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-N. R. eemr,:-h
sect.ion, was here Monday.
-Dr. W. F. Austin, dentist, wil
ia Pickens 26th and 27th.
--Read R. C. Carter's new adver
ise~nent and see how you like him
-Go to Henderson's Gallery, over
Craig Bros., store for nest class ph.
-An oil mill is to be built at Bel
ton, to be ready for operation in th
-R. C. Carter, of Liberty, is still
selling goods at prices that will save
you money. **
-Mrs. J. T. Taylor and daughters,
Eileen and Lorena, visited in Green
ville this week.
-Plow animals have caught it for
the last ten days. The hard ground
is telling on them.
-Do your shopping these after
noons before 6:30 o'clock, for the
stores close at that hour.
-Miss Eva Holcombe, of Clement,
and Mrs. MeMahan, of Easley, are
visiting the Misses Richey.
--Come out to the Graded school
entertainments tonight and tomorrow
night. You will never regret it.
-The farmers have made good use
of- the er the past
W.aind all of them are u
-Helen, the infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Leigh Hunt died the 14th inst. We
extend our sympathies to the be
--Prof. J. C. Garrett will deliv
re at Six iMile e r
I in June 10a.m. Tb
eral vited attend.
O our young men wl
This at their majority since t:
countyi election should not neglect to g4
a registration certificates.
miies thTle cottOnn that came up la
ratik s'kuck very close to the groun
_n that is struggling out of ti
Sand has a sickly appearance.
-Pickens was full of people lai
Saturday from early morn until aft(
Sdarkand the merchants had abot
pa At-the business they could attend t
in --Have you read the advertis
ment of thre Easley Hardware Co.,i
this issue? You should read it an
try for a good razor at a cost of or
N -ftrange how sensitive some pe
pie g when you ask them for whi
- ath g.e you. Knowing their sens
intive ature, they ought not to wait
-JThe Secretary of State has i
hi sued~ a commission to J. J. Sitton, I
pr G 'vans and W. J. Martin for a co
ill at Pendleton, which is cap
d at $65,000.
- ;po rmesWR f the Cro..~res
o frk n a ~verely aboveI
of chees- ye by a mule on Monday of lai
.He was puttiug a plow on hi
iahes ia g stock when kicked.
beight, a. Rev. C. L. McCain has jus
* half Po ed two very successful meeting
The em and Jocasse. As a resul
at 17 .ty has been added to the churche
mand at Salem and eleven at Jocass,
sale is At the request of the Home Mi
. ,egh Committee, of the South Car<
neigh esbytery, Rev. J. T. Wade wi
all that *c., at Old Pickens the fifth Sur
of a dij.. this month at 11 a. mn., and
lenow thiT. D. Taylor, photographer, wi
cess ha his studio, Carey bolding, r
ab eaed day and Wednesday, May 261
abl ene d27th. Remember the date, at
A ci1 on him if you want first cia
powder..- n T. McDaniel, who is stor,
h s r and guager at the Richlan
uop iling Company's plant, in Colun
*o , is spending his usual sunmme
By t cation in Pickens, having come n
th his family last Friday.
Sister.4 -A. A. Alexander, (Dock,) of Es
Am toe, will be in Pickens on salesda
Arm June with nice, corn raised, Berl
son, kE~ shoats, and those in need<
tal in~ e Eshoats will do well to hold the
to $2' ,000. s. Prices will be right.
MiSS The-. G. McDaniel, who holds a pt
relativ -on n ith the Richland Distillin
-, at Columbia, can.e to Picker
Jay and will spend the summe
hthe home folks. He looks wel
tngaree water agrees with him.
-Applications to be used by Cot
lerate Veterans in asking f<
>sses of Honor may be had by a]
'ng to Judge J. B. Newbery. TI
a s request that veterans hai
Shese properly filled out and filed wit
hem TiIIS WEEK, if possible.
Don't fail to read the advertis
m tof Smith & Bristow, in this i
su they are showing one of the nol
bi lines of clothing, hats, shoes at
gen ts furnishings ever brought
Grlenville. Their spring and sun
mere clothes have the right cut, fi
. syle an~ price.
-Th Ifeatures of the school exe
cises WObe given in the court hou!
tonight! will be the "Tomi Thumil
weddiN and the Hoop Drill; Frida
night thjere will be Japanese Fanta
tics and raduatinig exercises. Bot
nights ar~ the best and each will hai
a program\ exclusively its own. I
not miss e ither night; adission
- Sam I$anier, who was serving
three years.%sentence in the Couni
chain gang and who had only abot
six montts longer to serve, too
"Freneh leave" Tuesday night. E
~aiied to i form the guards of his il
-tended leai e. taking or where he ws
oing andks a consequence they al
ied over his strange col
- tan assign no cause for h
get away as they gave hii
r ileges they could and
ea'ted him nicely. He wi
and had the run of tt
cap P.~ hoy even trusted himi
e e mp and transact certai
~twas necessary, i.
-This time next yar the cand
h a will be in fall bloom.
--The blackberry crop is promi
The blooms are very abundan
-When you want bargains in a
. 3t anything, go to R. C. Carte
-Rev. J. M. Stewart will preat
at Six Mile on the first Sunday
June at 11 a. m.
-Mrs. Dr. W. 0. Nesbitt, of Cha
lotte, N. C., is on a visit to her siste
Mrs. T. L. Bivins in Pickeus.
-Colonel Crittenden, of Gree
ille, is writing the history of th
county from its earliest settlement.
-As you come to the schcol ente
tainment drop in and see 'I he Pickei
Drug Co., and get a nice drihk
-One can stand any amount
pulpit sensationalism, provided, thei
is an abundance of good sense at
wise suggestions mixed with it.
-The Little Bee Hive, of Gree
ville, is ehock full of bargains at
tells you about them this week j
their space. Don't fail to read the
-A strange but not uncoinmt
sight this spring is to see one at
the same man wearing a straw h
and overcoat. Of course he wea
his undercoat also.
-For Sale Cheap, a thoroughbr
Shetlaud (stallion) pony; gentle as
lamb; any child can handle him: prii
low and you can make your mont
back en him in one season. App
at this office.
-N. D. Taylor's gallery is nice
* and be makes a nice pictur
He takes -ances on getting
He takes .0rita
good neg 'ive; he preparer
a nturg 4 pose and thus makes a p,
tograph.1 true to life.
kFolger & Thornley are havi
eir buildings torn down and mo,
A back out of the way, preparatory
e beginning the erection of their br
store; active work on same will pr
ably begin next week and be rust
to an early completion.
-The school entertainment to
given tonight and tomorrow nig
in the court house, will begin prom
ly at 8:45, and all parents who bN
children participating in either nigi
program, will be admnitted each ni,
free of charge and will be given pi
erence of seats if they present the
r selves at the door before 8:30 p.
t The general public will only
charged 10 cents. Ice cream will
served by the Daughters of the C
federacy during and after the eni
m-- For hay and land improvecn
we esteem the Unknown pea the be
~The clay pea comes next and the sa
Smatures ten days earlier. For vil
.the Red Ripper is beat. It also yie
owell. These are all late peas. 1]
early peas are the Rubber, WVhippc
will, black pea and red crowd
These all produce niell. There
several varieties of white peas, 'J
black-eved and white crowder
1both excellent and productive. I
white crowder is the best green fi
>eafor table use.
.-The State rum shops of And
Lt so have been notified to require p
schasers of the "chemically pure"
sign requests for it in presence of1
dispenser an3 not to sell to any<
but once a day. We thought i1
was the law and that all dispens
were observing it. Surely the St
is not openly violating one of its la
for the violation of which some ofI
citizens pay fines or serve terms
the chain gangs, and for the susp<
ed violation of which she has a]
jsome of her best citszens to death
Mr. H. B. Boiwen has been awa
ed the contract for building
houses for the Isaqueena Cotton h~
at this place, and also for build!
~the houses made necessary by
extension of the Liberty Cotton Mi
.Mr. Bowen has a large establishm<
at Norris. He keeps 30 horses bi
-and will buy 10 more soon, besi
employing 16 yoke of oxen. He to
out finished material of all kinds a
lumber in large quantities.
The contract for building the (
ton Mill has not been given out..
The school at thie place, after
successful term under the mans
ment of Prof. H. B. Dominick,
close this week.
The trustees were all re-elected
a r< cent mieetidg as follows: Dr.
G. Clayton, Mr. J. H. Gaincs andc3
'5C. B. Smith.
tTbere is talk of establishingi
;more rural mail routes from
.Mrs. L. C. Posey has returt
Sfrom an extended visit to relatives
.Laurens and Union.
mMrs. Virginia Ragin, of Prosperi
eis visiting Miss Lila Folger.
;Mrs. D. W. Daniel of Clemson(
lege is spent last week with Mrs.
dThe churches of the Piekens as
ciation are urged not to forget
union meeting at Peter's Creek chu
the fifth Sabbath and 8aturday
fore. If the churches have net
-pointed any delegates let them de
at their Sunday schools next Sand
Everybody, whether members of
association or not are invited to
~tend and participate in the meeti
SThe exercises will begin at 10 o'cl<
Saturday and the program arrazg
~for the last union meeting (wh
was rained out) will be used, as
Saturday at 1.0 o'clock a. in., di
ational services by Rev. J. M. Stew
tQueries: Does not the spiritual
.kin our churches often suffer for I
[eof more rigid discipline? Opened
Hon. M. Hendricks.
~sMan's duty to man. Opened
Rev. A. J. Manley.
Sunday morning-Devotional sa
isices, Rev. J. E Foster, 30 minutes
What is a Christian church? Op
ited by Rev. J. M. Stewart.
Is the spiritual growth of our chur
mees to be measured by interest mi
ofested in Missions? Opened by J.
rThe Best Prescription for I
Cbls a Fv r iaoteo GoEs
Chlls~t and Feve igue f~~~ irno an Ta
Little Eastatoe News.
As I have not seen anything latel
from this vicinity, I will give you
St few dots.
t. Ephriam Gilstrap is very sick.
,1. A. Gilstrap 1as been very poorly, b
is better at this writing.
Daniel. Winchester has purchase
an engine and shingle will and is e,
pectiug to run a cotton gin on hi
Barton farm the coning season.
Prof. J. L. Murphree, wife an
r- children, passed through on the
r, way to Urs. Murphree's parent
Mr. and Mrs. Wash Galloway, o
French Broad river.
D. D. Winchester, jr., went to 3
C., last Friday to see his best gir
and he staved until Wednesda,
r- Come "Bale," you must do bette
)s than that.
f We are suffering with dry weathe
very much at present. Cotton is n<
of up to a stand yet. What is up i
ce dying from the eight days cold snal
d Most of the farmers are tbroug
planting. Corn is up to a stan
We have had the longest cold spe
n- in May we ever remember seeing fo
id the time of year.
n Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wincheste
ir visited the latter's parents, Mr. an
Mrs. J. L. Thomas last Sunday.
> Our mail is very inconvenient sinc
d Hazel postoffice has been discontir
t ued. We need a postoffice very ba
rs on Little Eastatoe creek.
d From Stewart
a Mrs. Sallie Hide, of Cateechee, vii
e ted Mr. and Mrs. John Craig Satu:
y ay last.
ly Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Finlay,
Newry, paid a briEf visit to relativ
and friends in this section recentl
e J. S. Craig, of North Carolina vi
'e. ted relatives in this community la
d Farmers near Stewart have ta
"blues.,' on ace= 1
bu bpraps ere l n ,they w ul
ug more rain than they can use, c(
(d sequently, they are not doing ve
to much but visiting.
ick Mr. Steele, of Easley, paid his b
b- girl a brief visit Sunday the 10th.
ked Oh, we went to Six Mile seco
Sunday in May. We surely did enj
be the day. We had a lot of fun, ea
ht one had their bun, but* alas, at t
t, wind up there was too much "candli
There is a holiness meeting beii
, carried on at Old Pickens this we(
't Mr. and Mrs. John Craig, jr.,
ht Walhalla, visited their parents n(
Old Pickens the 10th inst.
A little boy had been to chur
m. "How did you like the sermor
be asked his sister. "Pretty well," si
the little fellow. "The beginni
wasver godand so wvas the er
er- but it had too much mid-dle."
Mrs. M. B. Moore, of Dalton, is
nt the sick list.
st. Well, they say inquisitive peoj
ed are the funerals of conversation; thi
oes do not take in anything for their o1
Id use, but merely to pass it to anoth
he It is said that brains will tell, b
or- sometimes the more brains a man I
er. the less he tells. Qoid nunc.
'he Crosswoli chronlcles.
are As it has been some time since
'he have seen anything in the Sentin
eld Journal from this town will give y
a few locals.
r-The convicts with six large mul
r- and road scrape did some good wc
uon both of our roads leading fi
he Easley to Greeinville last week, and
e was not done before needed, for
ais will wager a "gingy" cake that Job
enie, our R. F. D. boy, has the roup
e est roads, over his route of any
other boys. If any the boys' roa
eare any rougher than his, we are at
or they have bati to carry the mail
onhorseback or footback and walking.
bo fMr. Editor. Has the many read!
of The Sentinel Journal ever thong
about the amount of public ros
there are in Pickens county, and t
amount of bridges to keep up. It
rd- claimed that Pickens county has m<
,he bridges than any county in the Sta
[ill and is one among the smallest.
ing has more miles of public road to t
the square mile than any other coun
ls. Has less hands and funds, in prop<
at tion to the amount of roads. Sn
2y being the case, how can we expect t
les roads to be put in better conditic
ins Will some of the readers pleaso gi
nd us the number of miles of pub
roads in this County?
)ot. The farmers are very blue over
poor proepects of the small gri
a crop and the bad stand of cott<
g- Those that planted eawly had to pha
vil over, and the late planting is doli
no good, but we need not expect
at to germinate wheni the wiAd blows
L. cool as it has for the past eight
vr. ten days.
Sugartown was well represented
wo Cross Roads the third Sunday fr<
his the number of vehicles which left h1
in that direction.
ed One of the oldest citizens of tl
in place says he worshipped at Cr<
Roads' third Sunday May meetin~
ty, over forty-five years ago, and it
they washed feet then and thinks
ol- should be practiced yet, whenever t
W. sacrament is taken; we are not w
enough posted on the scripture to
. whether it should be practiced or n
but there is one thing connected wi
foot washing, that I am acquaint
so with, and that is Mrs. --, (tha
the my wife you know,) talks pretty stc
rabout taking the poker to me if I
be tempt to go to bed without wa:
ap- ing mine.
I 5 Oer election for school trust<
*came off last Saturday. Messrs.
the C. Spencer, W. D. Garrison and S.
at- Jones were the choice of the patr(
'g and in our judgment a better sel
ck tion could not have been made,j
ed they are competent men, and v
ich work together for the best interest
fol- the school.
Ed. Nalley, our merchant, has ci
vo. right often to visit sick horses. I
rt, knowvs his business when he exam ir
a sick horse. Unsound corn v
life make a horse sick but few of us el
ack think about it.
by We noticed in Easley Progress tl
Esquire J. D. Sitton had had sey
by swarms of bees from -two colomi
T.hvns srb hs seven colonies a
ry.havn' ha aswarm since 1901,t
-find they are rich, with nice hor
en- this spring, so if you will stop I
.Editor, in passing through our toy
cn- will give you pan cakes with buti
" and honey.
T. If this don't drop into the wa
__basket you may hearjfrom us ag
one of these days.
.. Enrin Dysnennia Cur
six Mile News.
y Most of the farmers are done plant
a ing cotton and corn. There is more
corn planted in our section this year
. han has been for several years. If
it the farmers wonld take to raising
their own hog and hominy at home
d they woaild do better than to go to
c- the merchants in the spring give a
is mortgage and lien ou their crop, and
before it is made they have it all eat
d up. Paying from five to six dollars
ir for flour on time, and paying 12 to
3, 15 cents per pound for bacon won't
D do. We have just got to get a move
on us; if we don't, the dog is dead
, with us farmers, so let us put our
; shoulder to the wheel and push for
r Wheat is looking fine and has be
gun to head out.
r Strawberries make a fine desert for
t the midday meal.
s Look out, boys, May meetings are
Sat hand and the girls are busy baking
h cakes, and perhaps if you'll only be
. quite sly you may accidently get to
11 partake of them.
r Misses Mary Fendley and Mary
Trotter have returned from a visit to
r Oconee, where they have been visit
d ing their friend, Mrs. S. L. Richard
e Mr. and Mrs Eupha Cochran vis
i. 'ed the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
d James Durham, Saturday and. Sun
A. D. Mann is having his residence
The postoffice has been removed
rom W. P. Dickson's to C. W. Gar
Health of our section is very good
F. R. H. Holcombe has treated him
9 self to a fine horse.
A Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harper are vis
iting relatives and friends in Ander
e Born unto Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
r, Holcombe on the 5th instant, a fine
>n- 'I ., olden visited relatives
ryi tis. Mo n of last week.
- in this section M o n .;18 e toa a w , J -o e
hplh-ns 1c'.me inJ
ast She always has a warm w
M. Mauldin has a fine stand of col
ch B. Mauldin had potato slips se
ch out (.n the 6th inst. Who can bea
he that for this season?
- Henry Bowen, of Norris side trail
passes through this section often, oi
k. his way to the Dalton section lookinj
of after his saw mills. Lookout girk
,r H. B. is a "hustler."
h-. Fifth Sunday Meeting.
I?" There will be a meeting at Prater
id Creek Baptist church, embracing th
1g fifth S inday in May and Saturda
id, before, 1903. Preac.hing on Satu:
day at 10 o'clock, on Sunday at 1
on o'clock by Elder M. P. Matheny.
Query 1. Which is most importan
oar Saturday meetings or our Circi
ey lar business? Opened by W. E
n Bolding and J. C. Garrett.
er. Query 2. What is meant in Jude
ut General Ep'stle and 3d verse in ex
as5 horting them to earnestly conten<
for the faith which was once delivere<
to the Saints? Opened by J. E. Gi:
lespie and A. B. Riggins.
I Question box on hand. Everybod;
el is invited to come and especially th
ou brethren and sisters of sister churche
W. C. Seaborn,
les J.b. Garrett,
rk A. B. Riggins.
We Land For Sale.
- In less than on'e.half mile of th
h- corporate limits of the town of PicI
he ens; on which is a fine water powe
ds on Town Creek. Fine grove arouni
ire shoal and sikty or eighty acres of fin
on farming land. Pumpkintown, Peter
Creek, Eastatoe and Greenville road
rs crosses on head of shoal. Easy<
ht access. B. Holder,
.ds 12mtf. Pickens, 8. C.
is Notice to Stockhoiders.
>re The Central Roller Mill Co., wi
te, bold a meeting of the stockholders o
It the 9th of June 1903, at thetr offic<
he at Central, S. C., to determine tb
ty. question of increasing from $7,500t
>r- $20,000. F. B. Morgan, Pres.
ch R. G. Gaines. Sec. and Treas.
e Tee To Teachers.
- Teewill be an examination for teachei
c to be held at this place on Friday May the 22
E-xamination will begin at 9o'clock. A pplican
must furnish their own stationery.
he R. T'. Hallum, County Supt, Fducation.
To Mothers in Town.
Children who ara deliegte, feyerish and cro
Dg will get iminediate relief from Mother Qrai
:sweet Powders for Children. They cleanse i1
stmcact on the liver, making a sickly chil
as strongb and healtlhy. A certain cure for worm
sold by all druggists. 25c. sample free. A<
or dress. Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y.
This signature is on every box of the geni
1s Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
>ss to remed4y that enres a comd sa on0 as
_ Lt.E Reason Aftet
at Daughter Had Fre
sh quent Spasms.
.Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
S' Them Both.
ec F ~s evn sa specific for nervai4
drd. Itrmoe the cause and effect
ora speedy and permanent cure.
till "I feel it is my duty to let you know tha
of your medicines have cured my little girl o
nine, of spasms. She commenced having then
at the age of three. Our family doctor sai<
lls she would outgrow them but she did no1
Q We took her to another physician who sai<
her trouble was epileatic fits in a mild foru
ls He did her no good either. She was si
till uervous she could hardly walk. As I hat
ralready used Dr. Miles' Nervmne and foun<
r agood remedy for myself I commence<
giving it to my child. I gave her in all tes
iat bottles of the N'erne and one of the Bloo<
Purifier. That was over two years ago an<
en she has not had an attack since we com
e. menced the treatment. She is no longi
nd troubled with nervousness and we consid
her permanently cured. I enclose her pic
nt tre. My mpothlerin-aw lost hier reason arg
e was insane for three nonths from th.. effect
of La'Grippe. Six bottles of Dr. Miles' Ner
r. vne cured her. My sister b- also taken
rnl, for sick headache with good re.ults. WVe al
~er thank you very much for your good medi
cnes and kind advice. I don't t hink ther;
is any other medicine half so good. I sen<
ste my daughter's photograph so that you ma:
- ee what a sweet little girl lives out i
.Arkansas."-M1s. HANN~AM MAR'T
All druggists sell and guratee first bottli
r. Miles' Remedies. Send for free bool
P 1, Nrno and Heart Dseases. Addres
R. C. Carter
is offering the good people of Liberty and surrounding country
the best goods at the lowest prices. My customers are expe
tiencing a satisfied feeling and a saving of money such as can
not 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
1 waistings. Of DIMITIES, LAWNS, MUSLINS and
PERCALS I have a varied and beautiful assortment.
White Cotton Towels, 5c the pair.
Red Haikerchiefs, 5c for 2.
Dress or Work Shirt 25c each.
Overalls - 39 a pair.
Sweaters 25c each.
31b. can Standard brand Tomatoes at i i c.
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 $4-50 a barrell.
Hardware I claim to lead. Competition may howl
ad the procession. I have all kinds of tools
t1 utI jclipest to the very best and I am selling
~~t 45% c a lb.
First class steel plowt4e thout a joint 2c.
Guano Horns Tube in one
Red Ball Top Hames, 48c a pai
Georgia Ratchet Plow Stocks, 75c.
Swingle Trees i5c and 25c.
s I also have a big line of Buggy Shafts, Poles, Dash
Boards, Cushions, Post Diggers, Razors, Table and
Pocket Cutlery and all sorts of Trace and Wagon
j chains. Yours for trade.
R. C.CAR T ER,
THE CASH MERCHIANT.
At Shirley's Old Stand.. LIBERTY, S. C.
. . .UOUR . ..
Seiln Fonit 5ouSoS
Ice Cold Drinks at all Times.
Pickens Drug Company.
W. T. MOFALLi, 3. Mci). BRUCE,
* PICKENS BANK,.
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CA PIT AL, - - .$ 20,500.00.
- PROFITS, .- - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $100,055,29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management.
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS.
S H. A.RRgyJ.. STWR', c. M. BR'CE.
Telargest business in our history. Our Millinery and Dress Depart
methsbeen crowded from day to day. This shows that the people ap
preciate our efforts along this line and this has encouraged us to make
Igreater efforts. We have arranged to offer some special valuies for thie
next few weeks. Don't fail to see him.
Another shipment of the
"WHITE SEAL CLOT HING."
f- just arrived, so come in and select your suit
before the sizes are broken, you just as well buy a suit that fits, when it
jdoesn't cost any more.
A Big Line of
ST RAW H AT S,
.-and they are going fast. Come quick.
We have not neglected y wants in the Vehicle Line. A big line of
S....Buggies, Surreys, Wagons, etc...
sAnother car of the famous "ROOK HILL" to arrive soon. We like to
sell Rock Hill Buggies because they give satisfaction.
Our Hardware and Grocery Department is complete. 'Ye havn't space
-to tell you about it, Come to see us and we will make n interesting for
Syoyi. Yours truly,
PITC KE R S ..C.
UF iorlg Dijitui..
LOOKS AS IF A CYC0ONE0-..
HAD STRUCK TiHEWs,.
We have had the biggest clothing trade in the hx-hi
of our business and Spring has hardly come. We6
ordering more clothing every day. If you wantB8TYL,
FIT and QUALITY at the right price you will:ahWy
find it here.
We are Sole Agents for the Celebrated.
"Horse Shoe Brad" of Fin Oti
FOB MEN. There's None Better.j
Our line Shirts. Shoes, Hats and Gents Turnishing
Goods is more complete this Spring than ever before.
"Better and Better Day by Day" is our motto dn all
lines. Cheap shoddy goods are an abomination-the j
day has come when eyerybody wants and will have the
best goods. We have always been cranks on handling
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 havn't got
we will get it for you. Your patronge solicited. & t.
isfaction guaranteed. Yours truly,
Folger & Thornley,
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
PREPARE FOR WAR
IN TIME OF PEACE.
(; Grain Cradles.4A
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 examine our line.
We have a large stock of Terrill Sweeps,
one of the best sweeps made, almost any
- We also have the patent sweeps and
size wi that we are offering at a bargain
extra wing W F
qFrRi remember we
Wen in need of fruit - size for
have the very best jar made We
75c doz, Half gallon size for ..
also have extra tops and rubbers in abtin
(Flour ! Flour !'M"
,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 you money.
Bring us your chickens and eggs and buy
your goods where you can always count ce~
the price being right. Yours for trade,
A BIG LOT OF
'Fall and Winter Goods
at BARGAIN PRICES. Come at once and get choice as
price will move them and they won't last long.
Thanking those who have traded with me the past seaso;
and hope for a continuance of the- same, I am
JOH N F. H ARRIS
Great Bargainis in Laces!
and embroidery with insertions to match! A man who makes it~i a
business to scrape up bargains in goods sent me a lot of fine lacesem
broideries and insertions with instructions-"to sell"; that means as keng
as thiA lot lasts you can buy it for less than half the usual price; along 4
with the lot is some extra fiine lawns; were it not for the rediculotody..
low price he made on this I would ship it~ back. Several pieces organ
dies and other up to date dress goods; you will be interested in die
prices on this stuff. A few pairs very nice oxfords, hardly enough~ to '
mention, 45c. for your choice. Last year a house shipped me about - o
times as many cotton hoes as I bought; it is a good thing I kept thr -
as they are much higher. I can sell you cotton hoes for less than they
can be bought at wholesale, and still make a little profit, and I.
willing to do it.I
Produce always wanted.
T. D. H ARRIS.
We are always
Clad to see you
-buying the best
The best is the cheapest. It is economy to buy the be-d.
. We like to sell the best because the best always gives satisfae~tn
This applies 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, 0il Cloths,
and hundredsof other useful aiticles which we alwaysbaei
REMEMBER! Good goods cost but little me~a)
shoddy goods. Call in, look through our stock in it
lines and give us your valued business. Our stock is
plete in every way.