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THURSDAY, MIY 7,1903.
Happeligs of a Local ail P8116l latue.
-There is a new dentist in town.
Watch for his advertisement.
- Craig Bros., tell you in their ad.
this week how to prepare for war in
-Rev. B. Holder will preach at
Secona the third Sunday at 3 o'clock.
Everybodyjgvid4to be preaent.
-Don't fail to read the advertise
ments, foi if you do, you miss some
mighty interesting ntws.
-Folge & Thornley talk clothing
and gents supplies in their ad. See
it and pro 't by their talk.
- 't Ellis and wife, of Green
ville y; visited the family of his
father Gideon Ellis, near Pickens,
upe Partridge left yesterday
w days visit to friends and
es in Atlanta and other parts
The farmers are all about up
,wi their work and these of them
/w have been wishing for rain are
Mrs. Nancy Mlitchell died at the
e of John Castle, over in the
T~ lve Mile section, last Friday and
aV ed Saturday.
k is being rapidly put on
the for the new store of W.
T. nd the active work of
bu m te.in this week.
Harris talks laces, ema
i d insertions to match;
and tton hoes at less than
they st on the market.
tudents of the Graded
oing right ahead practic
ting ready for the closing
the school which will be
court house on the nights
and 22d instant.
tyou enough interest in
help us make it inter
oiisend us the
section2 Report the births,
visitors and anything else
in your locality; it will be
ad you noticed the showing of
ckens Bank? If not, look it Up,
all your surplus change should
at on deposit there; they will pay
r rate of interest to you. It is a
ng institution and should get
The chain gang is now working
the roads leading northward from
ens; several more machines are
ded; Pickens township and this
ought to buy a machine to'gether
put ever~y road leading to the
thouse in first class fix; it would
Ip to the business interests of
e election of trustees for Pick
Idistrict was held Saturday
'ted in the election of J. E.
W. T. McFall-and J. L
s is again assured of
the bet raded school in the
,so send your children here to
efollowing students finish!
lic school course this session '
ickens Graded school, and at I
ng of the school Prof. W. E
will hand to Gregg Twiller
,Frank McFalI, James Hovey
d Wonda Cecil Hester each
School Diploma, signed up
oard of Education and their
game of baseball between
and Wofford which was
onday on tlxe..lenmson dia
-wittiie by several of the
pie as well as large crowds
r places. Clemson won by
11 to 1 for Wofford. Wof-'
up the game after playing'
he eighth inning, and left for
ug.(eorgia and Tennes
ut sixty Spartanburg peo
ded the game.
Silver Leaf Cornet Band, of
is an assured fact; the in
ts have been received and the
enow actively engaged in
"sweet discords." J. E. Par
Liberty, has been engaged
them how to play and ere
eof the best bands in the
I be playing to a gratified, if
srmg, public. The band,
composed of eighteen m'em
the well wishes of its friends,
may quickly learn the most
e will be a meeting of thei
next Monday, 18th inst., at
,at the home of M1iss Lutiai
The chapter has about per-i
organization and has twen
is on its roll. All the ladies
ommnunity, whose fathers,
other lineal aneesters who
Confederate states during
ar are invited to attend and
Sis hoped that a reunion of
vet.-rans will be held on the
of June by which time the
expect to receive and dis
osses of honor.4
"city dads" are to be comi
or the way they are pushing
Pickens; taey have a force
under Chief of T~olice Grif
rk on Main street, and from
of Main and Garvin streets,
e city limit, some mighty'
has been done. On what
"The Lane" from Town
idge to Mrs. Ann Griffin's
widened, rounded up and
shape; the rock ledge in
has been blasted away and
roadway built into town and
now be easily pailkd up.
eral ci the old soldiers &re at.
the reunion in Colnmbia this
it is needless to say they'
a good time, for they will,
y a hair-raising tale, of suf
isery and miraculous escapes
told on their comrades, and
bc-art pang will be felt, ht
the nntimely death of some
miradle and many a prayer
ad to the throne of Mercy for
- .,Micitor Boggs and family have
moved into their new residence.
-Don't criticise the contents of
this newspaper unless You are a pail.
-R. C. Carter, of Liberty, is stil
selling goods at prices that will say
you money. **
-Go to Henderson's- Gallery, ove
Craig Bros., store for first class ph.)
-When you want bargains in al
most anything, go to R. C. Cartel
-Born to Mr. and Mr s. T. I
Bivios, on the 11th instant, twins - I
boy and girl.
-Read I. C. Carter's new advet
tisement and see how you like hii
-Miss --Keys, of Fairdeal
Anderson coun.y, is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. John P. Griffin, in Pickeni
-What is the difference betweei
a soldier and a pretty woman? On,
faces the powder and tl'e other pow
ders the face.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Higgins ani
children, of Esley, and Aaron Boggs
of Calhoun, are visiting the family ol
A. J. Boggs.
-Tho Aiken Recorder states that
a nightingale has been seen and heard
at that place by several persons. It
is a rare bird in this country.
-For-Sale Cheap, a thoroughbred
Shetland (stallion) pony; gentle as v
amb; any child can handle him; price
low and you can make your money
back on him in one season. Apply
at this office.
-N. D. Taylor. photographer, wil
be in his studio, Carey bailding, or
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19th
and 20th. Remember the date, and
call on him if you want firA clasI
-A. A. Alexander, (Dock,) of Eas
tatoe, will be in Pickens on salesday
in June with nice, corn raised, Berk
hire shoats, and those in need o
aice shoats will d.> well to hold their
-It is said of a Canadian mother
rho died the other day: "She was a
rue wife, a fond mother, and so man
Lged affairs as to marry off her nine
frls before any other female in the
ieigghborhood could even get a beau.'
-S. J. Gassaway, of the Kings
-ection, was in town yesterday and he
-eports the wheat crop practically
-uined; the rust is eating it up and
ese cold days are against it; he says
f it comes a cold rain on it it is gone.
--L G. Clayton, of Central, filled
). M. Abney's appointment in the
Methodist church at Pickens last
Sunday to a large audience. Hie
helled the woods and hit a good
nany. In the afternoon he preached
t Bethlehem to a good crowd.
-Married, on the 10th inst., at the
esidence of the officiating Notary
o'blic, M. F. Hester, Mr. Sank Hen
ricks to Miss Lida Bayes. All of
~ickens coaunty. The happy couple
ave the congratulations of ther
-Dr. L. 0. Mauldin has located
n Pickens for the pract~ce of his prc
ession and opened an office in the
-e rooms up-stairs aver Dr. Earle's
rug store, where he can always be
ound when not professionally en.
aged. See his card elsewhere in
-It is remarkable what little bites
woman takes when eating in the
resence of her sweetheart. What a
ittle month she has then? She nib
les with her little white teeth like
some dainty squirrel eating a hickory
ut. But wait till washday comes!
Watch her when she goes to hanging
>ut clothes and gets ina hurry. By
he time she gets the big ends of fif
en clothes pins in that mouth, you
vill begin to think that it is a pretty
ood sized, hearty mouth after all.
Easley Notes, R. F. D. No. 4
The farmers in this section are
bot done planting, but are seeding
ain and warm-weather.
The health of this community is
ery good at this writing.
The two eldest sons of the Rev.
tephen Lesley are staying awhile
ith their aunt, Miss Mattie Lesley.
Miss Leland Biehop, a young lady
>f Piedmont, was buried at Zion
:hrh Sonday. She died of con
Hovey Welborn visited at his home
at Saturday night. Hovey has
rested himself to a nice new top
Z N. Mullinix will soon have his
sew house completed. It is a nice
iouse and Zeph surely means "busi
ess," and we are expecting to get a
iece of cake ere long.
There were quite a crowd of dis
Lproited people at Zion church the
econd Sunday in May. Rev. W. E.
Viggins failed to meet his appoint
Chit Chat From stewart.
There wias an all day singing at
eowee church Sunday, the 3d inst.
. large crowd assembled, though the
lay was very murky. But the music
was melodious. There were some
rery charming young ladies present.
)f course none of them were morose.
:don't believe there wvas a "beldam"
n the crowd.
We haven't any "tattlers" in this
:omm-nity, so news is very scarce.
Misses Lucy, Sanie and Alma
Lauldin, who have been attending
chool at Easley will soon be at home
Health in this community was
ever better, as bread and "lassess"
s the question; of course they all
ave.a aood digestion.
The iron bridge, on Keowee river,
er Birch's Ford, is very near comn
lted. It is finished on the Pickens
~ide. Ocounee must be asleep.
Farmers in this section are very
acar done planting.
If this doesn't find its way to the
waste basket I will be more inquisi
:ive among my friends, and try tc
ie you more news next week.
Rev. Lewis preached an eloquent
iermon the first Sunday afternocr. at
G*ap Hill. .AffGnymous Dolt.
To Mothers in Town.
hildren who aedeli at, fevers andC08
$'A Voice From Old Pckens."
Mr. Editor. Under the above cap
tion you take the Pickens County Su
pervisor and Commissioners to task
for letting a job of work on the
bridge at Old Pickens. Yoa do not
I make any direct charges, but some
e very strong insinuations that we are
extravagant, or in collusion with the
bidder, or that we manipulated the
matter in such a way as to get a "rake
ofE" These insinuations are unjost
to say the least of them. If you have
any proof to sustain any of them we
demand it, if you have no such proof
we ask as a matter of simple justice
that you so state.
In your comments you say "some
explanations are now in order. Who
will make them?"
We beg to say that the statements
in the correspondence from "Old
Pickens" are entirely incorrect. The
truth of the transaction is thi6 On
the day the above work was to be iet
County Commissioners Welborn and
Talley met the Oconee Supervisor
and one Commissioner at the iron
bridge to let to the lowest iesponsi
ble bidder, certain repairs. Super
visor Stephens was not there, he be
ing at home sick. Commissioner
I Welborn was auctioneer and the low
est bid was by Mr. Richardson, an
Oconee man, for $376. When this,
the last bid was made, Mr. Welborn
promptly announced that he would t
not accept it, believing it to be too
high. The Supervisor #f Oconee
then asked what to do, and Mr. Wel
born replied to re-advertise and re
let the work. The Supervisor of Oco t
nee and Mr. Richardson then went to
one side and had a talk, and when
Mr. McAlister, the Supervisor, came
back he askei if we would re open
the bidding, as be thought we could
get the work done for $100 less. To
this we consented, the bidding was
opened and the lowest made was by
Mr. Richardson for $276, and the
work was awarded to him.
Now we ask you Mr. Fditor w'ho
had the "Eagle Eye" and whose ex
travagance or "rake off" was it? Or
who was in collusion?
We do not object to any or all of
our official acts being made public,
but we do object to being charged by
i.aplication or othc rwise with corrup. t
-"10 D-,d0Vfrg'inless ( - ^,s n
be proven. And we demand the proof. b
In your issue of the 7th inst, you
fall into another error when you say P,
the pier at the Birch's Ford bridge I
was accepted by the two Supervisors, t
McAlister and Stephens. The truth I
is all the Commissioners, except pos
sibly Mr. Talley, was present when
the pier on the Pickens side of said s
bridge was found to be defective, and t
this detect was discovered by Mr.
Stephens and the ~work rejected. After U
this, Commissioners Welborn and 1
Talley were sent to inspect the pier L
on the Oconee side and it also was t
not builk according~ to contract and r
rejected. And both piers were re- 1
built according to contract alter this 0
L D. SHN~S, Co. Sap.
A. J. Wzr.Bon, Co. Coin.
Dote From Twelve Mile.
THE ARK AGAIN SPIED. 1
Mr. Editor: Allow ms space to
say a few words and tell the peo- 5
ple that we are living, for we can't
get away to see them on account of d
the internally bad roads. What is
the reason our Commissioners can
not have them fixed? Are they
too scared to risk their precious d
nfecks over them to show the over
seers how 'tis done?
The health of this community is
extra good at present; we are truly y
glad, too, for we could never send it
for a doctor over these roads.
The farmers are about done
planting except some late patches.
The small grain is looking very
well, but what bothers us is how a
we will get a thresher up here over 0
the bad roads, and how can we go
We have up here one of the a
grandest things you ever did se,
or heard tell of ; some say it is the
Pickens county chain gang; others
say it is the Pickens Ark, so wea
call it the ark. In Noah's Ark
there were birds of every kind and
animals of every kind, while there
is "birds" of every kind and mulea E
of every kind in the Pickens Ark ~
Nah's Ark rested on Mount v,
Ararat and the Pickens Ark is y
f9ating towards the mountains but y,
we do not know which one she will i:
rest on just yet, but we think it d;
will stop on Bald Knob and be na
turned into a summer resort hotel ~E
and we understand several parties
from the upper edge of Anderson
and the lower edge of Pickens
counties ha~ve registered at $1.00 a
per day and board.
This ark is creating intense ex-.
citement a r ongst the children asV
they are taught in. their Sunday
Shols that in the time of Noah's
Ark and the flood there was none
saved except Noah, his three Sons
and their wives, anid they ~
want to know if this ark ,
is portentious of another flood.
but we tell them that the world s
will never again be covered with ~
water but that everything in it I
will be covered with high taxes, tl
and when this fiood comes there Ij
will be rLone saved but "Noah", s,
his three commnissioners and their ~
sons, who are now sticking close ti
to the ark.
If this escapes the waste basket c
I may worry you and your readers t
again and tell you when and where
the ark lights. S
A FRIEND OF THE PAPER.
P. S. What do you reckon, Mr.
Editor, that little Easley Progress
will say about this arkr and Noah,
and his three commissioners and I
their sons? But it shoots off half
cocked and don't hit a thing.
Notice to Stockholders.
The Central Roller Mill Co., will
hold a meeting of the stockholders on
the 9th of Ju~ne 1903, at their office,
at Central, S. C., to deterinie the
question of increasing from $7,500 to
$20,000. F. B. Morgan, Pres.
iR. G. Gainen. Sec. and Tfreas.
There will be an exam:Imation for teachers
six Mue may meeting
Notwithstanding the raLher diso
greeable, blustering day, last Sunda;
was a great day at Six Mile. A trE
mendous gathering it was from ever
part of Pickens county and ther
were numerous representatives fron
neighboring counties: A conserva
tive estimate of the crowd was frou
1,200 to 1,600. Six Mile, as is gen
rally known, is one of the larges
shurches in the county. The buil(
ing is spacious and comparativel,
It is in one of the most prosperou;
ections of the County and is settle<
by a thrifty anl intelligent class o
In the morning a strong sermoi
as preached by the pastor, Rev. B
J. Atkinson, after which the Sacra
nent was administered. At the con
:lusion of the service for the spiritua]
nan, came the glad hour for thi
ourishment of the physical man
Uhere was an abundance of everythinj
zood to eat. These good people livi
,vell at home and know how to pre
pare good things to eat.
After dinner all reassembled in thi
,hurch for a scng service. If theri
s one thing these Six Mile people dc
:etter than another, it is to sing
rhey don't hum or mumble-thej
ling, and most of them seem to b
,he singing kind. It was worth along
rip to hear one song, "Hark the Song
if Jubilee," ren'dered by a big musi
:al man-whose name it is hardl
iecessary for us to call-everybodi
mows him by his big, flowing mus
These occasions afford vast oppor
,Lities for the study of human na
ure. Everybody in a good humor
t's "Our May Meeting." A group oj
armers here and there relating thei
Xials of the bac-kward spring, in an,
ther could be seen a few old soldierE
bucklin'g over the few pension dol
ars they had received a few days be
ore, and looking with fond atitici..a
ion to the reunion in Columbia. Ii
nother group might be seen a num
>er of the "mothers in Israel" that
vondered at the changns in people
ud things in general "since their
lay." It isn't unlikely that they be
noaued the diminutiseness of vege
ables in their gardens, and discussed
he size and number of their chickei
And the young people! 0, the
irls and the boye! This was the
appy time so long looked forward
. John and Jim and Bill and
[enry were all there in those bran
ew buggies (top buggies on the H.
[. T. order with side curtains ) They
acceeded in persuading the girls
it it was a very windy day on the
utside and too hot to be comfortable
side of the church,-the top buggy
eing the happy medium and the
atural retreat. The boys feelingly
>ld the same old story, which was
ecved willin~gly, and even gladly,
I :me instance' ; in differen tly in
thers. No doubt some consider
ay 10,- May Meeting at Six Mile
The college student was there in
l his glory, bedecked in uniforgn
ad brass buttons, -the cynosure of
Il eyes. As he strutted nonchalant.
raround the grounds, he was fully
mscious that every girl that beheld
im fell desperatelv w love with him.
'he good-natured country boy,
iun ted on his wheel, about evenly
ivided honors ,vith the college stu
A hasty glimpse of this great day
ist suffice. The imagination must
o the rest-to do the subject justice
'ould require a book of liberal pro.
Long may the good people of Six
[ile live to celebrate the May Meet
ig-the second Sunday in May
Death of Mr. M. Warren Ford,
Mr. M. Warren Ford died of con
2mption at his home in Green ville
the morning of the 9th inst. Mr.
'ord was born and reared in the
labtown section of Anderson couty
ad was 53 year3 old. M~Jr. Ford
ent into the mercantile business at
us place soon afte-r the town was
cated and lived here for a number
years, then located in Greenville
ad remained there until his death,
[ was well and favorably known to
any of our people. He leaves a
idow and one brother, Mr. W. WV.
'ord, of this place, and two sisters,
[rs. Glenn B3oggs and Mrs. Foster
/vatt. He was a member of the
['thodist church for a number of
ears. His remains were interred in
2e Greenville cemetery on last Sun
ry. We extend sympathies to the
embers of the bereaved family.- -
Dots From Easley Rt. F. D.
We are having some ver-y dry
id windy weather.
Most of our farmers have quit
ork, waiting for rain, which we need
ary badly. From the looks of clouds
iink we will get some soon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E Lathem have
nichaed a nice new carriage. They
ave quite a handsolwe turnout now.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie McMahan, of
asley, visited their grandmother,
Irs. Elliott Holcombe, this week.
A crowd of oi.r young people con
sting of Messrs. WV. H. LaBoon W.
. Rihey, Msses Jennie and Rosa
;llis and Miss Z >a Richey attended
e opera at Greenville last week.
he play was 'Wcause she loved him
g They speak very uighly of the
lay and report having quite a jol~y
we. They also visited Miss Willie
lay ilis, of Chicota college, and
ther r-elatives and friends wvhile in
Messrs. Charley and Henry Gari
on also attended the play at the opera
Miss Estee W atson is visiting at
Ir. R. E. Lathem's this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Richey dined
,ith Mr. and Mrs. Y. D. Meaders
Fearing the waste basket, will ring
f for this time. No News.
-FOR SA LE: -Eggs for hatching
rom pure b'red barred Plymoutl
ock.-50 cents per dozen. Adi
tress with stamp for reply, Mrs.. L
L. Dickson, Meet, S. u. St.
-The city council of Andersox
Las sold $40,000 worth of streel
m~vement and school bonds to
ficrm at a premium of $900
[he bone bear five per cent in
t is offering the good people of Liberty and surrounding country
the best goods at the lowest prices. My customers are expe
riencing a satisfied feeling and a saving of money such as can
not be found in any other store in the county. I want every
j body-else to know what my customers already know.
B I am showing the daintiest weaves and newest effects
in soft lustrous mercerized Oxfords, Madras and 1903
waistings. Of DIMITIES, LAWNS, MUSLINS and
PERCALS I have a varied and beautiful assortment.
White Cotton Towels, 5c the pair.
Red Hankerchiefs, 5c for 2.
Dress or Work Shirt 25c each.
Overalls 39 a pair.
Sweaters 25c each.
31b. can Standard brand Tomatoes at i ic.
Rice 16, 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
from the cheapest to the very best and I am selling
Guano Horns Tube in one piece without a joint I 2c.
Red Ball Top Hames, 48c a pair.
Georgia Ratchet Plow Stocks, 75c.
,wingle 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. LIBERTY, S. C.
SOk Eougf Henno~
Ice Cold Drinks at all Times.
Pickens Drug Company.
W. T. McFALL, ,T. McD,~ BRUCE,
* PICKENS BANK,.e
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CA PIT AL, - - $ 20,500.00.4
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $100,055.29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management, a
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS. C
G. . IIE,... TW RT, J. Uc CE.
The largest business~ in our history. Oar Millinery and Dress Depart
ment has been crowded from d.ay to day. This shows that the people ap
preciate our eff'orts along this line and this has encouraged us to make
greater effo'rts. We have arranged to offer some special values for the
next few weeks. Don't fail to see him.
Another shipment of the
" WHITE SEAL CLOTHING."
just arrived, so come in and selet your suit
before the sizes are broken, you just as well buy a suit that fits, when it
doesn't cost any more.
A Big Line oft
ST RAW H ATS,
-and they are going fast. Come'quick.
We have -not neglected y watnts in the Vehicle Line. A big line of
B..uggies, Surreys, Wapons, etc...
Another car of the famous "ROCK HIDL" to arrive soon. We like to
sell Rook Hill Buggies because they give satisfaction.
Oar Hardware and Grocery Department is aomnplete. 'Ye havn't space
to tell you about it. Come to see us and we will make ni interesting for
yoh. Yours truly,
Di~jll ni u$n;II5J
LOOKS ASF A CYCLOE
" h ADJI STRUCK*TE
We have had the biggest clothing trade in tbe shiso
of our business and Spring has hardly come. e
ordering more clothing every day. If you want - -.
FIT and QUALITY at the right price you will atlAyd
find it here.
We are Sole Agents for the Celebrated
'Horse Shoe Braid" -of ft"iec O~ti
FOR MEN. There's None-BetteirMade
Our line Shirts, Shoes, Hats and -d6t6i
Goods is more complete this Spring Ahan, ever
"Better and 'Better Day by Day" is-our motto on -r
lines. Cheap shoddy goods are an: abomin
day has come when eyerybody wants and wilave
best goods. We have always been cranks on hedh
the very best goods that money could buy. They are
always the cheapest in the long run. We keep every
thing, ask for what you don't see, if we havnC- got it
we will get it for you. Your patronge solicited. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Yours truly,
Folger & Thornley
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishg
-PREPARE FOR WAR
IN TIME OF PEACE.
Now is the time to buy Grain Cradles. We
have them at the very lowest cash price.
Call and see them.
For a nice light-durable cotton hoe we ask.
you to exampe our line.
W6ehave a arge "kf w
one of the best sweeps .made, almost any
sizes. We also have the patent sweeps and,
extra wings that we are offering at a bargain
When in need of fruit jars remember we
have the very best jar made quart size for
75c doz. Half gallon size for $1.00. We.
also have extra t&ps and rubbers in abun
CFlour ! Flour !'4
At present we are able to offer a very .good
flour for $3.75 a 'barrell. Let us quote you
prices in our entire line of flour for we be
lieve we can save yc-:' money.
Bring us your chiakens and eggs iat'd bny
your goods where you can always conut on
the price being right . Yours for tradie.
A BIG LOT OF
Fall and Winter Goods
t BARGAIN PRICES. Come at once and get choice as 'te
rice will move them and they won't last long.
Thanking those who have trafded with me the past season"
nd hope for a continuance of the same, I am
SJOH N F. H ARRIS.
lreat Bargains in Laces!
and embroidery with insertions to match! A man who makes it his
usiness to scrape up bargains in goods sent me a lot of fine lae8, em
roiderie~s and insertions with instructions "to sell''; that means as long
sthia lot lasts you can buy it for less than half the usual price; along
ith the lot is some extra fiine kwns; were it not for the rediculously
w price he made on this I would ship is back. Several pieces organ
ies and other up to date dress goods; you will be interested~ in~trhd
rices on this stuff. A few pairs very nice oxfords, hardly enoudh to
ention, 45c. for your choice. Last year a house shipped me about 10
mes as many cotton hoes as I bought; it is a good thing I kept them,
they ara much higher. I can sell you cotton hoes for less than they
n be bought at wholesale, and still make a little profit, and I am
illing to do it.J
Produce always wanted.
T. D. HARRIS
Ne are always
clad. to see you
--buying the best.
The best is the cheapest. It is economy to buy the best.
We like to sell the best because the best always gives satisfaction.
This applhes to all classes of goods
Stoves, Axes, Saws, Table and Pocket
utlery, Hammers, Hand Saws &.- Hoes.
.-as well as to
Shoes, hats, Clothing, Jeans, Sheetings, Checks,
Yarns, Drills, Oil Cloths,
and hundredsof other useful ar ticles which we always have in
REMEMBER! Good goods cost but little more Lban
shoddy goods. Call in, look through our stock in its various
lines and give us your valued business. Our stock is now com
plete in every way.