'
handso. All p~oriions owing anly sucah no
conts w.ilI conifer a favor by caflilng at
thme Journal office and aettlling samel A T
ONCE. If not sotth'd by Dcember. :31
191) theao books w:Ill be olosedl Qon ti
All pers;ons indebted' to the Peopalo's
Journal, either for sub)scriptjin,snc
the first d.iy of Jauawry, 1901 areo also
requmeted to make payment of tuch in
dobtednessi on 01' beforo the 0J1st of U)e
- omber 190O2, Journal )3trokl taken on
I uliIiiPiOl T'. ,t. M.iaLD).
NO FATLSE CLAIfMM.
The prop.totr of Fotey's .toney and1(
Tar do not advertise this na ti suro~ cure
-for consiumpton," They do not clatin
it will euro this dread complaint, ill ad
vanood oases, buit do postively assert
that it will ure iu thai earlioe .1!m'os.
and nev0r fails to give com or~'t
and relief Iu the wovat cve, 'l1Cy'J
p noilo andl T.ar isi withloit dlolibt the,
Me- a J Chapman,
'AJ2F:1TY, F. C.
October,1' &1 an.4 i -4it. ?.
N ..: 'd i rin!liI at ion. :
ii li: of pact,er
hasi. These wil bsurto pn
yo.Ia 's r pa d to do th
Gne kid o trnai :uid ca I
en..
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t t) 1 1 Ci hr:t ill
S~ n di d a' thet church
T iin -mhrs f the As--C
nlL ihered ~in
p v i tor - te etwirthi un.
t'I4-C1 . /4 . L thlr, I A a pro iuuttpy.
1~1 ~ru c ~' 2 Coylti eam in a eon
-ha -y duti d Wre.l. had asv ahrt
-iy. A h!Itm a L''. slet ovr t00
lttr a a-cg.t on OC a42llu wa gerowmg
wol iri on erpiato aparoutstere
-h he'u osooeta I yrid haeom IY
up vLVt1j1~ ndra. erend Lveri
't h~t~ ~t y C- th Clan str medle . oi
ear't an I ao c a buit reortcpro
yt il u n herl a,t g rande ut tbc
tie ~ Mfl h t'ee i os E dy o w ee
-i . NrotaidIea DIEale,
DaysW 1s My Lf'
LfJ44niR(r@
NOTICE t
j All parsons are hereby warned u(
hire, food or shelter my grandson,
Rosanond (col) under penalty of tih
ho being under nge and loft mo wil
cause and I will hold any person
for his wages now unpaid or inn
heroafter paid.
THOMAS RHONE,
Sept. 18 14
NOTICE I
)f All porsons are hereby warned ni
(1 hunt, fih, trap or, in any other
s trenspasts on muy lands. Any violati
this notico will be prosoouted to th<
extent of the law.
0 James H. Ambler,
Sept. 18 t4
NOTICE
All persons are hereby warned nc
hunt, fish, :trap or, in any other
5 tr(esspass on my lands. Any v
tion of this notice will bo proseontoi
T fillest extent of the law.
James E. Hogood, E
Spt 25, t4
Not ice of, l'inal Settleitent.
I will apply to J. B. Nowbory, Pro
JuIdgo for 'ickons county for a final
I Ineut of th" estato of Absolom to
de !soed, on the 23rd day of Octo
1902, and ask to bo dismissed as admni
trator.
JOIIN ROPER.
Administrator.
iept. 25 ti
N(tlee to Debtors and Creditors.
'ersons having claims against the
tale of It. A. (ireen, dcleasodl, are
qluested to presellt itho same propt
attested to the undersigned for paym
by 1st day of December, 1902, and th
indebted to saiid estate, must ;mako p
mouut to
Mrs. Ida C. Green,
Administ ratrix.
C I T A r T!1 N.
3 l'ATE OF SOUTI I CAROLINA, (
County of Pickons.
By J. It. Newbory Esquire Probi
\liereas, A..), Boggs, C.C.P. made s
in to gratt him' I.trs of A.duinist
hnul cf the Estate of and ellx'ts of J.
Craig, dec .1nsed.
Th'iese atr0 thereoforo to cite and allit
ii all ind singtlar' the kincred ia
credito's of the said J. T. (raig decce
d, that they ho and appet"ar 1oforca 1
i' th1 Court. of Probate, to bo loil
I'ickenls ('Court iouste, S. C, oi the
1y Of Oct. 1902, affor publication her
'if, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to she
'"an.10 if an1y they have, why the said A
t:ini'tration should not be granted.
(livetn 1under my hand and seal, ti
13 day of Sep. 1902, int the 127 ye
c,f our tdependence.
J. B. NEWI1EltY.
J. P1, P. C.
STT'i'i" OF HU'TIll CAItOLINA r
P.ickens (imlltty.
13y J. It. Nowhery, .Es<iuiro, 1'robt
Judge.
\\ Itercas, 1. A. Bowen mado 1
to Imc to grant. him letters of :diniuisti
tion of the estate and effecta of Ret
LBoweon, deceased.
These5 are thecref'iro to cito and1 r
nmonish all and singularu the kindred a
creditors of tho *:said Roese Bow
dcco'sed, that they be0 anmd appear 1
fore mce, ini the Coum t of Probate, to
heJld at P ickens Court flouse, S. C.,
the 25th day of Sept. 1902, after pub1
caltioni ber'ef, at. 11 o'1ook in t he foi
u'xon, to shew cause, if any thley has
why the said administration should n
be granted.
Gliven iuder my hand1( and seal, t1
8th day of Sept. 1902, in I ho 127 year
our idep)endonce.
3. B. NEWBElRY, J. P. P. C
TREAT YOUR KiDNEYS FOR
RIIEU MITISM.
When you are suffering from r'heun
tism, the kidneys must be tended to
on1ce so that they will eliminate the n
acid fromn the blood. Foley's Kidn
Cure is the most effeetive remedy~
;his purpose. R. T1. 1Hopkins of Po
Wis., says. "'After unsucessfully d<
torinig throoc year's of rhoumatism w
thu best doctors, 1 tried Foley's Kidn
Curo and it cured rue. I cannolt spe~
too highly of tbis great medicine." B
& WVebb P'ickens & Chapman & Cllah
Liberty.
...PICKEiNS...
Graded School.
Colored Decpartmnent.
Next session begins September 21
1902.
Pupils living outside of town and
legally transforred wvill be0 required
lpay a tuition foe of from 50o to $1.50
month. Romoember: ''An in vestme
ill knowledge always pays the boat
torost," Solomon says, "Receive knc
lodge rather than choie gold." Oh
the Bible, sacrifeu somethi
and give your children a chance to
oteivo knowledge. Put them in sch<
ait the boCginnlinig and keel) thmem tha
unttil the ending. Edhu(ate thlem t1
their minds may be freed from the pi
uidices of ignor'ane and given a jus
and more enlarged conception of rr
mind things. Educate thoem to the
thamt~ they macy be good and intollig
citizens w~hichi is the "chief aim of
public sohool system.
lR. K. MOON, Primn
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTO
Charleston, 5, 0,
Founded in 1785. Strong F
ulty; well equippod chemical, ph
ical, and biological laborator
Library of 14,000 volumest and
finesit Museum of Natural ist
in the South. Elective cour
leading to the degrees of B, A.,
S,, aal . A. Board with f
n shod room in College Dormnit
can be obtained for $10 a mor
Tuition, *40. One scholarship
iug free tuition is as8signed toP,
one county, the holder to be
pointed by the Probate Judge
the County Superintendant, T
expenses for Scholarship stude
$112 to $130. All candidatos
admissaion are permitted to c
pete for vacant Boyce Scholars:
a which pay $150 a year,
I Entrance Examhinations will
held at Piokens on Friday, Jul:
1902, next session begins Sept
ber 20, For catalo.gue, addresi
Uarrison liandol
President,
r OnmMInutOou hOs
i NewFal
y bo
Largest Stock
tNothing Shoddy-E
wayY
:)n of "e
1-f illIf you want chcap) shoddy goods do
full for you wont find te. We have bogh
goods that money could buy, they were b
hesitate to say that our liuo of winter clot
Goods oto, is one of the largy. msoat,cotn
to Piokons. Thoso are plai facts, wo art
t to look through our stook.
way ........ .............. ..
to i1.
Clothing!i Clothlq
r. Wo can't begin to tell you the gooL
Suits for men, Stonts, Slims, and Recguia
Youths Suits 12s to 19s ranging in price :
a 4a to 10s from 50c to $5.00.
por,
or, We are SOLE AGENTS for the
...CELEBRATED..
Horse Shoe Brand
os- -OF
re
? Men's Fine Clothing,
O08
a3- -ALSO
Mrs. Jane Hopkins
- MAKE OF CLOTHING
For Children and Youths.
With Double Seat and knoon. Thoso
Ito Suits are at wonder, worth three times
the money asked for them. If you have
ait crowd of boys to fit up bring thon
along.
d toW7 o have Overcoats for overybody-1
to 70, all colors, styles, ar.d pries from $2
No use to talk Shoes to you for you ill
t The Old Roliablo RATTLE AXE are sold.
you will never havo any other.
Dress Goods!
All the latest styles and colors, Vorate
is F'lannels for wai-ts, in fact everything in til
ar Trimmings to match, Outings from bo to 1
made skirts, Waists, Jackets, Capes and Re
Korseys, Cotton and Woolen Flannels, all c
Hard ware of every description. Stove
Shingle Mill Supplies, Harness, Bridles, S
Rugs, (uns-ninglo and double barrel,
with priocs right.
to Soo our .Fotur k,3.75, $4.25, $4.50 and
pounds to the dollar.
lit Your patronlago tolicited, satisfiction g
Yours truly,
Folger&~
Clothaing Shoe a, Htats and Gocute 14
Ii
0
Exhausi
Merchantsi have e
ati Language hunting hi
rio values they have foui
"ey appointing the pop
Lar become unnIoticale,
b "e will.give the h)eat
th illg ] tIatlee to ou rselv{
come anid see if we di
an Sohicitinlg your much
beg to remain, Yot
'Craig 1
ONE-PRICE Ci
th WWatch this space for pric
o
We Want Your T
mn
v Wo) wish to call attention o
ey full and compl etc line of
"i ....Groceries and (
re
ej. N,
ter
d .'.Aa Candies .
lhe We wish we could teach e
not sweet that looks that way,
always the highest--if you buy
We keep at all times a full lii
ac. Fresh Sausage, and Coffee. Fresh
- A nice line of Stationary, Table
os; Colored Crayons &c.
the GOOD GOODS-GOOD) PRIC
>ry motto. All goods sold for cash or
ses
B.: MRS. K. L.
o~ry
iv
ok.
ap- Do you like coffhe? Well if yq
and of the best roasted coff'ee at 8Iba i
:tal green coffee on the market,
nis, If you ever indulge in smoking
for ly 5ctsi. And if you want a oheape
omn- Glory.
lips Perhaps you came away from h<
course you don't want to drive hon:
be need not do It for you can get anytl
r 11, The best flour on.the market foi
em- fellow undersell us on flour,
,Plenty of knives for the boys, e
ph We have some bargains ih BShooi
Uigheot prios paid for all Qon:
i Goods
-Lowest Prices
verything the Best.
u't waste time looking for thom hero
a enormous stock of the very best
)uglt at the right pricos. We do not
!ing, Shoes, hats, Gent Furnishing
ploto and boat selected stock over brought
not tdking as you will oo when you
ing Clothing!
............ ..... ..:
tings we have to oilor you in this line,
'N, raugiug it, price from $2.50 to $18.00.
roll' $2.00 to $7.00, and cbhidrous suits
e f
an c dnce
)i, lit tle old anld young, from 7 years
51) to $115.00,te
I know the way to the place "where the
Try one pair of the Battle Axe and
Dress Goods!
is, Caasimores, Flannels, Plaids, FronoIL
ic way of Dress Goods with Silks an
5o. Don't fail to see our line of ready
ofers. Big stock of Blankets, Jeans,
olors.
3 all sizes and price, Shingle Mills and
ddloa, Laprobos, Trunks, Umbrellas,
-cggings, etc. Anything-everything
L.75 per barrel. Coffee 8, 10 and 12
unranteod.
horn ley,
nirnishing Goods a Specialty,
L ed-- - ............
1nmost exhausted the English
words to tell of the big
d and in somo instances dis..
a until advertisements have
Therefore we can only say
values that we can find, do
s and you, Our store is full
mn't ofl'er some good values,
appreciated patronage, We
*rs truly,
'others
SHI STORE.
Os.
rade....
f the trading public to the
~onfectionaries....
>w shown at Mrs. Curetons,
Crackers.
verybody that everything is
w.d that the best candy is not
it from us.
eri.ea 2
ie of Hams, -Fish," Lard, Cobtelene,
Cheeso always on hand.
t8, Lead and Slate Pencils, Slates
ES-GOOD TREATMENT-is ou
darter,
CURETON.
u de, come and let us sell you some
$1.00. The best 8 and 1lb
call and get the Emipro10fgar.-on
c igar cal lfor War Eagle or Old
>me and forgot your dinner, Of
e withount your dinner. And you
ing in the wunned goods line.
the money, We wont let the other
nd prics to suit them,
and Dry Goode.
atry? Produce,

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