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U T 7, 1903.
- .d a. her ws carefully pre
-te' the Sentinel-Journal know
.istors aLfour home.
-onr gallon cows always give
milk after being sold.
--Red 1. C. Car ter's new adver
meat and see how you like his
--When the temperature runs up t
or 90, as it will soon do, look out
or bail storms.
-Mrs. A. E. Long, of Philadelphia,
a, who has been visiting Mrs. W.
Dendy, has retarned home.
R. C. Carter, Liberty, has a few
o northern seed Irish potatoes to
at 30c a peck.
-When you are in towu call and
~ Thae Sentinel Journal. We. are
ays glad to have our friends come
to see us.
-Prof. J. L. Morphree will sing
t Antioch church the second Sun.
y in May. Other leaders reques
be pV3 t.
-By-invitation of pastor, Dr. L.
ir. Clayton will preach at thePickens
Methodist church next Sunday, May
10th, at 11a.m.
-C. T. Hufehins, of Liberty, was
in Piekens- Monday on business. It
ooks like ol i times to see "Charlie"
n the streets of Pickens.
-The Sentinel-Journal office is
repared to fill drders for every class
f prnting and we will be pleased to
re ur orders.
- you want the 'people to know
hat u are in business and that you
an em to call, put an advertise
Sin The Sentinel. Journal.
e boastsathat he doesn't ad
but he's still doing business
old atand." "He means he's
b s'ne~s at his ol.1 standstill."
ere is on exhibition in Colnm.
handsomegold headed umbrella,
'&d with appropriate insignia,
is to be presented during the
.w. n to the oldest visiting veteran.
- ames Winchesiter, aho is cut
ing shingles in the Crow Creek see
tio, infor ms us that sap shingles will
ast twelve years, if they are dipped
in kerosene. This seems reasonable,
and wp hope some person will try it,
on some of their buildings.
-The proceedings of the State of
South Carolina against the Virginia
Carolina Chemical company institu
ted by the attorney general some
tiin charging the company with
viol n of the anti-trust law oT the
will be opened in-Columbia
iy the taking of testimony be
e master of Richland county
esday morning of last week,
Alvin H Dean, of Greeniville,
y for Henry Sudduth, re
'n from Gov. HevwardI
that Henry Sadduth
n par o from the-Statei
entiary, It will lbe re inbere' f
Sudduth was convicted of rape ll
sentenced to life ipiomn
e penitentiary.~ mrsnet
Mr. J. L Boggs and daughter,
ajors, S. C., 'aas in Pickens yes
ay. Mr. Boggs, who is a veter
f the "Lost Cause", though get-ji
g up in years, is hale and hearty
enjoying life as of yore. W hile'
town -heeaid the Sentinel an ap
istive call. Mr. Boggs has been
ader of the Sentinel for manyJ
and we hope he will live to be
Charleston has been afflicted
another negro official, this titne
the person of J. A. Brier, who has1
n appointed by United States
rabal Adanks to be a bailiff of the
,succeeding a very competent
bliging white man, Capt. Isaac
gett. Brier took charge of
fice Monday. The appointment
' akes t-wo negro bailiffs of
The farmers have been moving ,
week. Many of them have fin- i
d planting cotton and have m'ich r
eir corn crop planted. The win- s
oats and wheat which made such r
onderful growth in the winter are
ing bad. Many have given up
pes of much of a yield from them
ile there are a few who say they
some signs of improvement in
We have heard several complaints 3
ntly of subscribers failing to re
e The Sentinel-Journal at the
.ime. We are very careful in
offscname at every post
d; .a%!-a'dre-it is not our
en the papers go wrong.
ask as a favor that every one
Is to receive his or her copy of ~
per at the proper time will ~
mptly report the fact to us in or. C
that we may look into the matter A
y to find out where the blame h
The closing exercises of the ne
graded school tood place last
rsday evening. The exhibition
in every way a very creditable
.Mr. T. J. Mauldin delivered an 0
ress. Among other thing's he $
the negro must get to work, ju-s i
very white man who expected to I
mplish anything had to do, and C"
t, while the negro could never d
for social equality, his best
ud. was the Soiuthern white man.
roar of applause greeted the r-e
k that the negro was here, and u
Contractor B. E. Grandy will t<
plete Solicitor Boggs' house this 2
k, and will start a nice house for a
-A tagood; he has the contract for o
wo-story brick store, 40x1 10 feet,"
Messrs Folger & Thornley, to be A
pleted as s-oon as possible, and e:
started on a 20330, two-story e
k to go to the back of WV. T. t<
alls store; when this is comipie- i1
Mr. McFall will move his goods o
to the back and will put up an ti
'ng brick store where' is w'ood- S
structures now stand. Mr. Grnandy s
consientiniR eoe, and does o
-J. Tcomer (Bub.) RicheY is 1 it?
sick thi: week.
-Earle Lewis visited the home
folks this week.
-They report that there is a fair
peach crop left in the county.
-When you want bargains in
most anything go to R. C. Carter,
- 'ie meeting for election o:
trustees in Bethlehem district, No.
20, will be held at 2 p. m. the 9th
-See J. F. Harris for a nice line
of shoes and groceries. Both these
lines are very strong. See im be
fore pnrchasing. Otherlines'of Ier
chandise also first class.
-It is no longer "fashiouable" for
the people of this county to cry bard
times. The- vast majority are doing
so well that when a man is not he is
actually ashamed to tell it.
-N. D. Taylor. photographer, will
be in his studio, Carey building, on
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12th
and 13th. Remember the date and
call on him for first class work.
-There will be a public entertain
ment given in the school building at
Liberty on the night of the 13th inst.
An admission fee of 10c will be
charged and an enjoyable time is
promised to all who attend.
-On Saturday night last the
dwellfng of Mr. Fred Gaineq, who
lives near Liberty, was entirely con
sumed by fire. Nothing, not even
furniture, was saved. A defective
stove flue was.the cause of the fire.
-The upper portion of this county
was visited by an exceedingly severe
hail storm Sunday night. It is ie
ported to have covered the ground in
rome places to a depth of several in
ches The crops are so backward
that little or no d-amage was done.
-Owing to an oversight the char
ter of the Camp of Confederate Vet
erans was not asked fo, nd in con
sequence the exercises, which were
to have taken place on May 9, will
have to be postponed un!il the 29th
of this month.
-LOST-In the town of Pickens
or on the road between Pickena and
Anderson Mills, one black p.acket
book containing one $5 gold piect
and some small change amounting to
about $1. Finder will be rewarded
by returning same to this office.
-T6i3 champion hustler lives near
Gray Court in Laurens county. S:t
rday morning the 18th ult; he went
to the field at 3 a. m. and put in
three sacks of guano by the time his
horse had his morning feed and was
ready for the plow. He was kept
busy the balance of the day covering
e-Magistrate Harris hild a pre
Iiminary case on Tuesday in which
eight negroes, brick yard hands, were
indicted for gamllieg. Policeman
Griffin and Constable Nealey captur.
d1 them Saturday *night, near the
rick yard, in a tenant house. The
roof on four of them was sufficient
*o send them uio to the Sessions court
-Every one in Pickens is much re
aed over the prospeet of having a
rass band, for one has b-een organ
zjere4e.onsias fourteen pieces
Randsome nickel plated instrumlents
1ave been ordered and as soon as
~hey are received practice under some
~apable instrustor will be commenced.
such ax' organization will add much
o the lire of the community.
-Mule meat is worth 10 cents a
>ound in Charlotto. Mr. McCle'lan,
farmer, needed a mule. Hie went
o the city and found a dealer with
ly one left. He asked $75 Far
ner offered $50. They talked and
ockied and disagreed as to the
veight until the farmer offered 10
ents a pound. The mule was carried
o the scales and pulled down 685
ounds. The $68.50 was counted
t and the mule was sent to the
-The Pickens Graded school will
~ive an entertainment in the court
ouse on the nights of May 21st and
~2d, that will be "rich, rare and racy."
~he school children are practicing at
very opportunity, and will be on
heir best behavior and make you
~lad you attended. A nominal fee
ill be charged, the proceeds to go
o pay the expenses of the entertain
ent and the surplus to the Graded
ehool 1ell and building for necessary
Card of Thanks'.
Mr. Editor: Please allow mec space
2 your paper to extend our thanks to
e friends and neighbors for their
indess to us in the sickness and
eath of our sister, Dora C. Smith.
[ay God's blessings rest on them: all.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Dorr.
Our town is still on a boom. At a
eeting of the stockholders of the
saquena cotton mill today quite a
umber were present and the follow
g directors were elected; Col. D.
.Norris, of Hickory Flat; R. G.
'aines, of Central; J. J. Fretwell, of
.nderson; 0. A. Robbins, of Char
atte, N. C,; and Mr. Oland, Charles
m, and two more are to be elec-ted
y the five already chosen. The site
ill be run out tomorrow and work
ill begin on the building at onc.
We will also have an oil mill in
petion the coming season and a
0,000 bank for the convenience of
ie people. Central has been dead
ir the past five years, but she is now
>ming to the front with all up-to
May 1, 1903. W F.B,
To Teachers and Truses.
By referring to the advertising ?01- I
ons of this paper. you will notice
mat there will be an examination for
~achers held at thi ' place on the
d of this month. The State-Board
its meeting on the 10th and 17th<
January idopted the following:
hat after February and beginning<
[ay 1903, there shall be two county I
laminations for teachers certificatesr
ich year, to be held in May anid Sep- I
tmber, and that hereafter no teacher
all be employed in the public schools]
this State who has not registered
ie ertifipate in the office of County;i
perioteidentt of Education and
2bitted proof thereof to the Board
iTrustees." The above applies to f
sistnt teachers as wve4 as princi f
als of a school.
Double Wedding at Llberty.
The double wedding of Mr..
A. Allgood and Miss Cora O'De
and Mr. Preston P. McDaniel an
Miss May O'Dll, which occurre
at Liberty on Wednesday evenin
last, was a )rilliant event. Ti
cereminy took place at the Fir
Blptist church. The beautifi
I edding march, rendered by Ali:
Robinson, was commenced at 8.2
o'clock and almost immediatel
the bridal party entered the chure
one coming through the left enI
trance and the other throngh 'th
right. Jus: in front of the pulp
they were met py the pastor, U
Rev. Mr. Hiott, who perforned tI
ceremony, which was particular
beautiful and impressive.
The church was decorated wit
much taste. A profusion of snow;
dogwood blossoms intermingle
with Easter and Calla lilies atoo
out against a background of ever
green. Over each aisle wer
arches of roses and ferns beneat]
which the couples entered.
The brides, who are sisters, ar
almost the same height and resem
ble eaeb other closely. They ar
tall, very graceful and very hand
some and were exquisitely gowne
in wbite silk mull, wearing veil
and each carrying in her hand
bouquet of white ruses.
The bridesmaids also wore whit
and carried roses. They left th,
chuch in this order: Mr. R. E
Bruce and Miss Gracj McDaniel
Dr. J. N. Hallum and Miss Nan
nie Mauldin, Mr. S. 0. Smiley an<
Miss Jeannie Ligon, Mr. Ros
O'Dell and Miss Daisy Burroughs
Dr. J. E. Allgood and Miss Netti
Parsons, Mr. Wm. R. Glenn an<
Miss Maggie Allgood, The usher
were: Messrs. Thos. A, Bowen
,D. G. Sheldor , B. F. Parsons, Jr.
and Dr. H. T. Da tus. Misses Wil
is and Parsons, two daintili
i dressed little maids, acted as flowe:
IR"irls and opened the gates o
flowers benea:h the arches to le
the coupies enter,
The brides, as Misses Cora aud
I May O'Doll, were among the mos
popular young ladies in this sectioi
of Lile State. They are the highlj
accimplished daughters of Hon. W
Taylor O'Dell, wh.) was for sever
terms senator frcm Pickens an'
also a director of the panitentiary.
Mr. Allgood, who it must b4
said is as worthy of the prize a
any man could be, is in the servic
of the federal govarnment. Mr
McDaniel, the son of J. H. G. Me
Daniel, sheriff of Pickens, is
deputy sheriff and a young mat
for whom the future promisei
Mr. and Mrs. Allgood will mak'
their home at Liberty and Mr. and
Mrs. McDaniel will live at Pick
On last Thursday afternoon at 4
oclock, ene mile north of Calhoun,
in Pickens county, a beautiful home
welding took place. As we, drive
along the winding~ roadinay, ravine on
ou one side and mountain peaks on
the other, beautiful riplin .t streams of
the purest, clearest water making
music at your feet, the scene was
enebanting. WVe halt in front of a
beantiful brick~ farm house, the homne
of the bride to be. The parlor was
nicely decorated. Miss Ina Gaines,
of Centra', at the organ, the wedding
marchb began. Mr. Robt. Cochras,
of Calhoun, and M.iss Meares, ot Sen
eci, entered the narlor and then came
Mr. John R. C. Griffin, of Eaisley,
with Miss Luja Wyatt, of Easley,
then Mr. Floyd Oliver Mattison, of
Easley, Ic aning on his arm was Miss
Rosa, the eldest daughter of Mrs.
John Cochran, of Calhoun, Rev. D.
W. Hiott, after a bri&.f ceremony, de
!ared Mr. Floyd 0. Mattison and
Miss Rosa Cochran husband and
wife. Then followedi the good thincgs
to eat. Mr Maittison and his bride
wre tendered a sumptuous reception
t the home of the groom's father,
Mr. IR. J. Mzattison the day follow.
Floyd is to be congratulated on ae
uring Miss Rosa for a help-mate
trough life. The gene ral opinion is
hat the is one of the very best of
irls. Flioyd is well and favorably
nown in Easey, having been sales
man in the stors of Ellison Bros., for
~ome time. He is now m rchandis
ng and running a farm. If industry
will bring success we predict for the
oung couple the very best success.
\Iny their lives be useful and happy.
-"Friend" in Easley progress.
The good old ti'mes of "Auld Lang
sne" were brought vividly to mind
>y a lovely country wedding at the
>eautiful home of Mr. Judge M. We'.
orn ou last Thursday eveninig, April
W th, when his eldest daughter, Annie
izz,tte, was led to hymen's altar by
lenry D. IHendricks, of Liberty.
Even before the close of the bright
pring day, the invited gaests began
o assemble, and by the time the
hadows of evening had gathered,
he house was filled with a gay and
appy company. Bright lights
ased their radi ince o'er the pleas
nt scene, and the melodious strains
f sweet music filed the bahry air
apy vo'ces, beautiful women and
allant men reminded the writer of
uch scenes in the days gone by.
The spacious drawing room was
eatifully decorated with flo)wers
omn the home garden, the color
~cheme being white and green. The
rrangement of each plant and flower
as so artistic as to call forth ex
lamations of praise and delight from
e assemblage. Rarely has it been
ur pleasure to see any decoration
ore strikingly beaiitiful or perfected
with greater skill.
Promptly at eight o'clock, as the
utrancing strai s of Mendelsohn's
'edding inarch was borne upon the~
derifous breeze, the attendants were
sered into the parlor followed imn
ediately by the groom with his
)ride. They were Miss Millie Foster
rith Mr. R. E. Thruce, Mfiss Josie
are with Mr. Will Ambler, Miss
~.ita Ambler with Mr. Luther Hen.
r~icks, End aIiss IFleda Fendley with
r. Ed. Griffin.
There amidst the throng of lo '
riends and fragrange Qf bloo ing~
owers, tnderneath the emblem o
rood luck, the towering horse-shoe,
pronounced which -binds man am
I The bride was robed in pale bit
I silk with white trimmings-her ve
d being held in place by bride's roe
g and maiden hair fe-rn. The ladies i
waiting wore handsome costumes
The congratulations were imned
, ately tendered and close -upon the
s came the invitatio)n to supper.- 1
0 the dining ball we were again caryi4
hack in imagiaition to the "
days long a.:o."
Mr. Welborn's hospitality i3 wide]
e known ard we must say that his rel
Lt 1 utation was well sustained'in this
spoet on this occasion3. There.wej
.e turkeys, ham, chickens, cakes, fruil
y and sweets of all kinds -aaloiOe D
etybody ate heartily, and ealy famil
b represented were presented with
box on leave-taking.
1 The bride received a great man
d useful and handsome presents.
After supper the company gav
e themselves up to an evening of tho1
3 ough, social enjoyment, and the we
sma' hours were upon them 'ere the
e sought a few hours slumber.
The day following the bridal part
D were given- a handsome reception a
the home of the groom's father, Mi
s Mr. Hendricks is a handsom
I young farmer whose business capae
ties are unlimited, and who -is prot
perous in his work.
The bride is a lovely yonag womal
whose rare beauty and charmin
manners have vion her numeron
friends, and who are loath to gif
her up from their happy circle.
3 May God's richest blessings res
upon them and may they be ever a
happy as on this beautiful May day
J. E. F. .
The "I r'ntkrs fee" has been r(
ceived which is hereby kindly ac
-1 Turkey Tales.
Mr. Editor: Since the postoffie
r departmeint has changed the name o
our. postoffice, we are all working an
t pay no attention to the "Sultan.". .
An the miorning of the 23d uit.;.w
had a nicelT ifPiak- but not enougi
to injure crops very :
I This week has been busy week will
the clod hoppers - plaiting cottor
seed, corn. etc. - The soil seems to bN
a Ittle stubborn this Spring, and th<
weeds are growving fiire where land
has not been plowed. It makes som4
of us think of a piece of poetry thal
was in some of the old. school books
"Who ye who till the stubborn soil,
Whose hard hands guide the plow,
Youthink the curse still clings to earth
From the olden time till now.
But while ye think 'tix hard to toll,
And sweat the long, *iong day through,
Remember it is harder stild
To have no work to do."
No mardiages c:hroneicled from thiu
burg this month. So I reckon the
April tools will have to fool on as
Sam says till crops are laid by.
*The Baptists at Mountain Grove
church are trying to get up a Suanday
scebool in connection with their Sun
day evening prayer meeting, which
has been kept tup pretty regeluarly
since the revival meeting last fall.
Rev. A. 3. Manley is their pastor and
seems to be the right man in the rig!.t
Some of the boys ,says they don't
mind paying road tax, but they do
hate to pay gullyv tax. Our public
roads up here in the hill country re
winds us of what an old man said
some years ago about his shoes. The
old brother had beea acesased of be
ing a little "tipsy," and in giving his
explanation he said hia old stloes was
all twisted down and what used to b~e
time in-sole had got to be the out-sole.
So Mr. Editor that is the way with
some of oar baok country roads, what
used. to be the road-bel has got to be
the road gully. And in some places
they are deep galleys at that. The
one dollar commutation tax law has
ruiined our cross country roads, they
have been neglected until in many
places it isn't safe to drive a buggy
over them. . Rustic.
Masonie Meeting. - -
There will be a regular communi
cation of Keowee Lodge, 79 of A. F.
and A. M. on next- Saturday night,
the 9th inht, for work in the second
and third degree.
All Master Masons in good standl
ineg are ardiailly invited to meet with
us. By order of'
Se'yv. W. M.
T ~ re will be an examination for teachers
to bdheld at this plade on Friday May the ?id.
Exanilnation will begin at 90'clock. A pplicants
1nust furnish their own sta lonpe, -
lj. T4. galluj, (Jqihji n'p ,Education.
-FOR SALE: -Eggs for hatching
from pure bred barred Plymouth
Rlock.-50 cents per dozen. Ad.
dress with stamp for reply, Mrs. L.
4. Dickson, MLeet, S. 2 t.
The Cause of Many
Theve is e disse pyeyigag~ in }|
enn - meet - . es beent? ;o desT.
-- .- tie, Manty sudden
detsare caused by
.?. neumnonia, heart
1. - alr or apoplexy
are often the result
- .FIof kidney dase. If
-~ - I-kidney trouble is al
L owed to advanca the
kidney-p oiso ned
-blood V4attyk hu
Ildneys tr~~ees 'biekdwanwas
awiay cell by ce). -
~Bladder tfoubles most glways resu$ from
a demangement of the ki'lneys and a cure is
btained quickest by a pro'per~ tretmenol
he~ kidneys. If yodi ,r feeling badly you
.m mistakte by ta~ngi . mer's
gunpa the g~a kidney4 livr m~d
b adde!rn dy.
it carrets induity to hold urine and scald-.
ing pain la passing It, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and the
extraordinary effect'of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for it4 Wn:
derful cures of tIe xmos 4trpssing. cases.
SWSu to take-anis'oI
iii1~i. bot htbet usay
geneous fferin tipper.
00a'gs makeo any rniskbut remember
te- -aUme, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
spA th~ sddi.c~s, BInhamton.
s oferngthe good people of Liberty and surrounding country
a best goods at the lowest prices. My customers are expe
icing a satisfied feeling and a saving of money such as can
be found in any other store in the county. I want every
body else to know what my customers already know.
I am showing the daintiest weaves and newest effects
in soft lustrous mercerized Oxfords. Madras and 1903
e waistings. Of DIMITIES, LAWNS, MUSLINS and
PERCALS I have a varied and beautiful assortment.
White Cotton Towels, 5c the pair.
e Red Hankerchiefs, -c for 2.
Dress or Work Shirt 25c each.
Overalls 39 a pair.
-Sweaters . - - 25c each.
S 31b. can Standard brand Tomatoes at iic.
Rice, i6, 18 and 20 lbs. for $i.oo,
Syrup, 25, 35, 40, 45 and 5oc a gallon.
Genuine Muscavado Molassess, 45c a gallon.
If you want the very best flour try my "Queen of
Patents" at $4.50 a barrell.
In Hardware I claim to lead. Competition may howl
but I lead the procession. I have all kinds of tools
T7 Ale cheapest to the very best and I am selling
- -.First clsi el lows at 42c a lb.
-- Guano Horns Tu t a joint2C
Red Ball Top Hames, 48c a pair.
Georgia Ratchet Plow Stocks, 75c.
Swingle Trees 15c and 25c.
I also have a big line of Buggy Shafts, Poles, Dash
Boards, Cushions, Post Diggers, Razors, Table and
Pocket Cutlery and all sorts of Trace and Wagon
chains. Yours for trade,
R. C.CAR T ER,
THE CASH MERCHANT.
At Shirley's Old Stand. LIBER TY, S. C.
... UOUR. ..
Bobl Fount Beolo
Ice Cold Drinks at all Times.
Pickens Drug Company.
W1Miy ALL,. - * y. MoD. BRUCE,
. PICKENS BANK, *
.OF PICKENS, S. C.
O A PITA L, - - $1 20,500.00.a
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $.100,055.29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Mahagement.
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPE.CIALTY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS.
.E.GOOD, J. CRFA , J. F. BOGGS,
* H. A. RICH EY, J. M. STEWART, ,J. MoD. B bCE.
* . AT TH EA4
Telargest business in our history. Our Millinery and Ikesa Depart
methsbeen crowded from d:ay to dy. This shows thaut the people ap
preciate our efforts along this line and this hia encouraged us to make
greater efforts. We have arranged to offer some special values for the
next few weeks. DQn't f~i ta see him.
Ang~her shipment of the
" WHITE SEAL CLOTHING."
juat arrived, so come in and sel1ect your suit
before the siges are hveken, you just as well buy a sunit that fits, when it
-doesn't cast any roe.
A Big Line of-~
*ST RAW H AT S,
-and they are going fast. Come quick. I
We have not neglected y wanuts in the Vehicle Line. A hi6 line of
....Buggies, Surreys, Wagons, etc... ~I
Another car of the famous "RO~CK HILL" to arrive soon. We like to n
sell Bock Hill Buggies because they give satisfaction.
-Our Hardware and Grocery Department is comle. 'Ye havn't pe
to tel you about it, Come. to see us and we will nk i interestingfo
Gi 0 0
THE LARGEST STOCK
WE HAVE EVER
Your attention is especially called to oniimmieseli
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hafs, Shoes*
Gents Furnishing Goods. ."'':
A complete line of Lawns, Dimities, Percale, s nen,
cerize goods in all colors with Laces and Trimmnwg t"f ,
We have the prettiest line of plain and merceized g-'d
ever Sliown in Pickens.
Gentlemon it is about time for you to begin to think".& O~ _
Spring Suit, Hat, Shoes, Shirts Etc. The first qnestidon, t ask
yourself is. Where can I get the best suited? Don't buy a
that fits every way but the right way. ,If you want &adi*a al
so style and quality and the right price, also give us a i ue
of your time and we wil be only too glad to show you i o
line. We have by far the best line of clothing this sees*eZa
Shoes! . Sh'
You know what the "Battle Axe" Shoes are. The re
of shoes, but the "Bottle Axe" downs them a
rkFor Men and Womn
We also have a nice lne of Patent Leather Spe o en
of Hardware, Horrows, Hoes, Plows, 'and PlowGo01a t
Belting, Shingle Mills, and Mill Supplies, auythin g
with prices right.
We havn't the space here to tell you one-tenth the things e & .
liko to but we invite you to our store and we will do ov t
inti-rast you here.
OLGER & HoRN4Jj
Just received a big lot of Dise Harrows prices 20
We ask you to read our new advertisements which will a
aue of the Pickens Sentinel-Journal as they will mention u.. o
economical buyer can afford to miss. We have a excelent
and you may feel perfectly safe in serding even a little child i xa-e
any article ofmerchandise at our store as we have only ON E T
Oompare Our Prices
On anything from a paper of Needles up and yon will fln usthe chae:
We Dhmt Blow
ourho' iso many pounds ofsagar for $1.00 which is always ora it a.
trifle above o* make it appear that everything else isehespia prop'o
Below We Quote 8oD j~ Low Prices~;
A few Georgia Ratchet Plow Stocks to cj 4each
A nice little plow line for 10s. 32 feet long. Youca
Oliver Ames'Shovel No. 2, for 90 cents.
No lady can afford to be without a Half Gallon Cips. Our prie5.
Try our Farm Bell Flour $4.40 a barreL.
We sell the International Stock Food. All packages abovethe 256mze at
We are in aposition to handle all the chinkens eggs &c in the count ~o
mocp. Come and see us.
One-Price Cash Store. -
A BIG LOT OF
Fall and Winter G da
t BARGAIN PRICES. Come at once and get choice~ the
>rice will move them and they won't last long.
Thanking those who have traded with me the pa sen
,nd hope for a continuance of the same, I am
JO HN. F. H ARRIS.
All Half-Shoveis 4%4c. per lb. Twisters, Straigh
Shovels and Scooters from 24 inches and up, 4c. iL
Theie prices for consumers only.
A good New Orleans Molasses at 25c. per galloi.
If you ever-use my 10 lb. Green Coffee, no troubi
to sell you again,
I want a lot of Hens and two or three. good M c.
T. D. ErLA&4.EB.
DID YOU EN9UBE
Yes, we are going to continue the business found
V. H. PICKENS.
We are pleased to state that our stock is larger anc
mnplete than ever before. ~if you need a Gook~t e
ange, we have Brand New Patterns for you to choose
he Box Oven is the latest style of stove. Come andse:
fii the past we have sold PAINT and OIL to a use~
ery particular folk. The result was satisfactory, 'both
nid the buyer. We want YOUR patronage in thu.
ARGEST STOCK, RIGHT PRICES, make a good
ation; we have both.
Best of Sheet Metal work executed on short notice
re offerin splendid bargains in China, Agate, Tin and
~oods. Aatng your inspection of our stock, we ax